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Höség: Thayat jark'aqt'asiñatak yanapt'asiwi

Categoria-naka: Latin America, Perú, Citizen Media, Humanitarian Response, Ideas
Mirador de los Andes. Imagen en Flickr del usuario Boris G (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0).

Mirador de los Andes. Imagen en Flickr del usuario Boris G [1] (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0).

Höség ukax húngara aruwa, ukax junt'u sañ muni, ukatwa yanapt'asiñ amuyump khaysa altoandinas del Perú uksan wawanakar isinak churañatak amtata.”.

Warm and functional. Thought on the needs of children who live over 9800 f.a.s.l. Waterproof and windproof. With fiberfill and fleece lining to keep warm but also comfortable. Hood, elastic cuffs and high collar neck to keep the cold out.
Coral color inspired by cochinilla, a natural dye from the Peruvian Andes, making it visible from a distance.
A happy jacket for kids between 0 and 16 years.
A jacket designed with love.

Isinakax kawkir wawanakati khaysa 3,000 msnm uksan jakasipki ukanakatakiw lurata. Uksax wali thayawa ukat uka isinakax wali thurunakaw junt'itukiñapataki.
Cochinilla, ukan samipamp saminchatawa,wali qhan uñt'tkaya.
Mä awrijux 0 ukat 16 maran wawanakar kusisipxañapatakiwa.
Mä awrijux wali munasiñamp luratawa.

Hösėg [2] jupan amuyupax qhan amuykayawa, kasaka ukat chumpa alatanakax [3] Perú uksan jakasir wawanakar churañatakiwaaka amuyux [4] Juan Carlos Sznak, jupan amuyupawa:

Nuestro mensaje a los niños cuando le entregamos las casacas va más allá del simple hecho de abrigar, es darles calor humano.

Kasakas ukanak churasax janiw isthapiyañ amuyukiti, jan ukasti jupanakampis jakasksa ukhamawa.

Sznakjupapuniw jilanakapamp chikt'at uka awrijunak churi.