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Sarayaku’s Fight for the Survival of Their Culture
María Clara Valencia
August 11, 2011
Keeping land free of big scale oil companies is the fight, the indgenous community Kichwa Sarayaku (Tayjasaruta) has maintained since the 1990s...
Faces of Ecuador Pt. 4
August 01, 2011
Nomadic Samuel’s slideshow entitled “Ecuadorian People (Faces of Ecuador)” continues in the final part of this 4 part series.
Faces of Ecuador Pt. 3
July 25, 2011
Nomadic Samuel’s slideshow entitled “Ecuadorian People (Faces of Ecuador)” continues in part 3 of this 4 part series.
Faces of Ecuador Pt. 2
July 18, 2011
In part 2 of a 4 part series entitled “Ecuadorian People (Faces of Ecuador)” uploader Nomadic Samuel provides viewers with an exceptional slideshow of the many people living in the...
Faces of Ecuador Pt. 1
July 12, 2011
In part 1 of a 4 part series entitled “Ecuadorian People (Faces of Ecuador)” uploader Nomadic Samuel provides viewers with an exceptional slideshow of the many people living in the...
Ecuador on Trial for Violating Rights of Kichwa People of Sarayaku
July 06, 2011
Justice will begin to be heard today for the Kichwa people of Sarayaku, indigenous inhabitants of the gateway to Ecuador’s Amazon...
Indigenous Peoples, One of the Most Vulnerable to Food Insecurity in Latin America
Maria Clara Valencia
June 30, 2011
In Bogota (Colombia) experts on food security and the right to food from different countries discussed strategies to fight against hunger in Latin America and the Caribbean, a regi...
Ecuador’s Napo Wildlife Center’s Eco-tourism Is Great for Guests—and the Community
July 07, 2011
As I float up a serpentine creek in the heart of the Ecuadorean Amazon in a canoe paddled by two men from the Kichwa community of Añangu, I marvel at the exuberance of the surround...
Ecuador: Saving Lives Through Birth Choices
June 22, 2011
Giving birth in communities like those in Ecuador can be a very dangerous occasion, especially for Indigenous women...
Peru Awajun Tribe Retains Alleged Miners
April 19, 2011
Members of the Awajun Tribe, living in the northern Peruvian border with Ecuador were retaining as of Tuesday morning as many as eight people still unidentified who were caught cam...
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