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@igrannapp from #Regram #RG @AmazonFrontlines:
What do you do when the oil industry has poisoned your drinking water? ⠀

In the northern Ecuadorian Amazon, indigenous communities are building their own solutions through systems that collect and filter rainwater. ⠀ ⠀
#LessOilMoreWater


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#Repost @amazonfrontlines
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For decades, oil companies have poisoned the drinking water in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Now, indigenous communities are building their own clean water solutions to a public health crisis. Help them meet their goal by supporting the #LessOilMoreWater campaign: https://buff.ly/2G3t4AG⠀

#worldwaterday#indigenousresistance#resistance#buildingsolutions#hope#keepitintheground#amazon#indigenousrights#humanrights

#deforestazione #amazzonia #acqua


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#Repost @amazonfrontlines Can you imagine not having clean drinking water at the simple turn of a tap? Or if the water you drank made you sick? How about waking up before dawn and walking for miles to find clean water, then carrying that heavy water in a bucket all the way home?⠀ ⠀
This has been the reality for many indigenous communities in the northern Ecuadorian Amazon since oil companies began contaminating their sources of fresh water decades ago.⠀ ⠀
For the last seven years, @AmazonFrontlines has been working with local communities to build rainwater catchment systems that are providing families with access to clean, safe drinking water right next to their homes. Help us meet our goal. Support the #LessOilMoreWater campaign today to help bring clean drinking water to indigenous families in the Amazon. Visit: https://buff.ly/2u8BwNr ⠀ ⠀
#indigenoussolutions#keepitintheground#cleanwater#justice#indigenousresilience#buildingsolutions#indigenousresistance#humanrights


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#Regram #RG @AmazonFrontlines:
What do you do when the oil industry has poisoned your drinking water? ⠀

In the northern Ecuadorian Amazon, indigenous communities are building their own solutions through systems that collect and filter rainwater. ⠀
You can help them reach their goal: link in bio.⠀

#LessOilMoreWater#savelife #water #savewater #saveworld #hardwork #working


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#Regram #RG @amazonfrontlines: For Waorani women living along the Via Maxus oil road in Yasuni National Park, the day begins at the crack of dawn, young children in tow and empty buckets in hand, as they wait in the morning mist for the oil company bus that will take them 1 hour up the road to the oil station. There, the company fills their buckets with potable water and the women haul the heavy buckets home. This sequence is repeated again in the afternoon. Every day. These women can no longer collect drinking water from nearby streams, as oil companies polluted the streams over the last three decades. ⠀

Now, we are working alongside Waorani technicians to install rainwater catchment systems that will provide these families with filtered drinking water right next to their homes, improving families' health and reducing their dependency on the oil company. ⠀

Interested in supporting this vital work? Follow the link in our bio today to help build solutions to oil pollution in the Amazon. ⠀

#LessOilMoreWater #waoraniresistance


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#Regram #RG @amazonfrontlines: For Waorani women living along the Via Maxus oil road in Yasuni National Park, the day begins at the crack of dawn, young children in tow and empty buckets in hand, as they wait in the morning mist for the oil company bus that will take them 1 hour up the road to the oil station. There, the company fills their buckets with potable water and the women haul the heavy buckets home. This sequence is repeated again in the afternoon. Every day. These women can no longer collect drinking water from nearby streams, as oil companies polluted the streams over the last three decades. ⠀

Now, we are working alongside Waorani technicians to install rainwater catchment systems that will provide these families with filtered drinking water right next to their homes, improving families' health and reducing their dependency on the oil company. ⠀

Interested in supporting this vital work? Follow the link in our bio today to help build solutions to oil pollution in the Amazon. ⠀

#LessOilMoreWater #waoraniresistance


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Siona villagers, like this woman pictured here, from Puerto Silencio in the Putumayo region of Colombia experience a wide range of health problems, likely linked to contact with water contaminated by nearby oil operations. In addition to the dangers the Siona of Puerto Silencio face from the Colombian armed conflict and the narcotics trade, the incursion of oil companies threatens their health and their territory. ⠀

