Stories about Microgrants 2014
Eikofɨ: In the Bosom of Mother Earth
"We are the guardians of the earth's natural resources," shares the wise Juan Kuiru as recorded by the RV grantee project Yadiko Urukɨ from the Colombian Amazon.
Revitalizing the Tsimane’ Language in the Bolivian Amazon
Tsimane' Language Universe is one of the grantees of the project Rising Voices Amazonia, a long term initiative where members of the Tsimane’ society are involved.
A One-Sided Story: Bosnia and Herzegovina's Media Landscape
One of this year's micrograntees, The Post-Conflict Research Center, is taking steps to address the issue of media manipulation in Bosnia. Read more about why it's needed and what they plan to do.
Winning a Grant, Growing a Community: Orsolya Jenei
To get a sense of how it was to be a micrograntee, we asked Orsolya Jenei, the lead for the Mapping for Niger project, to share some of her experiences about the process. The project was a recipient in 2013 and is ongoing.