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Rural young feminists defend Motagua River through artivism

The Motagua River, one of the largest in Central America, starts its 500-kilometer journey from Guatemala’s Western Highlands. Along the…

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“They are killing the river”: Q’eqchi’ women defend the sacred Cahabón

Two rivers cross in Guatemala’s municipality of Santa María Cahabón, the ancestral territory of the Q’eqchi’ peoples. To the Q’eqchi’…

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Honduran women weave a fabric of solidarity in the face of extractivism

The women of MAS are prioritizing collective care to build resilience.

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Vice Versa: What do you smell? Life!

In Nicaragua analog food forestry restores the land and gives women in rural areas control of their body, life and…

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We Women are Water 2020: Mountain Woman in Cordillera Real

  The water supply for populations living near the glaciers of the Cordillera Real mountain range outside La Paz, Bolivia…

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We, Women are Water 2020: Rebels from Bañado Sur

In Bañado Sur on the outskirts of Asunción is the Cateura garbage dump, the largest in Paraguay. On a daily…

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We, Women are Water 2020: Network of Community Environmentalists in El Salvador

Environmentalists in El Salvador (RACDES) fight for water across the entire country. The problem of access to drinking water previously…

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We, Women are Water 2020: Fighting the impacts of sugarcane monoculture in Honduras

The southern wetlands of Honduras along coastal areas in the Gulf of Fonseca is the 1000th “Ramsar” site, meaning it…

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