In the coming weeks, Amazon Frontlines and our partners Alianza Ceibo will be building rainwater catchment systems with filters to provide the residents of Puerto Silencio with access to clean, safe drinking water. You can learn more about Puerto Silencio by reading the recent article in The Guardian https://buff.ly/2tIT8w1 and then help bring clean water to Puerto Silencio by supporting the #LessOilMoreWater campaign: link in bio.⠀

#SionaSurvival #PervivenciaSiona


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#Repost @leonardodicapriofdn with @get_repost
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#Repost @amazonfrontlines Can you imagine not having clean drinking water at the simple turn of a tap? Or if the water you drank made you sick? How about waking up before dawn and walking for miles to find clean water, then carrying that heavy water in a bucket all the way home?⠀ ⠀
This has been the reality for many indigenous communities in the northern Ecuadorian Amazon since oil companies began contaminating their sources of fresh water decades ago.⠀ ⠀
For the last seven years, @AmazonFrontlines has been working with local communities to build rainwater catchment systems that are providing families with access to clean, safe drinking water right next to their homes. Help us meet our goal. Support the #LessOilMoreWater campaign today to help bring clean drinking water to indigenous families in the Amazon. Visit: https://buff.ly/2u8BwNr ⠀ ⠀
#indigenoussolutions#keepitintheground#cleanwater#justice#indigenousresilience#buildingsolutions#indigenousresistance#humanrights #sharonpomalestousey #ecuador #colombia @oprah #socialjustice #womensupportingwomen


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Regrann from @leonardodicaprio - #Regram #RG @amazonfrontlines: For Waorani women living along the Via Maxus oil road in Yasuni National Park, the day begins at the crack of dawn, young children in tow and empty buckets in hand, as they wait in the morning mist for the oil company bus that will take them 1 hour up the road to the oil station. There, the company fills their buckets with potable water and the women haul the heavy buckets home. This sequence is repeated again in the afternoon. Every day. These women can no longer collect drinking water from nearby streams, as oil companies polluted the streams over the last three decades. ⠀

Now, we are working alongside Waorani technicians to install rainwater catchment systems that will provide these families with filtered drinking water right next to their homes, improving families' health and reducing their dependency on the oil company. ⠀

Interested in supporting this vital work? Follow the link in our bio today to help build solutions to oil pollution in the Amazon. ⠀

#LessOilMoreWater #waoraniresistance - #regrann


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repost via @instarepost20 from @leonardodicaprio #Regram #RG @amazonfrontlines: For Waorani women living along the Via Maxus oil road in Yasuni National Park, the day begins at the crack of dawn, young children in tow and empty buckets in hand, as they wait in the morning mist for the oil company bus that will take them 1 hour up the road to the oil station. There, the company fills their buckets with potable water and the women haul the heavy buckets home. This sequence is repeated again in the afternoon. Every day. These women can no longer collect drinking water from nearby streams, as oil companies polluted the streams over the last three decades. ⠀

Now, we are working alongside Waorani technicians to install rainwater catchment systems that will provide these families with filtered drinking water right next to their homes, improving families' health and reducing their dependency on the oil company. ⠀

Interested in supporting this vital work? Follow the link in our bio today to help build solutions to oil pollution in the Amazon. ⠀

#LessOilMoreWater #waoraniresistance


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#Regram #RG @amazonfrontlines: For Waorani women living along the Via Maxus oil road in Yasuni National Park, the day begins at the crack of dawn, young children in tow and empty buckets in hand, as they wait in the morning mist for the oil company bus that will take them 1 hour up the road to the oil station. There, the company fills their buckets with potable water and the women haul the heavy buckets home. This sequence is repeated again in the afternoon. Every day. These women can no longer collect drinking water from nearby streams, as oil companies polluted the streams over the last three decades. ⠀

Now, we are working alongside Waorani technicians to install rainwater catchment systems that will provide these families with filtered drinking water right next to their homes, improving families' health and reducing their dependency on the oil company. ⠀

