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Extreme Flooding in Ecuadorian Amazon

This video was originally published on March 25, 2020.

Meet the Frontlines. This is from the Ecuadorian Amazon in the community of the Sarayaku living along the Bobonaza River Basin. ⁣

Extreme flooding caused by accelerated climate crisis has displaced our relatives currently safeguarding their territories from unprecedented extraction and deforestation. ⁣

They have lost their homes, crops, animals, everything. The bridge that connected their community has been destroyed. Their school is gone. It is the worst flooding they have ever experienced in the region. ⁣

In March we did everything in our power to prevent the COVID-19 pandemic from entering their communities because that would be an even worse disaster at this time. ⁣

Please support our relatives if you are able!

With your support, they are providing basic and urgent necessity deliveries to the communities, but it will take much more, and an incredible amount of time and labor to rebuild people’s homes, schools, and ceremonial houses.⁣

Please help this community rise at a critical time! Mvto/thank you @ninagualinga for taking the time to share with us on behalf of your people. We send our solidarity, smoke, and support. ⁣

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