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Suyay There are 3 products.

The name, hope in Quetchua, perfectly defines the meaning of this bracelet, created in order to collect funds for the Ancon Homes project in Peru, linked to the Trinitarian nuns and dedicated to promoting the integral development of children, young people, women and their families. 

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The name, hope in Quetchua, perfectly defines the meaning of this bracelet, created in order to collect funds for the Ancon Homes project in Peru, linked to the Trinitarian nuns and dedicated to promoting the integral development of children, young people, women and their families. 

Do you want to know more about this solidarity project?

Would you like to know more about this solidary project?

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90.00 €
Suyay, hope in Quetchua defines the solidarity project of this bracelet, created to collect funds for the project Hogares de Ancon, in Peru. It is inspired by the Templar cross, a symbol of the Trinitarian nuns, as well as in Inca motifs.

40.00 €
Suyay, hope in Quetchua defines the solidarity project of this bracelet, created to collect funds for the project Hogares de Ancon, in Peru. It is inspired by the Templar cross, a symbol of the Trinitarian nuns, as well as in Inca motifs.

85.00 €
Suyay, hope in Quetchua defines the solidarity project of this bracelet, created to collect funds for the project Hogares de Ancon, in Peru. It is inspired by the Templar cross, a symbol of the Trinitarian nuns, as well as in Inca motifs.