Interested in supporting this vital work? Follow the link in our bio today to help build solutions to oil pollution in the Amazon. ⠀

#LessOilMoreWater #waoraniresistance


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#Regram #RG @amazonfrontlines: For Waorani women living along the Via Maxus oil road in Yasuni National Park, the day begins at the crack of dawn, young children in tow and empty buckets in hand, as they wait in the morning mist for the oil company bus that will take them 1 hour up the road to the oil station. There, the company fills their buckets with potable water and the women haul the heavy buckets home. This sequence is repeated again in the afternoon. Every day. These women can no longer collect drinking water from nearby streams, as oil companies polluted the streams over the last three decades. ⠀

Now, we are working alongside Waorani technicians to install rainwater catchment systems that will provide these families with filtered drinking water right next to their homes, improving families' health and reducing their dependency on the oil company. ⠀

Interested in supporting this vital work? Follow the link in our bio today to help build solutions to oil pollution in the Amazon. ⠀

#LessOilMoreWater #waoraniresistance


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#Regram #RG @amazonfrontlines: For Waorani women living along the Via Maxus oil road in Yasuni National Park, the day begins at the crack of dawn, young children in tow and empty buckets in hand, as they wait in the morning mist for the oil company bus that will take them 1 hour up the road to the oil station. There, the company fills their buckets with potable water and the women haul the heavy buckets home. This sequence is repeated again in the afternoon. Every day. These women can no longer collect drinking water from nearby streams, as oil companies polluted the streams over the last three decades. ⠀

Now, we are working alongside Waorani technicians to install rainwater catchment systems that will provide these families with filtered drinking water right next to their homes, improving families' health and reducing their dependency on the oil company. ⠀

Interested in supporting this vital work? Follow the link in our bio today to help build solutions to oil pollution in the Amazon. ⠀

#LessOilMoreWater #waoraniresistance


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#Regram #RG @amazonfrontlines: For Waorani women living along the Via Maxus oil road in Yasuni National Park, the day begins at the crack of dawn, young children in tow and empty buckets in hand, as they wait in the morning mist for the oil company bus that will take them 1 hour up the road to the oil station. There, the company fills their buckets with potable water and the women haul the heavy buckets home. This sequence is repeated again in the afternoon. Every day. These women can no longer collect drinking water from nearby streams, as oil companies polluted the streams over the last three decades. ⠀

Now, we are working alongside Waorani technicians to install rainwater catchment systems that will provide these families with filtered drinking water right next to their homes, improving families' health and reducing their dependency on the oil company. ⠀

Interested in supporting this vital work? Follow the link in our bio today to help build solutions to oil pollution in the Amazon. ⠀

#LessOilMoreWater #waoraniresistance


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#Regram #RG @amazonfrontlines: For Waorani women living along the Via Maxus oil road in Yasuni National Park, the day begins at the crack of dawn, young children in tow and empty buckets in hand, as they wait in the morning mist for the oil company bus that will take them 1 hour up the road to the oil station. There, the company fills their buckets with potable water and the women haul the heavy buckets home. This sequence is repeated again in the afternoon. Every day. These women can no longer collect drinking water from nearby streams, as oil companies polluted the streams over the last three decades. ⠀

Now, we are working alongside Waorani technicians to install rainwater catchment systems that will provide these families with filtered drinking water right next to their homes, improving families' health and reducing their dependency on the oil company. ⠀

Interested in supporting this vital work? Follow the link in our bio today to help build solutions to oil pollution in the Amazon. ⠀

#LessOilMoreWater #waoraniresistance


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#Regram #RG @amazonfrontlines: For Waorani women living along the Via Maxus oil road in Yasuni National Park, the day begins at the crack of dawn, young children in tow and empty buckets in hand, as they wait in the morning mist for the oil company bus that will take them 1 hour up the road to the oil station. There, the company fills their buckets with potable water and the women haul the heavy buckets home. This sequence is repeated again in the afternoon. Every day. These women can no longer collect drinking water from nearby streams, as oil companies polluted the streams over the last three decades. ⠀

