Images for the testimonial document: “Territorial woven Ese Eja: beyond borders and protected areas” by the anthropologist Maria Ponce, thanks to a scholarship from The Fund for the Development of Indigenous Peoples of Latin America and the Caribbean, FILAC.

The anthropologist Maria Ponce has developed during scholarship  “The territorial woven Ese Eja: ancestral knowledge  and natural protected areas” a testimonial document  made in the communities of Sonene, Palma Real and Infierno in Peruvian Amazon forest.

The portraits and images about daily life  served as a visual support  in the research , that had run during November of 2015 to December of 2016.

IMPORTANT: the images here are those one that do not belong to the publication in process. Likewise, many thanks to the community Ese Eja by their trust to share their spaces, knowledge and everyday life.

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