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UAE initiative supports 5,000 indigenous people in Peru

Khaleejtimes 25 Nov 2022
... deployment in Latin America — impacting the lives of more than 5,000 indigenous people in Peru’s Ucayali ... Much of the land has been converted from rainforest to grasslands, and fish catches from the Ucayali River have been depleted, while the number of viable fruit trees dwindles.
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Beyond2020 Expands Global Reach with First Project in Latin America

Hastings Tribune 23 Nov 2022
Beneficiaries of the Beyond2020 deployment in the Yarinacocha district of Ucayali, Peru, enjoy a meal together (Photo ... Much of the land has been converted from rainforest to grasslands, and fish catches from the Ucayali River have become depleted, while the number of viable fruit trees also dwindles.
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Vatican repatriates mummies to Peru

Hawaii Catholic Herald 26 Oct 2022
By Cindy Wooden. VATICAN CITY — Completing a project to repatriate human remains held in the Vatican Museums’ ethnological collection, the Vatican and the government of Peru signed an agreement Oct ... They were found at an altitude of more than 9,800 feet in the Peruvian Andes along the Ucayali River. The mummies are assumed to be Incan ... .
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The Mennonites being accused of deforestation in the Peruvian Amazon

The Observer 11 Sep 2022
... Amazon Ucayali region ... The Guardian travelled for 14 hours by boat down the Ucayali river and drove for another hour along a muddy track to visit the community which sits about halfway between Pucallpa and Iquitos, the largest city in the world accessible only by boat or plane.
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Poaching Grounds: Wildlife Trafficking in Peru's Amazon

InSight Crime 02 Jun 2022
Source areas include Loreto, Ucayali and Madre de Dios ... Some traffickers use the rivers of Amazonas, Marañón, Huallaga, Putumayo, Ucayali, Pastaza, Saramiriza, Trapiche, Puhunahua and Mariscal Castilla to move wildlife around the region ... Pucallpa, the capital of Ucayali, is also a major collection and for wildlife trafficking in the region.
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Rainforest clearance by Mennonite settlers threatens indigenous Peruvians

La Prensa Latina 16 Mar 2022
Masisea, Peru, Mar 16 (EFE).- A cool morning breeze and the sun’s rays caress the back of Policarpo Sinarahua Taminchi, the 50-year-old leader of the Buenos Aires indigenous community in the eastern Peruvian region of Ucayali ... The Ucayali’s special environmental ...
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Pioneering abortion doctor fears Roe’s fall: ‘We’ll see a lot of ... women dying’

The Los Angeles Times 10 Mar 2022
BOULDER, Colo. — . Dr. Warren Hern doesn’t have to imagine what could befall many women in America if the Supreme Court strikes down Roe vs. Wade ... Women would arrive in septic shock, some probably hours from death ... ... Dr. Warren Hern listens to a baby’s lungs in a Shipibo village along the Ucayali River in the Amazon rainforest in Peru in 1964.
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Citrus County Chronicle 10 Feb 2022
Cacao beans are dried in the sun in ...
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The Times Saturday Quiz: December 4, 2021

The Times/The Sunday Times 04 Dec 2021
1 A lactometer is used to measure the density of which liquid?. 2 The Ucayali River is a main headstream of which South American river?Sponsored ... 10. .
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Peru Celebrates the 10th Anniversary of the Amazon River Being Named a Natural Wonder of ...

The Eastern Herald 30 Nov 2021
The nature that surrounds Iquitos, the regional capital city, appears infinite and is surrounded by the Amazon River and its tributaries, making boat or airplane the only means to reach it ... Peruvian Amazon River ... From Iquitos, travelers arrive by navigating to the exact point where the mighty Marañón and Ucayali rivers meet.
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Coca farming is destroying Peru’s Amazon. Is it time for a radical solution?

Open Democracy 22 Oct 2021
The Ucayali river, along which the Shipibo Conibo community have traditionally been based ... Four hours by motorboat from the region’s main city of Pucallpa, the community of Flor de Ucayali sits on the deceptively quiet banks of the Utuquinia tributary of the Ucayali, a serpentine river feeding the mighty Amazon.
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She fell 3km out of the sky, and walked away

The Irish Times 24 Jun 2021
Just before noon on the previous day – Christmas Eve, 1971 – Juliane, then 17, and her mother had boarded a flight in Lima bound for Pucallpa, a rough-and-tumble port city along the Ucayali River ... River water provided what little nourishment Juliane received ... became a river.
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The biologist who fell 10,000 feet to Earth

Hartford Courant 20 Jun 2021
Just before noon on the previous day — Christmas Eve, 1971 — the 17-year-old and her mother had boarded a flight in Lima bound for Pucallpa, a rough-and-tumble port city along the Ucayali River ... River water provided what little nourishment the teenager received ... became a river.
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The Biologist Who Fell to Earth

Yahoo Daily News 19 Jun 2021
Just before noon on the previous day — Christmas Eve, 1971 — the 17-year-old and her mother had boarded a flight in Lima bound for Pucallpa, a rough-and-tumble port city along the Ucayali River ... River water provided what little nourishment the teenager received ... became a river.

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