Women weave handicrafts such as backpacks, hammocks, baskets or baby carriers. Similarly, men engage in other crafts such as woodwork, to produce arrows, bows and boats for sale.
Craftswomen use fibres and vegetal bark to make hammocks, bracelets and headbands for ceremonial rituals. They also produce baskets for everyday and ritual uses.
In partnership with the Cuiba people in the Mochuelo community, a series of workshops have been organized with the purpose of recovering and fostering traditional jobs and cultural points of reference, collective work, and the design of new products, while preserving the cultural heritage of their crafts.