Tambopata, Peru

Videographer/Photographer for Social Project In the Amazon Jungle

Support Life on Land,Climate Action,Sustainable Cities and Communities

Skills Needed

  • Multimedia
  • Photography
  • Videography

Estimated workload

Full-time

Role

Trainer (Typically 1 - 4 weeks)

Language Proficiencies

You must be able to speak English.

When Can You Start?

You can start ASAP

Benefits

Meals

Accommodation

Project Details


Description and Impact

In the last 35 years more than 95 thousand hectares of forest have been deforested from Madre de Dios Region in Southeastern Peru.

Madre de Dios is one of the most remote and biodiverse regions of the world. It’s a place where countless scientists, explorers, and adventurers have traveled to in order to discover what lies within it and to test what they’re made of.

Madre de Dios is the most degraded region in the Amazon rainforest. The Madre de Dios region comprises the sector with the biggest degradation caused by the informal extraction of gold from the entire Amazon rainforest. In addition to this negative impact on the environment, these illegal practices also exploit children (especially girls).

Our Eco Lodge is in charge of preserving and protecting 94 Hectares of the Peruvian Amazon Rainforest. Additionally, we are also the founders of an environmental education and development project called "Children Bamboo Rainforest".

The project seeks to work with bamboo as an innovative resource for the conservation of the Amazon rainforest, with community education involving children and adolescents in this process. The Children Bamboo Rainforest will be a healthy and safe space to promote knowledge and conservation of bamboo and its natural environment and ecosystem (flora and fauna) and igniting interest in conservation. The Children Bamboo Rainforest belongs to the Children's Land Network of ANIA  (Association for Children and their Environment), which adds its experience to the conservation of the rainforest of this region. Our mission is to reduce deforestation in the Amazon region through the education of proper bamboo management practices in schools, communities and private companies.

Our project won one of the Ned Jaquith Foundation Grants for 2018/2019. We're looking for an experteer to help us share the impact of our work is the most effective way!

Deliverables

We are seeking a videographer/photographer to come to our Eco Lodge in the Amazon Rainforest to shoot videos and photos we will then use in advertising/promotional materials for the hotel and the social impact bamboo project.

Other requirements

Our ideal candidate must be independent, positive, professional, with a strong interest in wildlife, community education, and the environment.

We Provide These Local Benefits


Benefits Overview

  • Accommodations
  • Learning Opportunity
  • Meal Stipend

Accommodation

We have a house-office in the city where you have all the services and you can stay in a shared room. We also have large gardens and pool.

Sometimes you will also stay at our hotel in the middle of the jungle and some other native communities for the creation of the multimedia materials.

Learning Opportunity

You will learn some spanish, now more about nature and wildlife, it will be a unique experience and incredible memory. Learn about a grassroots social enterprise from the inside!

Food Stipend

We have a kitchen so we will provide a weekly food budget so you can make your meal, normally we all cook as a team.
We always eat all the organic foods from the jungle

 

Additional Benefits

You will discover and explore the amazon jungle, also sometimes you can join yoga and some tour to the junlge

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