Fundación Pachacútec and the Aiala School of Hospitality of Spain strengthen cooperation ties

These agreements are given in the framework of strengthening relations with international institutions

Continuing with our cooperation project, the Director of Cooperation of the Provincial Council, Fernando San Martín, and Raúl González, director of the Aiala de Zarautz hospitality school, presented the contribution they have been making to the Pachacútec Foundation. In addition, our graduate Kelly Florcita Santa Cruz was also present at the presentation of the initiative. She is a fellow of the hotel restaurant Karlos Arguiñano, where she will make a specialization as a prize for having been the best academically of her promotion at the Pachacútec Cooking School.

The Director of Cooperation stressed that “with Gipuzkoa Coopera we are working to increase the cooperative muscle and achieve a more active involvement of citizens, our companies and all economic, social and cultural agents, in a task that concerns us all : build a more just and supportive world ”.

Gipuzkoa Coopera is a project launched by the Diputación in 2017 and which aims to boost Development Cooperation by extending them to unconventional entities in cooperation but which have a large overlap in the Gipuzkoan territory and beyond. One of these projects is the one developed by the Aiala hospitality school.

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Fundación Pachacútec and LATAM Airlines Peru presented “Flying Cooks” program in Jauja that will promote gastronomic culture

With the aim of spreading and promoting the gastronomic culture, LATAM Airlines Peru presented in Jauja the Social Responsibility program “Flying Cooks”, which seeks to contribute, through gastronomy, to the development of Sustainable Tourism and contribute to well-being and health of the communities where the airline operates.

In addition to benefiting two young people with comprehensive scholarships, the community of the chosen student will also be favored, because it will be carried out for two and a half years “Gastrosalud”, which aims to evaluate and provide treatment to students in the first grade of the school where the winner comes from, in order to eradicate anemia and malnutrition. Also, talks on sustainable food will be provided.

“It is a satisfaction and pride for us to support young people with a talent for gastronomy and allow their dreams to be fulfilled, in addition the students will become ambassadors of the various flavors that Peru offers to the world. We will also directly and indirectly benefit 37,890 people, in 9 communities by 2021, ”said Tejada.

Every time to specify that every year there will be 3 editions of “Flying Cooks” in the areas where we operate, it started in Jaén in May, now we are presenting it in Jauja and later it will be in Ayacucho.

For his part, Pancorvo explained that the Foundation is an organization that transforms lives by providing quality education and integral human formation, based on a joint effort between the Church, the State, companies, civil society and international cooperation.

Young people who have a passion for gastronomy can send an email to with its complete data (names and surnames, ID, date of birth, email and telephone number), in addition to requesting more information, you can contact the UGEL Secretariat of Management of Jauja, located at Jr. Atahualpa N ° 990 from Monday to Friday from 8:00 am at 1:00 p.m. and from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. and on Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. at 1:00 p.m or at the office of the Directorate of your school.