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We, Women are Water 2020: Women for the Rivers of Life

Villa Montes, located in El Chaco, Bolivia, is an area known for oil and gas production, an industry that has…

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We, Women are Water 2020: The Guapinol women challenging mining extractivism

The region of Colón in Honduras hosts 11 percent of the country’s mining concessions. At the beginning of 2012, the…

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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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We, Women are Water 2020: Ixquisis women defend their rivers

The micro-region of Ixquisis, in the north of the region of Huehuetenango, Guatemala, has been inhabited by indigenous Mayan communities…

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We, Women are Water 2020: OMMI provides safe water in the Paraguayan Chaco

The Paraguayan Chaco (the western region of Paraguay) has a semi-arid climate which, aggravated by climate change, has long periods…

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We, Women are Water 2020: The Feminist Collective in Suchitoto

Suchitoto in El Salvador has made a landmark achievement: it is the municipality with the greatest water coverage as a…

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We, Women are Water 2020: Chimpu Warmi in Lake Poopó

Lake Poopó, situated in Oruro, Bolivia, is also known as “Mama Qhocha,” a symbol of reproduction and a sacred place…

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GAGGA launches 2020 “We, Women are Water” campaign

On the 13th of March the Global Alliance for Green and Gender Action (GAGGA) will launch the “We, Women are…

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Vice Versa: Indigenous women versus the megaproject

PUBLISHED IN VICE VERSA | JANUARY 9, 2020  By Jan-Albert Hootsen In politically unstable Guatemala, indigenous communities are often the…

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