"Walking together through America"

The 3rd. Interamerican Scout Moot educative proposal is based on the development of the Inca Empire

Inca Empire was the more extense in Pre-Columbian America’s history. The territory was named Tahuantinsuyo (from Quechua "the four regions or divisions: Chinchaysuyo, Collasuyo, Contisuyo and Antisuyo”), grew in the Andean zone of the continent between 15th and 16th century, as result of the Inca civilization. Was near 2 millions of square kilometers from Pacific Ocean to the Amazon rain forest.

The base of the social organization on the Inca Empire was colectivism, supremacy of the group over the individual; the man has value as a component of the group.

Economy was based on agriculture with common lands. Each family has land to cultivate and feed themselves. Bigger families received more land. The way to work the land was the "minka", they help each other with agricultural tasks.

When some villages of the Empire could not afford its basic needs due poor harvest or other catastrophees in that region, the Inca State redistribuite part of the food, prime material and other products previously stored.

In Tahuantinsuyo there was a route called in Quechua: Qhapaq Ñan, a very long distance road system, relating important cities from coast and sierra (Andes). It was created based on two longitudinal axis: from mountain sector and coast sector. The total lenght of the system was over the 30000 kilometers, and for the main road around 5200 km. of lenght. All the roads were connected to Cusco, capital of Tahuantinsuyo or Inca Empire, providing communication with the different annexed communities as part of the Inca expansion, at the same time, were an effective way to integrate administrative, political, socio-economic and cultural.

 

Location: Chocco, Cusco - Peru

A Rural Community with 460 years of foundation

Old testimonies show that in the Ayllu Choccobamba are descendants of the Q'aqac Qosqos, Rau rahuas y Anahuarques, main descents of the ninth lord of the reigns, the great Pachaqutec Inca and his Qoya Mama Anahuarque.

 

District: Santiago
Province: Cusco
Region: Cusco
Elevation: 3452 m.a.s.l.
Clasification: Rural
Houses: 79 aprox.

Location Map

 

Additional Information

 

Piedra de los Doce Ángulos

Twelve Angle Stone

Is an archeological artefact in Cusco at Hatun Rumiyoc street. It was part of a stone wall of an Inca palace, and is considered to be a national heritage object. The stone is currently part of a wall of the Palace of the Archbishop of Cusco. In the past it was the residence of Inca Roca, the sixth "curaca" of Cusco. Used in this logo to represent prefection, gigantic Inca constructions and the ancient history of this part of America.

 

A program based on the cultural richness of an
Ancient Civilization

The Qhapaq Ñan or Inca Road, is a symbol of the integration of the people, collective work, solidarity, cultural exchange, search and discovery. This way, the programme of the 3rd. Interamerican Scout Moot will be expression of an educational proposal based on these principles and a space for personal development, live according to Scouting Method, celebrate cultural diversity, to strengthen the movement values and commitment... and contribute in creating a better world!

Program Activities

• Experimental tourism
• Adventure sports
• Via Ferrata
• Rafting
• Zipline
• Trekking
• Mountain bike
• Climbing
• Kayak
• City Tour

 

Registration and Fees

In order to encourage the participation of a greater number of young people, a program of split payments has been established, these payments have indefectible closing dates. The payment includes transfers from the airport of Cusco and the bus station to the places of reception and from there to the place of the event and vice versa. Event kits are also included, alimentation from the dinner of July 27th, until the breakfast of August 5th.

Pre-Registration

In order to ensure its participation quota, the organization is contemplating a pre-registration period for all those who do not finish their enrollment in the first payment period.

Each contingent will be able to pre-register a participant at a cost of $50.00 ( fifty american dollars) for each individual.

• Pre-registration does not require confirmation of participant’s name, only quantity.
• Contingents that pre-register a number of participants will be securing the corresponding quotas.
• The pre-registration fee is also a payment of the total of each registration.
• The pre-registration fee is non-refundable.
• The pre-registration deadline will be between February 1st. and April 30th, 2017.
• To pre-register, you must complete the form that will be published and follow the same procedure for payment.

 

 

According with the 3/16 resolution adopted by the 26th Interamerican Scout Conference, participation fees includes all charging bank fees from Peru. Bank charges generated by sending the participation fees to Peru through the banking system must be assume by the country of origin. *Prices in American Dollars.
 

Participants

The 3rd. Interamerican Scout Moot Scout is an event for young adult scouts between 18 and 25 years old (by the beginning of the event). Both Men and women should be members of a National Scout Organization affiliated to WOSM.

Participants Age: Between 18 and 25 years.

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