Holy Week (Semana Santa) is upon us once again, a time when many Dominicans and foreign tourists visit Miches to enjoy and discover the natural wonders that this beautiful municipality has to offer.
How You Can Contribute To The Preservation Of Our Beaches
Teachers of Miches Participated in 512 Congress: "The Innovative Power of the Teacher" 2019
This past weekend we supported 512 Congress: "The Innovative Power of the Teacher", where 11 individuals from Miches participated in the event, including educators, guidance counselors and coordinators for the educational centers of La Gina, TV Centro La Gina and La Culebra.
We Support the Cultural Creativity of Miches Displayed in its Carnival
As part of Fundacion Tropicalia’s Sociocultural Advocacy program area, members of the foundation accompanied the community in its celebration of one of the most picturesque and colorful festivals, the traditional Carnival of Miches.
Girls of Miches Will Be Future Leaders of the Dominican Republic
In celebration of International Women's Day, we are proud to present Priscila Peña and Yaysi Díaz, the two young women who will participate as representatives of the El Seibo province in the Future Leaders Summit of the Dominican Republic, organized by the Embassy of Canada.
Fundación Tropicalia Values International Collaboration to Expand Development Opportunities
At Fundación Tropicalia we are convinced there is extensive value in international collaboration to expand development opportunities for the communities we work with, and for this reason, we approached the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA) to request the assignment of one of their Japanese program volunteers to collaborate with us in Miches (JICA).
“Other Than Education and Culture, What Else Are you Offering?” The Story of Fundación Tropicalia’s 10 Years in Miches
For the past 10 years, Fundación Tropicalia has been working in the community of Miches, Dominican Republic, supporting the environmental and socioeconomic development of the region, working alongside international organizations, the public and private sectors, academia and civil society organizations.
Who says that girls don’t like science?
UNESCO statistics reveal that only 30% of women around the world choose higher education in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Globally, female student enrollment is particularly low in with a mere 3% in data sciences and technology, 5% in natural sciences, mathematics and statistics, and 8% in engineering, manufacturing and construction.
Miches works for its cultural and environmental sustainability
This year's efforts to enhance the value of the unique beaches of the municipality of Miches have been an example of integration and empowerment.
Creating opportunities with the scholarship program
Since 2011, Fundación Tropicalia and Universidad ISA (UISA) have shared the same vision, offering opportunities for young talents in the province of El Seibo to better themselves. This is how the scholarship program that fosters inclusion in higher education and cultural exchange is born.
We fullfilled our project for supply chain inclusion in Miches
The project “Inclusion of Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) in the Sustainable Tourism Supply Chain in Miches” has been implemented since 2013 by Fundación Tropicalia in partnership with the Multilateral Investment Fund of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB/MIF) with a global investment of almost a million dollars.
Motivational talks to promote leadership in Miches
This initiative, led by Fundación Tropicalia in partnership with the Multilateral Investment Fund of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB / MIF), seeks to empower local producers and entrepreneurs.
The Condition of Girls in the Dominican Republic
Did you know the Dominican Republic is the 5th country in Latin America and the Caribbean with the highest teen pregnancy rate? And did you know 44% of teenage school dropouts are a result of early pregnancy? In 2016, more than 790,000 (37%) of Dominican girls were married before reaching the age of 18.
Meet our new Ambassadors Network in favor of girls
Once again we come together to help the girls of Miches with the 2017 edition of “Soy niña, soy importante” (SNSI) or “I’m a Girl, I’m Important” summer camp, with the mission of offering at-risk girls 9 to 12 years old a fun, safe and educational experience.
We celebrated the 8th edition of the PRyME celebration with the educational community
On January 28, we hosted the annual celebration of our School Renovation and Maintenance Program (PRyME) with more than 300 guests from the Miches school community - teachers, principals, community members, etc. - Educational District 12-04, local authorities and the Ministry of Education (MINERD).
We signed a collaboration agreement with UNIBE
Fundación Tropicalia and private university “Universidad Iberoamericana” (also known as UNIBE) signed an agreement to promote collaboration between the two institutions through programs aimed at contributing to the social development of Miches.
Fundación Tropicalia Honored by Global Tourism Agency
Fundación Tropicalia was honored by the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) at the agency’s 13th UNTWO Awards ceremony held at the International Tourism Trade Fair in Madrid.
Prestigious institutions recognize our work in 2016
In 2016, Fundación Tropicalia has been honored on four occasions by prestigious organizations, both for its global work and for its programs.
We continue to move forward with COOPROMI in 2016
2016 has been a year full of progress and positive news for COOPROMI (Cooperative of production, work and multiple services of Miches).
In-school programs for students in Miches
Each year, Fundación Tropicalia runs a supplementary activities program in Miches public schools to support students’ interests in and aptitude for the arts and critical and creative thinking.
We continue to increase our rescue efforts of Miches coasts
Fundación Tropicalia has continued its support, awareness and conservation efforts of the coasts and beaches of Miches with multiple actions, as part of their work of its Environment area.
This month Fundación Tropicalia hosted specialized workshops for the associations of agricultural producers Juan Pablo Duarte and La Esperanza, two organizations working with Fundación Tropicalia and USAID/RED in the greenhouse initiative in Miches.
During the months of July and August, Fundación Tropicalia will hold "I'm a Girl, I'm important", a summer camp aimed at girls aged 9-12 years, whose purpose is to promote a fun, safe and educational space, where they learn their rights and can exercise their role of being girls.