Azimuth World Foundation - Connecting the Dots

by Azimuth World Foundation

Hi, this is Azimuth World Foundation's podcast: Connecting the dots. We want to engage our community through these talks and shed light on issues that are important, urgent and need addressing. With the help of our guests, we will be connecting the dots between matters of access to Public Health and Safe Water and the balance between Humankind and Nature among indigenous and rural communities. 

Podcast episodes

  • Season 1

  • S01 E11 - Connecting the Dots with KILIII YUYAN

    S01 E11 - Connecting the Dots with KILIII YUYAN

    One of our current grantees is the Fundación Sobrevivencia Cofán, an Indigenous-led organization working to protect the Cofán-Bermejo Ecological Reserve. Shortly after awarding our grant, we asked the FSC to share some pictures of...

    59:56
  • S01 E10 - Connecting the Dots with RUI DIOGO

    S01 E10 - Connecting the Dots with RUI DIOGO

    The original inhabitants of the Great Lakes region of Central Africa, the Batwa were semi-nomadic forest-dwelling expert hunter-gatherers. In 1991, following conservation projects by the Ugandan government and Western internationa...

    53:56
  • S01 E09 - Connecting the Dots with JOSEFA CARIÑO TAULÍ

    S01 E09 - Connecting the Dots with JOSEFA CARIÑO TAULÍ

    In this episode, our guest will help us understand how vital the role of Youth, and more importantly, Indigenous Youth, is in reconciling Humankind and Nature. Josefa Cariño Tauli (Sefa) is an Ibaloi-Kankanaey Igorot Indigenous yo...

    21:26
  • S01 E08 - Connecting the Dots with NICOLE REDVERS

    S01 E08 - Connecting the Dots with NICOLE REDVERS

    The COVID-19 pandemic has brought Public Health to the forefront of our concerns for the 21st century and showed us how justice, politics, economics, education, and every sphere of our lives is inextricably linked to Public Health...

    30:30
  • S01 E07 - Connecting the Dots with JASON BALDES

    S01 E07 - Connecting the Dots with JASON BALDES

    On April 28, 2016 Congress passed the National Bison Legacy Act, which would lead to bison being named the US National Mammal. The Act recognizes the historical, cultural, and economic importance of bison, and how this species sta...

    36:34