The project presented the results of the comparative study of socio-emotional conditions in the return to school in Sechura and Chulucanas.
The project presented the comparative study of socio-emotional conditions for the return to school of students from selected educational institutions in the area of the Local Education Management Unit Chulucanas and Sechura, the presentation was attended by various authorities as well as the directors of the Local Education Management Unit of Chulucanas and Sechura.
Harvard Citation: Ortiz, D. (2022) ‘Estudio Comparativo de condiciones Socioemocionales para el Retorno a Clases’ [PDF]. Available at: https://elninophenomenon.wp.st- andrews.ac.uk/files/2022/08/Darwin-presentation.pdf
The Principal Investigator of the project Nina Laurie presented for the Scottish Fisheries Museum.
The project PI Nina Laurie made a presentation for the “When It Rains, We Harvest” exhibition in the Scottish Fisheries Museum where she presented a summary of the activities done by the “Phenomenon with opportunities” project
Harvard Citation: Laurie, N. (2022). ‘Lagoon Feast: Fishing in the Sechura Desert’ [YouTube]. Presentation for the Scottish Fisheries Museum. Available at: Principal Investigator Nina Laurie presentation for the Scottish Fisheries Museum
Socialisation of FENCO project results in Sechura.
Members of the project research team Iván Gomez and Evelyn Inguil shared the results of the FENCO project in the villages of Mala Vida and Cerritos, this presentation was carried out with the support of UDEP through Isabella Zapata with the support of Engineer Rodolfo Rodrigues and Roxana Fernández.
Harvard Citations: Inguil, E. (2022) ‘ Resultados Agricultura y Ganaderia’ [PDF]. Socialization of FENCO project Results in Sechura. Available at: https://elninophenomenon.wp.st- andrews.ac.uk/files/2022/06/Ppt-Evelyn-Inguil.pdf
Zapata, I. (2022). ‘Variabilidad Climatica de la Provincia de Sechura Impacto en las Actividades Productias’ [PDF]. Socialization of FENCO project Results in Sechura. Available at: https://elninophenomenon.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk/files/2022/06/Ppt-Isabella-Zapata.pdf
Gomez, I. (2022) ‘Fenomeno el Nino: Impacto en Actividades Agricolas y Pesqueras en Sechura’ [PDF]. Socialization of FENCO project Results in Sechura. Available at: https://elninophenomenon.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk/files/2022/06/Ppt-Ivan-Gomez.pdf
Workshop on Strengthening Competences in Contextualised Learning Projects
The Phenomenon with Opportunities project held a workshop with the objective of socialising the integrated learning projects and digital resources on the El Niño phenomenon that the project developed and implemented in the Daniel Alcides Carrión school, with teachers belonging to the UGEL Sechura.
Harvard Citation: Palacios, N. (2021) ‘Strengthening Competences in Contextualized learning Projects’. Workshop with Phenomenon of Opportunities Project, Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=44GVZSrpaD0
Virtual Fair “Reconstructing the ancestral knowledge of my community”.
The virtual fair “Reconstructing the knowledge of my community” was carried out in the framework of the project “Phenomenon with opportunities” where students and teachers of the Daniel Alcides Carrión school presented the projects they designed to take advantage of the El Niño phenomenon.
Harvard Citation: Phenomenon of Opportunities Project (2021) ‘Reconstructing the Ancestral Knowledge of my Community’ [YouTube] Virtual Fair. Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=trJaPV7B700
Project PI presented the project in a COP26 conference
The Principal Investigator of the project Nina Laurie, presented the project in the The Critical Role of Arts, Culture, and Heritage in Building Food and Agricultural Resilience conference as part of the COP26 set of conferences.
Harvard Citation: Laurie, N. (2021). ‘ Fishing and Farming in the Desert?‘. [YouTube]. The Cultural Role of Arts, Culture, and Heritage in Building Food and Agriculture Resilience. Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2HWXmGPlGLs&t=1117s
Presentation of preliminary results of thesis students from UDEP participating in the project.
