Access roads to the Yánesha Communal Reserve in the country’s Central Amazon have been blocked.
The aim is to highlight violence to indigenous women visible through short films.
Work is underway to preserve the traditional arts and crafts of the Yanesha women of Peru. By Stitch, creating with fabric+thread.
Recovering the production conditions necessary for bespan, native which isof the most notable legacies of indigenous Amazonian yanesha communities.
The Oxapampa Asháninka – Yánesha Biosphere Reserve is the natural pharmacy and pantry of indigenous peoples.
The Yánesha people protect native timber species endangered by illegal felling.
In Peru, Yánesha women still retain numerous coloured varieties of cotton which are in danger of disappearing a result of the retreat of the forest.
Documentary on indigenous communicators who use the radio and ICTs to defend and exercise their rights.
The First Yánesha Exhibition and Fair revealed the beauty of Amazonian textiles and the skills of the women who keep this art alive.