Fany González, the first current contact of Cooperation Circle (URI member group) Mukua, is the daughter of former Global Councilor Fany Ávila, who died last year. Fany produced a collage of photos that reflect the path traveled for many years by the Kuna people and their worldview within the inter-religious and intercultural network that has been fostered over the 20 years of URI's existence.
In Fany's words, "Uri came to our indigenous community because my mother showed us the path of unity that she learned with all the brothers in the region and her teachings will always live in us as her legacy."
At CC Mukua we are very happy for this anniversary of URI and we are proud to be part of this great world family that promotes cooperation between human beings and creates cultures of peace, justice and healing for the Earth and for all living beings. In our CC we work for the education of girls, the maintenance of our Kuna culture and love for the planet.