Tagged: San Martin de Amacayacu

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Newsletter 83

We are building a new maloka in San Martin de Amacayacu, the environmental guard keeps up the good work and the third official land application has been filed in Bogotá! Patience is a virtue.....

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Newsletter 82

In this newsletter, we report on the Wone Congress in the Ticuna Cocama Yagua indigenous reserve, which was also organised to discuss the land application of San Martin de Amacayacu and Palmeras. Nieuwsbrief 82...

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Newsletter 81

This newsletter tells you about a visit to Switserland and the Netherlands: Learning about community building, promoting the activities of San Martin de Amacayacu and getting out Small World Foundation administration up to date....

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Newsletter 80

In this 80th (!!) version of the SWF newsletter we report about the big deception San Martin and Palmeras had to endure in Bogotá during a meeting with the Indigenous Affairs department of the Ministry of...

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Newsletter 79

While we wait for the government to debate and decide about the ancestral land recognition, the people of San Martin de Amacayacu continue to orgnanize the community. With Raul Carvajal from the Colombian university UDCA,...

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Newsletter 78

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 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...