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Uploaded on Aug 13, 2010
The Miranha and Ticuna people live in the state of Amazonas, deep in the Brazilian Amazon rainforest. They have had their indigenous territory recognised by the Brazilian government but, like many indigneous groups, they face difficulties as they seek to live sustainably on their land. Together with local partner, CIMI Tefe, CAFOD has trained people from two communities in how to use video cameras and tell their own story on film. The communities are now using their skills to raise awareness about the issues they're facing with local decision makers.