Now, we are working alongside Waorani technicians to install rainwater catchment systems that will provide these families with filtered drinking water right next to their homes, improving families' health and reducing their dependency on the oil company. ⠀

Interested in supporting this vital work? Follow the link in our bio today to help build solutions to oil pollution in the Amazon. ⠀

#LessOilMoreWater #waoraniresistance


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#Repost @leonardodicaprio (@get_repost)
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#Regram #RG @amazonfrontlines: For Waorani women living along the Via Maxus oil road in Yasuni National Park, the day begins at the crack of dawn, young children in tow and empty buckets in hand, as they wait in the morning mist for the oil company bus that will take them 1 hour up the road to the oil station. There, the company fills their buckets with potable water and the women haul the heavy buckets home. This sequence is repeated again in the afternoon. Every day. These women can no longer collect drinking water from nearby streams, as oil companies polluted the streams over the last three decades. ⠀

Now, we are working alongside Waorani technicians to install rainwater catchment systems that will provide these families with filtered drinking water right next to their homes, improving families' health and reducing their dependency on the oil company. ⠀

Interested in supporting this vital work? Follow the link in our bio today to help build solutions to oil pollution in the Amazon. ⠀

#LessOilMoreWater #waoraniresistance

ヤスニ国立公園のマクサスロード(石油会社が国立公園内に整備した道路)沿いに住むワオラニ族の女性の一日は、夜明けとともに、子供を引き連れ、手に空バケツを持ち、朝靄の中で、そこから1時間離れたオイルステーション行きの石油会社のバスを待つことから始まります。
そこで、彼女らは、石油会社よりバケツに飲料水を入れてもらい、その重くなったバケツを家まで持って帰ります。この一連のことは、午後にも繰り返されます。そして、毎日。
10年間以上に渡り、石油会社が川を汚染したことにより、彼女達は、もはや近くの川から飲料水を調達することができないのです。

今、私達はワオラニ族の技術者と一緒になって雨水利用システムを取り入れる活動をしています。
それは、家のすぐ隣から濾過した飲料水をこれらの家庭に提供し、そして、これらの家庭における健康状態を改善させるとともに、石油会社に対する依存度を減らすことにつながるでしょう。

この人の生命に関わる活動を支援することに、関心はありませんか?
アマゾンの石油汚染問題の解決を手助けするために、バイオグラフィーの中のリンク先をフォロー下さい。

#LessOilMoreWater #waoraniresistance


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#Repost from @leonardodicaprio with @regram.app ... #Regram #RG @amazonfrontlines: For Waorani women living along the Via Maxus oil road in Yasuni National Park, the day begins at the crack of dawn, young children in tow and empty buckets in hand, as they wait in the morning mist for the oil company bus that will take them 1 hour up the road to the oil station. There, the company fills their buckets with potable water and the women haul the heavy buckets home. This sequence is repeated again in the afternoon. Every day. These women can no longer collect drinking water from nearby streams, as oil companies polluted the streams over the last three decades. ⠀

Now, we are working alongside Waorani technicians to install rainwater catchment systems that will provide these families with filtered drinking water right next to their homes, improving families' health and reducing their dependency on the oil company. ⠀

Interested in supporting this vital work? Follow the link in our bio today to help build solutions to oil pollution in the Amazon. ⠀

#LessOilMoreWater #waoraniresistance


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#PeaceTheMovement #unconditionallove #waterissacred #cleanwater #waterislife #loveEarth #saveourplanet #saveearthnow #Repost @leonardodicaprio (@get_repost)
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#Regram #RG @amazonfrontlines: For Waorani women living along the Via Maxus oil road in Yasuni National Park, the day begins at the crack of dawn, young children in tow and empty buckets in hand, as they wait in the morning mist for the oil company bus that will take them 1 hour up the road to the oil station. There, the company fills their buckets with potable water and the women haul the heavy buckets home. This sequence is repeated again in the afternoon. Every day. These women can no longer collect drinking water from nearby streams, as oil companies polluted the streams over the last three decades. ⠀

