A project with similar aims to that of Ulwazi:
The documentary Ñukanchik (Us in English), produced in the framework of the project, addressed issues of indigenous expression, discrimination and cultural identity.
In addition, APAK received a fully equipped audio-visual studio, which will allow its members to film, edit and post-produce content using the latest technology. UNESCO expects that this will significantly contribute to the sustainability of the Kichwa community’s communication capacities.
APAK is the only indigenous Kichwa association in Ecuador that produces audiovisual media content. Through such content, reflecting local realities, APAK aims to create channels for free and pluralistic expression that would strengthen and revitalise the Kichwa cultural identity. The Association is currently working on the distribution of its productions on a national scale and has the goal to expand internationally.