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Newsletter 39 0

Newsletter 39

Working hard for land rights, toilets, fund raising and much more!! Nieuwsbrief 39 Newsletter 39

Newsletter 37 0

Newsletter 37

While people in San Martin remain busy with meetings and more meetings, the Small World Foundation keeps working hard on additional projects: Give A Toilet, an exclusive jewelly collection from the hands of Jorge...

Newsletter 36 0

Newsletter 36

What is San Martin doing these days? Meetings, meetings, meetings.. digging, digging, digging (with new shovels, wheel carriers and buckets from now on) … and drinking clean water! Read all about it: Newsletter 36...

Newsletter 34 0

Newsletter 34

The last newsletter of 2010! With (1) the start of the request for San Martin´s ancestral lands, (2) the fish pond situation (despite the good hopes no $$ on the bank account..) en the...

Newsletter 33 0

Newsletter 33

Slowly all things are falling into place for San Martin.. For now: the long pursued water tanks and the famous fish ponds! The Small World Foundation is also uniting forces for indigenous people through the...

Newsletter 32 0

Newsletter 32

This newsletter is once again loaded with good news: the first version of the digital map of San Martin’s ancestral lands, progress building the family tree, our participation at theaterfestival De Parade in Amsterdam next...

Newsletter 31 0

Newsletter 31

In this edition, the story of how San Martin´s last aluminum boat almost got stolen (again), about the last trip to the jungle to collect some important GPS locations, and about the many activities...

Newsletter 30 0

Newsletter 30

Newsletter 30.. that means we are celebrating! Five years of information from the Colombian Amazon have been completed, and we are still working hard! This time: progress at the TIKOYA reserve level, the visit of...

Newsletter 28 0

Newsletter 28

The last newsletter of 2009: Reinaldo finished the mapping fieldwork and technical support is on the way, the Zeezicht charity dinner was a success (270 euro!!), there are still no fishponds, the otter research is...