TRIBA del SOL - IKI.XI YAKU TAN-I Embassy & Biocultural Reserve is an IUCN Category IV Conservation Community designed to satisfy the need to socially acclimate & mobilize the IKI.XI YAKU TAN-I and allied indigenous traditional communities of Belize toward leadership in sustainability education engineering development & science (SEEDS) solutions that proliferate inter-generational prosperity. The primary aim of the TRIBA del SOL community is to function as a cultural exchange and “living laboratory” that serves as a fully integrated & replicable model for the advancement of indigenous, leadership in community conservation, environmental security, human rights, holistic wellness, etc. TRIBA del SOL resources and capacity building efforts are also focused on increasing the capacities of indigenous women as first teachers of their societies and developing indigenous youth beyond the stigmas of indigence & marginalization.
TRIBA del SOL uses sustainable social entrepreneurship modeling to explicitly engage it's stakeholders & beneficiaries in the Global Tourism Industry's (GTI) specialized tourism exchange. GTI economic impact currently outpaces key global sectors (i.e. communication, financial & business services, manufacturing & retail) and generates 11.4% of global GDP ($ 9.9 trillion in 2018).
The TRIBA del SOL community recognizes the value of our Indigenous Biocultural heritage including our respective antiquities, social structures, ancestral wisdom and traditional stewardship of the lands wildlife and natural resources . TRIBA del SOL strategically employs our cultural & community capital to cultivate new emerging opportunities (NEO) that creatively drive & secure considerable shares of Belize's growing specialized tourism exchange. Earned revenue generated from goods & services generated by TRIBA del SOL (i.e.: cultural arts & crafts, culinary creations & bio-organic food, fiber & energy surpluses etc.) will be reinvested in social improvement & bionomic infrastructure development projects that perpetuate the collective advancement of the IKI.XI YAKU TAN-I and Allied Indigenous Traditional Communities throughout the region.