PACKING OKAMA
Unidad de victimas , Alcaldia de Pereira , Alcaldia de la Virginia
Technical advice for the strengthening of the indigenous artisanal sector
Poyecto Embera Chami
Pereira-Risaralda-Colombia

The indigenous people were trained in topics that they favored by strengthening the technical and operational capacities of the beneficiaries through exercises and lectures where the community and the counselor participated and built knowledge.
For the indigenous people, one of the most important ways of learning derives from doing, since it is there where they learn the artisanal trade of costume jewelery; for that reason, the exercises proposed in the training allowed the indigenous people to learn in the knowledge imparted.

In the activities planned during the trainings, some leaders of the community were told about their successes and their mistakes when undertaking, in order to show the artisans who were starting with their workshops the benefits of formalizing their business ideas . For some indigenous artisans, listening to the Taitas out loud made them aware of the importance of strengthening their productive unit.
We also have the design and development of packaging for traditional products for the community, which were the result of requirements and determinants that the Indians wanted to see represented in the packaging that would allow a correct display and marketing of their products.

This was a great advance for the community since in the past there was no type of packaging designed for a product developed by the Embera Chami artisan community. For this purpose, they elaborated different prototypes that were tested in finished craft products, in order to be put to the test in real contexts.
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Packing
Transportation and exhibition system for a neo artisan product developed in imitation jewelery from the Embera Chamí indigenous community, which allows to have a visual improvement on vertical surfaces since it manages to exalt the geometries of the Okama through a contrast with the ecological carton No 18 .
The indigenous artisan fair of the Embera Chami ethnic group, It was a commercial space where artisans could show to the trade and to the citizens of Pereira, the way in which they were formalizing their productive units which by tradition generated a negative perception on the part of consumers, since they usually sold their products on the street.
Expoartesanias  2017 - Bogota -  Colombia
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