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A WACC-supported protect in Costa Rica is helping women Indigenous leaders of the Cabécar nation use digital technologies strategically to connect younger generations with their community's culture, knowledge, and language.“Cabécar young people influenced by Western culture are becoming disconnected from ancestral wisdom,” says Kemly Camacho,...

WACC has partnered with the La Sandia Digital (Digital Watermelon) in Mexico to hone communications strategies for social movements and organizations to promote socio-environmental and gender justice. The project, co-funded by the Ford Foundation (Mexico), has sought to defend the right to clear communication strategies to...

The Methodist Development and Relief Agency (MeDRA), a WACC partner in Zimbabwe, is helping communities gain access to the knowledge they need to adapt to climate change. Communities in Zimbabwe are becoming increasingly vulnerable to protracted droughts and other climate-related disasters, notes MeDRA, a nongovernmental organization...

A WACC-supported initiative in Nicaragua is building the capacity of Indigenous community radio as a tool for rights advocacy, social justice, sustainable development, and cultural flourishing. WACC is partnering with CASEMIP RL (Cooperativa Agropecuaria de Servicios Multiples "Indian Pawanka" RL) to offer training in media production...

A WACC-supported initiative in Argentina is set to make radio a more powerful tool for Indigenous communities to uphold their rights and cultures. Local WACC partner Centro de Educación, Comunicación y Biblioteca Popular (CECOP), with the Argentine Forum of Community Radios (FARCO), is creating an Indigenous communicators...