Ever since we interviewed Endorois activist Carson Kiburo for our video and podcast interview series "Connecting the Dots", we've been attentively following his important work to advance the rights of... read more
In this new episode of Azimuth World Foundation's interview series, we are incredibly honoured to have Alaka Wali as our guest. Alaka is the Curator of North American Anthropology in the Science and E... read more
Even as the role of Indigenous Peoples and traditional ecological knowledge in the fight against climate change became an important talking point for last month's Earth Day celebrations, the... read more
At the beginning of last year, Azimuth fundraised $42,500 for Water Mission to implement and help maintain a new safe water system at the Engucwini Health Centre in Malawi. This water system, which wa... read more
A short documentary by Azimuth World Foundation "The Grumeti Fund is a groundbreaking project. During my visit to Tanzania, I had the opportunity to visit the concession and talk to 3 team members abo... read more
Carson Kiburo talks to Azimuth's Executive Director Mariana Marques about the many issues surrounding indigenous communities in Kenya. Carson is a member of the Endorois of Kenya. He's a youth leader,... read more
An interview with Mr. Yeremiah Dusabe, chairperson of the United Organization for Batwa Development in Uganda (UOBDU) Just last August, we followed a historic win for the Batwa people. Uganda's Consti... read more
Sônia Guajajara, a mother and leader of the Brazilian Indigenous movement, and 25-year-old Samela Sateré-Mawé, activist and student—about their work and what people around the world can do to sup... read more
Andiisa Davis, the Bwindi Community Hospital nurse in charge of visits and assistance to the Batwa, sent us a new update that we are very excited to share. Over a year ago, AWF raised funds to award a... read more
Here's an excerpt of a presentation and Q&A by Mariana Marques, who shared Azimuth World Foundation's work with students at the D. Filipa de Lencastre High school, in Lisbon, Portugal. "We must le... read more
Just this year, Sharman Apt Russell, science and nature writer whose works have been translated into nine languages, published Within Our Grasp: Childhood Malnutrition Worldwide and the Revolution Tak... read more
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