TRACEABILITY & UPDATES
You can watch our first update of the year with a self-documented video by the families in charge of the tree nurseries here:
Our plans were to travel to the communities shortly before the global lockdown in March. Everything got canceled and we had to reorganize the whole project. The community has remained in isolation since then.
Normally we film and document the sowings and the whole process as we are filmmakers and this project is a Storytelling platform too. Now we passed this part to the families we are working with. It is a challenge to communicate with them due to the lack of internet access, but we were able to re-organize everything and are very happy to present to you the outcome. They started with self-documenting during these very hard times for everyone and tried their best with the possibilities they have.
Some of them do not want to show up in videos, or photos and we totally honor and respect that, although, for us and the donors it is important to see the actions that were taken. By working together we have been able to find a balance that works for everyone are able to share that with you.
Self-documentation by the Indigenous Wiwa Film Collective, They are going to be in charge of our in-site professional visual documentation.
Monthly Reforestation and growing updates through our newsletter and social media campaigns.
TRACK YOUR IMPACT!
First phase with the interactive impact map where we are going to geolocalized all our trees planted and monitor data from restoration sites to better track development and impact through https://resthor.eco/
FIRST YEAR`S IMPACT & FINANCIAL REPORT
In our first year of founded, we plant the seeds of change. Thank you very much for walking The Jungle with us and start this beautiful dream together.