Javari


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Javari

(Portuguese ʒavaˈri) or

Javary

n
(Placename) a river in South America, flowing northeast as part of the border between Peru and Brazil to join the Amazon. Length: about 1050 km (650 miles). Spanish name: Yavarí

Ja•va•ri

(ˌʒɑ vəˈri)

n.
a river in E South America, flowing NE from Peru to the upper Amazon, forming part of the boundary between Peru and Brazil. 650 mi. (1045 km) long.
Spanish, Yavarí.
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Los sistemas acuaticos evaluados en la cuenca del Amazonas fueron los rios Amazonas, Putumayo, Napo, Maranon, Ucayali, Cuyabeno, Yasuni, Lagartococha, Mamore, Itenez-Guapore, Grande, Madeira, Javari, Loretoyacu, Caqueta-Japura, Purus, y Tapajos; en la cuenca del Orinoco se evaluaron los rios Orinoco (Casiquiare, Medio y Delta), Meta, Guaviare, Bita, Arauca, Guayabero y Losada, y el rio Tocantins (Figura 1).
The government body said they hoped to make contact for the first time with members of the Korubo tribe, who live in complete isolation in the remote Javari valley indigenous reservation, in the far west of Brazil.
FUNAI, Brazil's indigenous affairs agency, said on Thursday the expedition set off into the Javari Valley reservation in the far west of Brazil, a region larger than Austria and home to the world's highest concentration of uncontacted tribes.
Por exemplo, a partir de fevereiro de 2010, os indios do Vale do Javari passaram a se utilizar de um diagnostico da saude indigena, produzido pelo Centro de Trabalho Indigenista (CTI) em articulacao com o saber acumulado pelas organizacoes indigenas e suas comunidades, para consubstanciar suas reivindicacoes junto a Sesai (16).
Secretary Ministry of Human Rights, Rabia Javari Agha informed the committee that only few culprits convicted in child abuse cases.
The tribe had never been photographed or videographed before 2017, when FUNAI, the Brazilian government body that establishes and carries out policies relating to indigenous peoples, captured a video of the tribe on an expedition in Vale do Javari or the Javari Valley - a reserved indigenous territory in the southwestern part of Amazon - during an attempt to monitor isolated communities.
All stakeholders play their due role making it a non-compoundable and non-bailable offence, said Secretary MOHR, Rabia Javari Agha.
A brief discussion of Pedro de Niemeyer Cesarino's ethnographic research among the Marubo, a Panoan people from the Javari Valley (Western Amazonas, Northwestern Brazil), (1) advances this argument, illustrating how a dynamics of unfolding and differential replication involving different beings that proliferate across the cosmos constitutes one of the main thrusts of poetic composition in Amerindian forms of expression--in a manner that is distinct from the Euro-American idea of ex nihilo creation as an event arising from an identifiable and fixed subject.
The tribe that suffered this latest atrocity is known as the flecheiros or Arrow People a seldom-glimpsed group of hunter-gatherers living in extreme isolation inside the Javari Valley indigenous land, one of a dozen reserves in the Amazon that are home to uncontacted indigenous populations.
Eram terras situadas entre o vale dos Rios Javari e Rio Beni e que, pertencia aos paises hispanicos vizinhos e, que sua localizacao nos mapas da America do Sul era dada como "tierras non descubiertas".
Abbi flew many a mission listening to "Jugni javari hal warey" before his bomber would cross the border and the airwaves would be silenced.