#WAFSAC

Indigenous Education Foundation Programs

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In 2008, Australian Rob Henry packed up his life in Melbourne and flew to the Mentawai Islands, Indonesia, in the hope of pursuing a more sustainable and fulfilling way of life. What he found instead were a people facing a threat far more pressing than his own.

9 years on, As Worlds Divide presents the story of Mentawai and a very unique opportunity to help them protect the future of their indigenous culture and forest by simply watching a film.

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100% of funds raised via #wafsac will be used to implement the Mentawai community’s indigenous education program over the next 10 years, enabling them to preserve their precious culture.

Film available in English, Spanish, Italian, Indonesian, French, German and Portuguese languages (subtitles).


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URGENCY"I am Sikerei. I possess the knowledge of our ancestors. Our children must have the opportunity to learn a Mentawai education. It's so important. It's vital that we are able to teach our children the songs, dances, medicines and taboos, before it's too late." Sikerei, Aman Masit Dere




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