Is the newly elected Peruvian government turning its back on indigenous peoples’ land rights and putting profits before people? All the signs suggest they are.
Two months after millions are affected by floods, many are still living in temporary shelters.
Residents are working around the clock to hold back the rising water and reinforce their homes, but official aid is urgently needed.
In the shanty towns that have sprung up outside Lima, Peru, residents have strong allies against epidemics: dedicated local agencies and health workers.
On the fringes of Peru’s capital city, where disaster looms over migrant families, Rosario Quispe and PREDES are dialing down the risks.
Lessons from the fight to protect sacred lands and clean water in North Dakota.