Thesis students of the university of Piura, Alexa Correa, Isabella Zapata and Nohelia Palacios presented their preliminary findings of the research that they are doing regarding the study of the people of Sechura in the context of El Niño phenomenon through vice-royal and republican history. And also regarding the statistical analysis and impacts of the climate variability in the fishing and farming in Sechura.
Harvard Citation: Zapata, I. Palacios, N. (2021) ‘Registros Climaticos de la Regionn Piura’ [Youtube]. Presentation of Thesis Advances by UDEP thesis students for FENCO project. Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAZcbKbVDLU
Correa, A. (2021) ‘Las Poblaciones Del Desierto De Sechura Frente al Fenomeno “El Nino” a traves de la Historia Virreinal y Republicana: Retos, Oportunidades y Desafios” [YouTube]. Presentation of Thesis Advances by UDEP thesis students for FENCO project. Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAZcbKbVDLU
The second phase of the phenomenon with opportunities project was presented by PRISMA
The NGO PRISMA, a partner of the project, through Amanda Valdez and Maria Carmen Palacios presented the second phase of the project at the global challenges forum (GCRF) organized by the University of St Andrews.
Harvard Citations: Laurie, N. Valdez Salinas, A. Carmen Palacios, M. (2021) ‘El Nino a phenomenon with Opportunities: Learning History and valuing Community Assets for Empowering Digital Curriculum in Northern Peru’ [YouTube]. St. Andrews Global Challenges Forum. Available at: youtube.com/watch?v=gUJ3iep5M0M
Farming and fishing in the desert project presentation
The Foundation for the Agricultural Development (FDA), a partner of the project, presented its final report on the work carried out in the framework of the activities developed by the project “Fisheries and Agriculture in the Desert”.
Harvard Citation: The Foundation for Agricultural Development. (2021). The Impact of the El Nino Phenomenon on Fishing, Agriculture and Livestock Activity in the Sechura Desert. Available at: https://elninophenomenon.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk/files/2022/02/Fina-Report.pdf
Farming and fishing in the desert project presentation
Different members of the research team of the¨Farming and fishing in the desert¨ Project presented various parts of the project in the “Changing Livelihoods Global Conversation” webinar organised by the GCRF culture hub with the participation of presenters from St. Andrews, Tanzania and Peru.
Harvard Citation: Sanseverio, T. (2021). ‘Investigating the Impacts of El Nino on Agriculture Productivity with Remote Sensing in Piura, Peru’. [YouTube]. Changing Livelihoods Global Conversation” webinar, GCRF culture hub. Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=3tq_s9G8fzI
Gomez, I. (2021). ‘Phenomenon of El Nino: Impact of Agriculture and Fishing in Sechura’. [YouTube]. Changing Livelihoods Global Conversation” webinar, GCRF culture hub. Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3tq_s9G8fzI
Calle, O. (2021). ‘El Nino Database’. [YouTube]. Changing Livelihoods Global Conversation” webinar, GCRF culture hub. Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=3tq_s9G8fzI
Bell, I. (2021). ‘Phenomenon of opportunities?: El Nino and Education for Disaster Resilience in Peru’. [YouTube]. Changing Livelihoods Global Conversation” webinar, GCRF culture hub. Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3tq_s9G8fzI
Presentation of the project Learning history and valuing community assets for an empowering digital curriculum in northern Peru
The project “Learning history and valuing community assets for an empowering digital curriculum in northern Peru” was presented in a ceremony that included the presence of the research group as well as allies from Scotland and Peru.
Harvard Citation: FENCO Project (2022). Presentation of the second phase of the phenomenon of opportunities project. [YouTube] FENCO phase 2 presentation. Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6lDSvzeUrZw
Certificates and diplomas ceremony for members of the Daniel Alcidez Carrión school an quick presentation of the second part of the project.
On March 10, the diplomas and certificates of participation were delivered to the participants of the FENCO 1 project belonging to the Daniel Alcidez Carrion School, this ceremony had the participation of the members of the research team, teachers of the educational Institution and the director of UGEL Sechura. Likewise, there was a quick presentation of the second part of the project that expands on this successful experience.