Now, we are working alongside Waorani technicians to install rainwater catchment systems that will provide these families with filtered drinking water right next to their homes, improving families' health and reducing their dependency on the oil company. ⠀

Interested in supporting this vital work? Follow the link in our bio today to help build solutions to oil pollution in the Amazon. ⠀

#LessOilMoreWater #waoraniresistance


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Repost from @leonardodicaprio using @RepostRegramApp - #Regram #RG @amazonfrontlines: For Waorani women living along the Via Maxus oil road in Yasuni National Park, the day begins at the crack of dawn, young children in tow and empty buckets in hand, as they wait in the morning mist for the oil company bus that will take them 1 hour up the road to the oil station. There, the company fills their buckets with potable water and the women haul the heavy buckets home. This sequence is repeated again in the afternoon. Every day. These women can no longer collect drinking water from nearby streams, as oil companies polluted the streams over the last three decades. ⠀

Now, we are working alongside Waorani technicians to install rainwater catchment systems that will provide these families with filtered drinking water right next to their homes, improving families' health and reducing their dependency on the oil company. ⠀

Interested in supporting this vital work? Follow the link in our bio today to help build solutions to oil pollution in the Amazon. ⠀

#LessOilMoreWater #waoraniresistance


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#Regram #RG @amazonfrontlines: For Waorani women living along the Via Maxus oil road in Yasuni National Park, the day begins at the crack of dawn, young children in tow and empty buckets in hand, as they wait in the morning mist for the oil company bus that will take them 1 hour up the road to the oil station. There, the company fills their buckets with potable water and the women haul the heavy buckets home. This sequence is repeated again in the afternoon. Every day. These women can no longer collect drinking water from nearby streams, as oil companies polluted the streams over the last three decades. ⠀

Now, we are working alongside Waorani technicians to install rainwater catchment systems that will provide these families with filtered drinking water right next to their homes, improving families' health and reducing their dependency on the oil company. ⠀

Interested in supporting this vital work? Follow the link in our bio today to help build solutions to oil pollution in the Amazon. ⠀

#LessOilMoreWater #waoraniresistance


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#Repost @leonardodicaprio with @get_repost
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#Regram #RG @amazonfrontlines: For Waorani women living along the Via Maxus oil road in Yasuni National Park, the day begins at the crack of dawn, young children in tow and empty buckets in hand, as they wait in the morning mist for the oil company bus that will take them 1 hour up the road to the oil station. There, the company fills their buckets with potable water and the women haul the heavy buckets home. This sequence is repeated again in the afternoon. Every day. These women can no longer collect drinking water from nearby streams, as oil companies polluted the streams over the last three decades. ⠀

Now, we are working alongside Waorani technicians to install rainwater catchment systems that will provide these families with filtered drinking water right next to their homes, improving families' health and reducing their dependency on the oil company. ⠀

Interested in supporting this vital work? Follow the link in our bio today to help build solutions to oil pollution in the Amazon. ⠀

#LessOilMoreWater #waoraniresistance


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#Regram #RG @amazonfrontlines: For Waorani women living along the Via Maxus oil road in Yasuni National Park, the day begins at the crack of dawn, young children in tow and empty buckets in hand, as they wait in the morning mist for the oil company bus that will take them 1 hour up the road to the oil station. There, the company fills their buckets with potable water and the women haul the heavy buckets home. This sequence is repeated again in the afternoon. Every day. These women can no longer collect drinking water from nearby streams, as oil companies polluted the streams over the last three decades. ⠀

Now, we are working alongside Waorani technicians to install rainwater catchment systems that will provide these families with filtered drinking water right next to their homes, improving families' health and reducing their dependency on the oil company. ⠀

Interested in supporting this vital work? Follow the link in our bio today to help build solutions to oil pollution in the Amazon. ⠀

