Enawene Nawe

The Enawene-Nawe live in a region undergoing a process of change, between the plains and the rainforest, occupying an area of about 740,000 hectares, situated in the river Juruena valley, a tributary of the river Tapajos in the north-west of the state of Mato Grosso, Brazil. They belong to the Aruak linguistic family. Read More»


During our meetings with the Enawene-Nawe they have asked us to make their situation known to a larger number of people. We have therefore created this website and decided to put on the network the interviews that we carried out during our stay, allowing the Enawene themselves to tell the story. Watch now»

The Team

Five friends, who for some time have been taken an interest in the fate of isolated indigenous communities and let their problems be known, through exhibitions, publications, short films and the website. In January 2011 they visited Juina, in Mato Grosso, Brazil. Learn More»