In the words of justice Musoke, "the Batwa have been left disadvantaged, owing to their eviction from the said land (…) This has rendered them landless (...) destroyed their identity, dignity... ... read more
The presence of bison in North Dakota is meaningful to people across the state. However, no other groups have more reverence for these majestic animals than North Dakota's Indigenous tribes. ... read more
In 2006, the Ugandan Coalition of Civil Society Organizations made a grave warning about the Batwa, a 60,000-year-old indigenous people: they were in danger of extinction. Dispossession of their ances... read more
While we were building our partnership with Water Mission, we visited some projects in Uganda. We saw firsthand the impact these safe water systems have on so many families in so many communities. WAS... read more
In fiction, many have had the privilege and audacity to say what is often understood by the majority as a preposterous idea. But often, there are realities that some of us are able to perceive intuiti... read more
With each passing year, it becomes increasingly more inescapable to hear alarming news about biodiversity loss on our planet. While researchers collect and analyze more and more data, the contours of ... read more
Heinke Jäger, Chief Scientist at the Charles Darwin Foundation, talks about the importance of partnering with Azimuth World Foundation to save this unique habitat in the Galápagos and explains how eac... read more
Benjamin Filskov, country director at Water Mission Tanzania, on the impact of Kasulu Schools Hand Washing Stations installation. Azimuth World Foundation raised the necessary funds to install 30 hand... read more
As a charitable organization dedicated to supporting meaningful solutions that impact the world, Azimuth World Foundation carefully selects the projects to support and only partners with quality organ... read more
Ocean plastic poses a threat by also serving as a means for invasive species to travel, endangering unique ecosystems like the Galápagos Islands. Learn what can be done and who is responsible. read more
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