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Cameroon's Baka people and the art of listening for honey bees

As a small child, Daniel Dindo learned how to travel deep into the rainforest of Cameroon and climb trees to collect honey without harming the bees or damaging their hive. Now, the land where he continues to practice this traditional harvest has been declared a protected area, and Daniel wonders what this will mean for the future of his village and his indigenous Baka culture.

A Collective Response for Territory and Life

Indigenous communities very often face territorial threats which call for an agile response to avoid them escalating. In this second post of a two-part series, Miluska Elguera, who works alongside Kichwa communities in San Martin, Peru, shares how an innovative Early Response Fund mechanism is supporting grassroots responses to territorial conflicts.

Una respuesta colectiva por el territorio y la vida

Muchas veces, las comunidades indígenas en la Amazonía peruana enfrentan amenazas territoriales que requieren una respuesta ágil para evitar que se intensifiquen. Miluska Elguera, que acompaña las comunidades kichwa en San Martín, Perú, describe un mecanismo innovador, el Fondo de Respuesta Temprano, para apoyar respuestas desde abajo a los conflictos territoriales.