Reduce deforestation in communities through the proper use of the improved stove or adequate industrial equipment in the school kitchen.
Train the community on the management and conservation of the environment and the correct use of the kitchen and its components.
Optimize the use of the school kitchen.
Strengthen the communities, through educational training, so that they participate responsibly and actively in the development and execution of the project.
Through the alliance between the Wayuu Taya Foundation and Chef José Andrés and its Central Kitchen Foundation, and the Aid Live Foundation with the Clinton Foundation and Giustra Enterprise Partnership, support the implementation of weekly food programs for Wayuu children in a total of 4 schools and 8 communities, covering a total of 2,650 low-income children and adolescents.