This indigenous people inhabit the northeastern part of the Colombian and Brazilian Amazon. Its territory in Colombia corresponds to the eastern part of the Vaupes reservation, and is in the Caño Colorado, Pira Parana river. This indigenous people is also known as Barasana del sur, Janera or Panera.
The production of “The Living Well” with the Barasano people took place in the community of San Miguel, Pira Parana region, south of Vaupes. The name of the community in its own language is Yeba-bedihi-doria yagodo, which means "Settlement of the children of the anaconda."
The collective Jaguares del Yurupari was in charge of the realization of the stories “Rodori ~Wanore- Healing of the world”. The Jaguares del Yurupari collective is an emerging communication team of young people from the Pira Parana region, inheritors of the traditional knowledge of the Jaguares del Yurupari, attached to the Association of Captains and Traditional Indigenous Authorities of the Pira Parana River - ACAIPI. We invite you to watch the behind the scenes of this story of the Barasano people, scroll down and click on the video.