Mother Earth is waiting for us to respect her.

And we as Indigenous peoples expect the same.

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Our mission is to build power with indigenous peoples, their communities and organizations to protect the Amazon and the world climate.

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Our Work

We are defending indigenous rights to land, life and cultural survival in the Amazon rainforest by building power and autonomy.

Building Solutions

We are supporting the struggles of indigenous families to ensure access to clean water and renewable energy.

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Reviving Culture

As a result of invasion, conquest and resource extraction, indigenous peoples of the Amazon have been struggling to protect their cultures from extinction.

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Defending Territory

We are supporting the struggles of indigenous stewards to protect more than 5 million acres of their ancestral rainforest homelands.

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Telling Stories

We are supporting indigenous youth to tell their own stories in their own voices, keeping indigenous memories alive.

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STORIES & NEWS

Evaluating health risk for Amazonian communities

Years ago, a Secoya elder told us “If you want to know what is in the water, look at the fish. Fish eat history.” And so that is what we have been doing.

Lagarto Cocha

Lagarto Cocha Mapping Secoya territory in the Ecuadorian Amazon Lagarto Cocha, an area of flooded forest, shoreless lakes and...

Mapping Waorani Territory

Mapping Waorani Territory In defense of a forest homeland, a culture, a way of life The Waorani peoples have...