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At the end of May 2018 it was time for a visit to Bogota again. Three representatives of Palmeras and San Martin de Amacayacu made their way to the National Land Agency (Agencia Nacional...

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Newsletter 77

Step by step.. we are getting closer to the recognition of the ancestral lands of San Martin de Amacayacu and Palmeras as an indigenous reserve.. will you share our patience and keep up your...

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Newsletter 76

In this 76th newsletter of the Small World Foundation working with the Tikuna indigenous community of San Martin de Amacayacu we give you an update of various projects currently developing in the community. There´s...

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Newsletter 75

Slowly, we are gathering all required documents for the National Land Agency (Agencia Nacional de Tierras – ANT) to support our application for the ancestral land recognition of San Martin de Amacayacu and Palmeras. Hopefully...

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Newsletter 74

Slowly, we are getting closer to the ancestral land right recognition for San Martin de Amacayacu and Palmeras, the two Tikuna indigenous communities in the Colombian Amazon we have been working for for over...

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Newsletter 73

At the end of April, delegates from San Martin de Amacayacu were present at the Encuentro Binacional in the Peruvian Amazon city of Iquitos with many other stakeholders, to talk about land management, nature...

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Newsletter 72

The Small World Foundation continues to be busy and dedicated to our different projects. Most importantly, the recognition of San Martin´s ancestral lands as an indigenous reserve. The case has not disappeared, the National...

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Newsletter 71

In this issue of our Small World Foundation newsletter, we give you an insight into how different projects in an indigenous community such as San Martin de Amacayacu can affect each other! Building an...

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Newsletter 69

This 69th Small World Foundation newsletter tells you about the new Ecovia, a concrete walking path to be built straight through the jungle from San Martin de Amacayacu to Puerto Nariño. Many arguments in...

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Newsletter 68

This newsletter shows you how we raised funds for the Environmental Guard of San Martin de Amacayacu: We keep the toilet facilities clean at the yearly Farmers´ Day in Alphen (Netherlands). A great day!...