Harvard Citation: Calle, O. Icanaque, N. Laurie, N. more names. (2022). ‘FENCO Phase 1 Certificate Delivery Ceremony’. [YouTube]. Certificates and diplomas ceremony for members of the Daniel Alcidez Carrión school. Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=ZRrQcsaRqgw
Farming and fishing in the desert project presentation
¨Farming and fishing in the desert¨project coordinator and a project partner presented an overview of the project in the first ‘South-South’ Conversation on Climate Change and Coastal Communities organised by the GCRF Cultural Heritage Hub Project that also featured the presentations of projects in Tanzania and Costa Rica
Harvard Citation: Calle, O. (2021). ‘Farming and Fishing in the Desert’ [YouTube]. ‘South-South’ Conversation on Climate Change and Coastal Communities, GCRF Cultural Heritage Hub Project. Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4eINxKoR34
Presentation by a teacher from IE Daniel Alcides Carrión as part of the activities carried out as a winner of the National Competition for Educational Innovation Projects 2020.
The teacher of the Daniel Alcides Carrion Educational Institution, Nancy Icanaque, presented the oral histories part of the project at an international virtual conference where several successful projects from South America received recognition, this because she was the winner of the National Contest of Educational Innovation Projects 2020.
Harvard Citation: Icanaque, N. (2020). ‘ Daniel Alcides Carrion Educational Institution teacher: Nancy Icanaque’ [YouTube]. ‘Educational Innovation Projects 2020: FONDEP. Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNuF1V0LYRs
St Andrews University and CIPCA Presented a joint publication based on the project about return migration due to Covid 19 with the participation of the, Farming and fishing on the desert, Principal Investigator Nina Laurie.
Harvard Citation: Burneo, M. Trelles, A. (2020). Return Migration in the Alto Piura Region in the Context of the Covid 19 Pandemic. First Edition. Piura: Centro de Investigación y Promoción del Campesinado and the University of St. Andrews. Available at: https://elninophenomenon.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk/files/2022/02/Return-Migration.pdf
Presentation to Asociacion Cultural San Jeronimo workshop “Maestros que Innovan, Transforman el Peru”
Daniel Alcides Carrion teacher Nancy Icanaque gave a presentation in the “Teachers that innovate and transform Peru” workshop organised by the San Jeronimo cultural association. The invitation followed the award to Nancy Icanaque of a regional education innovation prize from the Sechura School board (UGEL) for the innovation of a digital on line curriculum on story telling around El Niño for secondary students in the Daniel Alcides Carrión school, which was part of the inter-generational oral history methods in the project.
Harvard Citation: Icanaque, N. (2020) ‘Teachers that innovate and transform Peru’ [PDF]. San Jeronimo Cultural Association. Available at: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1oYSGrMR2Vp5Mv- t5fhPsmxvAO02AGboH/view
Project PI Nina Laurie presentation for the RGS
Professor Nina Laurie made a presentation for the Royal Geographical Society of current research that has been happening in the north of Peru, she also presented the El Niño project and the parts that conform it along with the work that has been done.
Harvard Citation: Laurie, N. (2020) ‘Untold Stories from Northern Peru’ [YouTube]. Royal Geographical Society with IBG. Available at: https://elninophenomenon.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk/talks-and- presentations/
- Laurie, N., Henderson, A. & Morellón Marteles, M.(2015) ‘Questioning el Niño disaster narratives: sediment episodes, archives and community stories from Northern Peru’. Paper presented at the Royal Geographical Society (with the IBG) Annual Conference 1-4th September 2015: London.
- Laurie N. (2019) ‘Fishing and farming in the desert? Understanding the impact of El Niño on marginal communities in northern Peru’. Poster: St Andrews Global Challenges Forum GCRF Showcase Event. https://impact.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk/fishing-and-farming-in-the-desert/.
- Laurie, N. (2020) ‘Untold stories from northern Peru’. Monday Night Lecture Royal Geographical Society: Rural development paths and development assistance: progress in the Asian countryside and threats to rural livelihoods in Peru post-Covid-19.11th Oct. 2020: RGS: London.