#LessOilMoreWater #waoraniresistance


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#Repost @amazonfrontlines with @get_repost
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For Waorani women living along the Via Maxus oil road in Yasuni National Park, the day begins at the crack of dawn, young children in tow and empty buckets in hand, as they wait in the morning mist for the oil company bus that will take them 1 hour up the road to the oil station. There, the company fills their buckets with potable water and the women haul the heavy buckets home. This sequence is repeated again in the afternoon. Every day. These women can no longer collect drinking water from nearby streams, as oil companies polluted the streams over the last three decades. ⠀

Now, we are working alongside Waorani technicians to install rainwater catchment systems that will provide these families with filtered drinking water right next to their homes, improving families' health and reducing their dependency on the oil company. ⠀

Interested in supporting this vital work? Follow the link in our bio today to help build solutions to oil pollution in the Amazon. ⠀

#LessOilMoreWater #waoraniresistance


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For Waorani women living along the Via Maxus oil road in Yasuni National Park, the day begins at the crack of dawn, young children in tow and empty buckets in hand, as they wait in the morning mist for the oil company bus that will take them 1 hour up the road to the oil station. There, the company fills their buckets with potable water and the women haul the heavy buckets home. This sequence is repeated again in the afternoon. Every day. These women can no longer collect drinking water from nearby streams, as oil companies polluted the streams over the last three decades. ⠀

Now, we are working alongside Waorani technicians to install rainwater catchment systems that will provide these families with filtered drinking water right next to their homes, improving families' health and reducing their dependency on the oil company. ⠀

Interested in supporting this vital work? Follow the link in our bio today to help build solutions to oil pollution in the Amazon. ⠀

#LessOilMoreWater #waoraniresistance


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In the 1980s, the Via Maxus oil road was built, opening up a vast extension of Yasuni National Park in Ecuador— the Waorani people’s ancestral homeland and a place with one of the highest levels of biodiversity on the planet— to oil drilling. For decades, the Waorani communities living along the Via Maxus have suffered from the impacts of oil extraction. Most families rely on the oil company Repsol to provide them with potable water, as local freshwater sources have been polluted. ⠀

Now a Waorani team of technicians are finishing up rainwater catchment system installations that will provide all Waorani families living along the Via Maxus with access to clean, safe drinking water, and loosening the vice grip of the oil industry on these communities. ⠀

Help us meet our goal of clean water for every oil-affected family by supporting the #LessOilMoreWater campaign today: link in bio.

#waoraniresistance

Yasuni National Park

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In the 1980s, the Via Maxus oil road was built, opening up a vast extension of Yasuni National Park in Ecuador— the Waorani people’s ancestral homeland and a place with one of the highest levels of biodiversity on the planet— to oil drilling. For decades, the Waorani communities living along the Via Maxus have suffered from the impacts of oil extraction. Most families rely on the oil company Repsol to provide them with potable water, as local freshwater sources have been polluted. ⠀

Now a Waorani team of technicians are finishing up rainwater catchment system installations that will provide all Waorani families living along the Via Maxus with access to clean, safe drinking water, and loosening the vice grip of the oil industry on these communities. ⠀

#LessOilMoreWater @amazonfrontlines


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In the 1980s, the Via Maxus oil road was built, opening up a vast extension of Yasuni National Park in Ecuador— the Waorani people’s ancestral homeland and a place with one of the highest levels of biodiversity on the planet— to oil drilling. For decades, the Waorani communities living along the Via Maxus have suffered from the impacts of oil extraction. Most families rely on the oil company Repsol to provide them with potable water, as local freshwater sources have been polluted. ⠀

Now a Waorani team of technicians are finishing up rainwater catchment system installations that will provide all Waorani families living along the Via Maxus with access to clean, safe drinking water, and loosening the vice grip of the oil industry on these communities. ⠀

Help us meet our goal of clean water for every oil-affected family by supporting the #LessOilMoreWater campaign today: link in bio.

#waoraniresistance


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