NATIVO and the Guna Yala community are now joint together in order to assist the people as they are forced to relocate to the mainland due to climate change.Read More
In the third episode of the NATIVO Documentary we visit 3 communities in the comarca Ngäbe-Buglé affected by mining and damming: Llano Tugrí, Valle del Rey and Norteño.
These communities have been or will be impacted by intensive mining and damming for the development of energy plants, causing displacement of the population and violation of human rights.Read More
In the second episode of the NATIVO Documentary we keep visiting the Gardi Sugdub island in Guna Yala, a district north-east of Panama City.
In a country surrounded by monoculturalism and linguistic homogeneity, their precarious schools are a symbol of resilience towards preserving their culture and language intact.Read More
Guna Yala is a peaceful community where agriculture, fishing and tourism coexist. The inhabited island where the Guna live are being impacted by serious issues that are undermining their way of living.Read More
The Ngäbe are the most numerous group of all the 7 native communities in Panama. We have visited the workers in the Banana industry in Changuinola.Read More
When was the last time you have been onto a sinking island? We are visiting Gardí Sugdub, an island inhabited by the Guna in the San Blas archipelago.Read More
We met with the fascinating Emberá Drua near the Chagres river.Read More