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PROTECTING THE AMAZON RAINFOREST AND THE HEALTH OF ITS INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS
At Mothers of the Amazon, our mission is to protect the Amazon Rainforest and the health of its indigenous communities for future generations.
Mothers in the Amazon are at the frontlines of the defense of the largest rainforest in the world and raising the next generation of forest guardians that will ensure the protection of the Amazon for future generations.
We recognize that the safeguard of our climate, biodiversity and the health and future of our children and our planet relies intrinsically on the protection of the Amazon rainforest and the health of the ones who defend it.
Our aim is to empower and support through restorative and regenerative indigenous-led community projects that improve indigenous health, protect and restore the health of the rainforest through land buy back and reforestation, and preserve indigenous knowledge and culture for future generations.
WHO WE ARE
The Mothers of the Amazon is a Global Network of forest advocates
The Mothers of the Amazon initiative was founded in 2018 as a response to our children’s protests around the world demanding climate justice. Since its creation, Mothers of the Amazon has operated under the supervision and fiscal sponsorship of the EarthWays Foundation.
Mothers of the Amazon is a global network of multi-disciplinary forest advocates protecting the Amazon Rainforest and the health of its communities through restorative and regenerative community projects that empower and support indigenous communities in the Amazon.
Our network is composed of indigenous leaders, sustainability strategists, architects, agro-forestry agents, environmental engineers, health scientists, doctors, water treatment specialists, lawyers, permaculture specialists, educators, writers, filmmakers, all dedicated to the safeguard of the Amazon rainforest and the protection of the health its indigenous communities.
Mothers of the Amazon works with indigenous communities on critical initiatives to improve population health, protect and restore land, preserve indigenous culture and promote education on climate change.
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