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We will not stop fighting, because our entire livelihood depends on Nature.
We want to tell you the stories of our Amazon, our communities, and our struggle for life.
The central south of the Ecuadorian Amazon is inhabited by seven different indigenous nationalities, including some of the world’s last tribes in voluntary isolation. We indigenous peoples depend on nature, and we survive through small-scale agriculture, gathering, hunting, fishing, and through the solidarity of our people...
About our Name
Hakhu, which means let’s go in Kichwa, is an indigenous saying to encourage our peoples to advance together.
Hakhu Amazon Foundation
Av. Shyris N36-188 y Av. Naciones Unidas, Ed. Shyris Park, H12, Quito-Ecuador.
+1 (202) 3418609
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