http://www.america-latina.be Next exhibition at The Latin American House, in Brussels, Belgium. Rue du Collège 27, 1050 Ixelles, Brussels First floor. Vernissage on Friday 28th of April at 7pm. You are welcome to come and discover! La prochaine exposition des photos aura lieu dans la Maison de L'Amérique Latine à Bruxelles, Belgique. Rue du Collège 27, … Continue reading Photo exposition Koman Kenia in Brussels
Together with the Wallstreet Climbing Hall in Antwerp, we are organising a Benefit event on May the 13th: Climbing for Rainforest !
english // français // español "Some say that there was a village named Koman Kenia and that on the village’s edge, there was a river and on the river's bank, there was a magic tree. This tree gave fruits which were unique in the world. The birds who ate it turned into fish and swam in the … Continue reading The legend of Koman Kenia
Who are the Shipibo-Conibo ? The Shipibo-Conibo are an indigenous people of the Peruvian Amazon who live scattered in 150 communities along the Ucayali river. Some of them have relocated to the Peruvian city of Pucallpa, but the majority still lives over a large area of jungle forest extending all the way from Brazil to … Continue reading Who Why How
english // français // español http://www.ulule.com/komankenia/ The photo book is available now for sale via the DONATE section of KAPÉ's website and the crowdfunding platform Ulule at www.ulule.com/komankenia/ The money raised will be used to achieve various goals, notably obtaining the legal documents necessary to make Koman Kenia territory a protected indigenous reserve (see ''The Mission'' page). The … Continue reading The Koman Kenia Photobook
english // français KAPÉ's first goal is to make the lake and the territory of the Koman Kenia a protected area under state law. The association will work together with the chief of the Koman Kenia to secure land rights. Funds are needed to pay for the trip to the Ministry of Agriculture in Lima and for … Continue reading Crowdfunding Project Koman Kenia
The story is told by Florence Our story started five years ago, when Alice and I went to the wild rainforest for the first time. We first met Gabriel, a wise man from the Shipibo-Conibo’s community. The three of us embarked on a 19-hour bus ride crossing the Andes from Lima to Pucallpa. Once we … Continue reading The Roots