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 celebrated the 8th edition of the PRyME celebration with the educational community
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.
I’m a Girl, I’m Important (Soy niña, soy importante) draws to a close
During the months of July and August we celebrated the fourth edition of “Soy niña,
soy importante” (SNSI) or I’m a girl, I’m Important all-girls summer day camp. This year we were able to meet our goal yet again - 250 girls ages 9-12 from Miches had the summer of their lives!
¡Miches, sí!, a business program oriented to sustainable tourism
As part of our project 'Inclusion of the Micro and Small Enterprise into the Sustainable Tourism Supply Chain in Miches', we have developed ¡Miches, sí! (or “Miches, Yes!”): a business program focused on strengthening local business and supporting new ventures that cater to tourism and agricultural sustainability.
Empowering girls in Dominican Republic through annual "Soy niña, soy importante" summer camp
Fundación Tropicalia launches its 2016 summer program for girls called “Soy Niña, Soy Importante” (SNSI: ‘I’m a Girl, I’m Important’) in the developing community of Miches. The camp provides a safe, educational and fun environment in an effort to teach at-risk 9-12 years old girls about healthy living and personal and career development.
'GLORIA', an Art Exhibition on Experiences Dominican Women Face
A portion of the proceeds received from art pieces sold will be used to support SNSI (“I’m a Girl, I’m Important”), a summer camp for girls living in vulnerable environments in Miches.
Eight years of driving sustainable development in Miches
Throughout our eight years of work in Miches, we have developed multiple projects around four key areas: the environment, socio-cultural advocacy, productivity and education. Here are a few infographics that show, for each area, the results and achievements of our work.
Easter: Costa Esmeralda prepares to welcome visitors
Fundación Tropicalia, in coordination with local authorities, the Ministry of Environment, the Municipal District of El Cedro and Miches' Government, carried out the Costa Esmeralda Beach Rescue project, one of the programs developed within our area of Environment and whose mission is the maintenance and conservation of the beach, as well as promote compliance with environmental regulations.
IDB/MIF Updates: First shipment of Miches' ginger to Merca Santo Domingo
Through our project 'Inclusion of Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) in the Sustainable Tourism Supply Chain in Miches', we support a group of thirty-two local producers involved in the cultivation of ginger in the municipality. After ten months of productive work, last week we sent our first shipment of ginger for commercialization in Santo Domingo’s Market.
Tropicalia Begins and Our Commitment to Miches Remains Firm
Fundación Tropicalia will continue to do as we’ve done for the past eight years, we will work to promote the sustainable socio-economic development of Miches and its population; working with the community to make them the protagonists of their own change and leaders of their own progress.
Tropicalia: Sustainable Luxury Travel Redefined
It is with great pride and joy that we celebrate this moment as today marks the beginning of Tropicalia’s journey in becoming an emblem of sustainable luxury tourism throughout the world.
PRyME Celebrates its 7th Anniversary
Over 150 people attended the 7th edition of the PRyME party hosted by Fundación Tropicalia in Miches.
The Christmas Hope
Christmas is here and with it comes a time filled with hope, joy and peace. It is a special time of closeness and sharing with friends and family to feed and strengthen the bonds of love and friendship. So these days, we must let ourselves be spread by the feeling of solidarity and understanding, forgiveness, affection and love, especially to those most in need.
“I’m a Girl, I’m Important” of Summer 2015 a Success!
Fundación Tropicalia is extremely thrilled to report another successful summer of three sessions of the “I’m a Girl, I’m Important” summer camp.
What do the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals Mean for Business?
On August 2nd the United Nations’ 193 Member States agreed to an ambitious agenda comprised of 17 new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), or Global Goals, that will mark the development agenda through the year 2030.
Fundación Tropicalia hosted its first workshops for beneficiaries of the IDB/MIF project for the Inclusion of Micro and Small Business in the Sustainable Tourism Supply Chain in Miches.
As the summer dwindles down and the kids get ready to go back to school, we say good-bye to another wonderful summer and the successful completion of the “Soy Niña, Soy Importante” (SNSI) or “I’m a Girl, I’m Important” summer camp.