Making it as an Indigenous Student in Iquitos City

Perseverance in the face of Inequalities: Announcing the graduation of Floida & Alvaro, two indigenous students supported by our Sui Sui program

Después De Más De 5 Años De Diálogo En El Lote Petrolero 192, Desconfianza Agudizada Entre Pueblos Indígenas Y Estado

¿Para qué sirvió el proceso de consulta previa del 2015 y porque es necesario un nuevo proceso de consulta previa para el contrato de 30 años?

Cacao In the Amazon: Uncovering What Comes Before Chocolate

Exploring The Secrets of Cacao Fermentation With Amazonian Women of Tres Unidos

Environmental Clean-Up in the Amazon once again postponed: Challenges of the Remediation Fund for Peru’s Contaminated River Basins

Contamination still not cleaned up after over four decades of oil exploitation on indigenous territories

Planting Urban Gardens with Indigenous Students in Iquitos

Our First Permaculture Workshop At Indigenous Organization OEPIAP's Temporary Student Centre

Inside Our Campaign To Support Education for Amazonian Indigenous Youth

Interview with Chaikuni’s Intercultural Education Coordinators on building an indigenous student centre

Join Us To Build An Indigenous Student Centre In the Amazon

Announcing the launch of our new fundraising campaign in partnership with indigenous student organization OEPIAP

Rural Fish Farming In The Amazon Rainforest

Our latest workshop with the local community of Tres Unidos

Saramurillo, justice this time for the indigenous peoples of the Peruvian Amazon?

Could the recent mobilization held at Saramurillo in the Northern Peruvian Amazon be remembered as the one that finally brought much needed justice to indigenous peoples affected by over 40 years of irresponsible oil activity?

Local Collaborations & Empowerment Through Our Permaculture Site

A visit from Peruvian NGO "Association Civil Puente de la Amistad" on our grounds

On The Realities of Being an Indigenous Student in the Peruvian Amazon

Interview with Ruben Chino Dahua, Vice-President of the Amazonian indigenous student organization OEPIAP

And Then The Oil Price Dropped

Keeping the oil under the ground is causing a direct social and economic disaster in Loreto, but is it also an opportunity?

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