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The Right to be Different

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Full title: The right to be different. The struggle for water and identity in the Andes.

In the Licto area, Ecuador, the indigenous population fought for its water. Indian peasants headed the design, construction and organization of the irrigation system. After more than 20 years the water finally reached the community.  The story is told by Inés Chapi, an indian woman, who came a long way from being oppressed and discriminated against to become a most respected irrigation organizer and peasant leader,

More info: WUR IWE and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Produced by: Agrapan and WUR
Year: 2003
Language: English
Region: Ecuador



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