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Paraguayan indigenous community goes digital to protect ancestral lands
by Daniela Desantis
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20 May 2019
On 20 May 2019 Reuters reported:
Rumilda Fernandez's indigenous community has long tended its ancestral lands in Paraguay, marking boundaries with an ancient system of names for trees and streams. Now, squeezed by deforestation and farming, the community is going digital to defend itself.
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. . . The tech push is part of a project with the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, training eight indigenous youths from four Mbya communities in the district of Caaguazu, about 125 miles (200 km) east of the capital Asuncion.
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