What’s in a Name?

Sinchi is a *Quechuan word. Its signifies strength, courage and leadership. This represents the core values of the organisation; that is the strength to stand up for what is right and the courage to take action, against injustices.

* Quechua is the name of the people and language spoken by up to 11 million people in Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia and Argentina. It is also known as Runa Simi (The People’s Language). It is the most widely spoken indigenous language in the Americas.

Photo; Quechuan woman and child, via wikipedia