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“We met, we were happy to meet. It was the first time we worked together only with women, and it was the first time we were in charge” said Alexandra Gutiérrez Piranga, a Korebaju indigenous woman when explaining how, through a process of building confidence and skills, they are on track for formulating projects for their own well-being and the well-being of their communities.
This video is an overview of the actions in the Amazon region of the Tropenbos International´s program Working Landscapes. It includes testimonies and thoughts about the activities in Colombia, Bolivia and Suriname.
Local researcher Iván Yepes, from the Yucuna ethnic group, shares his exprience in the WWF Colombia and Tropenbos Colombia's project Co-responsibility in the management of migratory fish of commercial importance in the mid and low Caquetá River area. This process aims to stregthen monitoring practices among the fisherman and the improvement of management agreements among communities and with institutions. This video was produced by Simón de Man - Fílmico / WWF Colombia