Indigenous Maasai, Akie and Hazabe set their development priorities through data

In Tanzania, more than 4,000 indigenous people have benefited from the training on the Indigenous Navigator’s tools.

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Bangladesh: The power of evidence-based advocacy

The Indigenous Navigator project in Bangladesh has implemented activities with more than 400 beneficiaries and 15 indigenous communities have gathered their own data.

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Indigenous peoples in Cameroon are monitoring the implementation of UNDRIP

Back in February, local indigenous organisations in Cameroon started gathering indigenous data, involving 30 communities across the forested South and East regions of the country.

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The Indigenous Navigator helps respond to human development needs from within indigenous territories in Bolivia

The Indigenous Navigator tools have been useful to monitor the level of implementation of indigenous peoples rights in Bolivia, especially in two indigenous territories (Lomerío and Tapacarí Cóndor), which represent 15,000 indigenous people.

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The Indigenous Navigator provides a set of tools for indigenous peoples to systematically monitor the level of recognition and implementation of their rights.

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