Screening of the documentary "Cordillera del Cóndor - Paraíso Amenazado" (Condor Mountain Range - Threatened Paradise) on an improvised screen of paper and tape at the headquarters of the Interprovincial Federation of Shuar Centers (FICSH) in Sucua, Province of Morona-Santiago. November 19, 2016. It was shown during a workshop of the Fundaciòn Tiam by the lawyer Mario Melo for the Shuar leaders of the differentes communities of Morona-Santiago to inform them on the real consequences of large scale mining.
Gerardo Gualinga, leader of the Wio group in the Kichwa Community of the native people of Sarayaku.
Wio is a small ant that lives in the jungle. Despite its size, its bite produces itching, fever and, if it is in the eye, blindness. So the name of the Sarayaku indigenous security group comes from. Strategically prepared, they monitor the territory when necessary, carry out rescue operations if necessary, take care of the women, the entry of foreigners and strangers into the territory controlled by them and the security of the President of the Board of Directors of Taysajaruta (Government of the native Kichwa people). Sarayaku Community, Pastaza Province.