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The Uncontacted Indians of Peru

Hosted by: Survival International USA

About The Uncontacted Indians of Peru

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At risk of extinction from disease and land loss

In the depths of the Amazon rainforest in Peru live tribes who have no contact with the outside world.

Oil workers and illegal loggers are invading their land and bringing disease. They won’t survive unless this stops.

We need volunteers to help with:

Distribute Survival literature

January 3, 2012 7:00pm
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We can send you Survival brochures, bulletins and posters to distribute or display in a local library, museum, at work or anywhere you think they will get noticed. If you would like to receive Survival literature by post, please complete the form below.

For more ideas on how you can get active for Survival, see our ‘Walk your talk’ guide. For more information go to

Write a letter

January 3, 2012 7:00pm
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Tribal peoples do not just die out. They’re killed – and the people killing them have names and addresses.

Letters are a powerful expression of public opinion. Time and again, they have proved an effective tool for securing change by calling governments and organisations to account

The letters you write will help tribal peoples win recognition of their land rights, put an end to logging or mining on their land, and halt government violence and oppression. For a complete list go to

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