1. Meli Bees Network

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    Meli Bees Network brings systemic regenerative support to the most endangered areas in the Amazon. They do so by working together with local traditional communities, engaging them in a Network of trust, where they can connect with other traditional communities to interact, share experiences and find support to develop regenerative practices.

    Meli already has members from more than 15 different groups of Amazonian traditional communities – Indigenous villages, quilombos and smallholder “assentamentos”. They aim to learn about their stories, local reality, wishes and skills – and from there find the best practices to work with. Meli also connects them with the needed technical and scientific support and provides the tools needed to develop the best practices to have a social and environmental positive impact, such as education, agroecology and native beekeeping.

    They hope to be able to reach hundreds of communities in the next five years, and at the same time develop a deep connection with each one of them.

  2. FIAN International

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    FIAN International was founded in 1986 as the first organisation to advocate for the realization of the right to food and nutrition. Holding a consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council, FIAN is active in more than 50 countries.

    FIAN International exposes violations of people’s right to food and related rights wherever they may occur and stands up against undue and oppressive practices that prevent people from feeding themselves. The struggle for adequate nutrition is a critical component to the right to food, moving the debate beyond medicalized interventions and towards food systems that support healthy diets and ecosystems.

    By holding governments accountable, it strives to secure people’s access to and control over natural resources as well as to halt the increasing corporate influence over our livelihoods, health and nutrition, now and for future generations.

  3. Autonome Heilschule Wendland

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    The “Autonome Heilschule Wendland” is a project in creation.

    We want to establish a healing school, where people can self-study or attend daily classes, that is open for everyone that wants to learn about alternative medicine and treatments, to find individual approaches to their health. It is a place for support and exchange with a medicinal garden, apothecary, movement room and more.

    We will organise regular courses and workshops to facilitate the transmission of knowledge from specialists to the people, regardless of their income, background and identities.