"I dream of an Amazon region that fights for the rights of the poor, the original peoples and the least of our brothers and sisters, where their voices can be heard and their dignity advanced."
Download the PDFs below to read about the the important issues regarding human rights in Peruvian, Bolivian, and Venezuelan parts of the Amazon Basin. Dominicans have been working uninterruptedly for 123 years in the jungle of the Peruvian Southeast in an area of 150,000 km2 in two important basins: the Urubamba and Madre de Dios Basins. The fundamental objective of our presence, since the arrival in times of barbarism caused by rubber tapping, has been the defense of the land, life and dignity of the indigenous peoples that reside there.
But first, here is another short video of some of the people involved in this work: