May 2017 Newsletter

Dear friends and supporters of Angels of the Amazon, AoA continues working and supporting the education of children in the villages of the Tahuayo. A new school year has started and our students are attending school sessions with excitement, dedication and passion for...

November 2016 Retrospective Newsletter

Dear friends and supporters of Angels of the Amazon, The ‘’Energizer Bunny” leader of Angels of the Amazon is Dolly Beaver, a woman whose indomitable will has been a force for good in a remote, forgotten corner of Amazon forest wilderness. Reachable only by boat...

April 2016 Newsletter

Dear Friends and Supporters of Angels of the Amazon, It is exciting to update you on the new and old projects that we have been working on in recent months in the Tahuayo area. The challenges, hard work and adventures never end when we try to achieve our goals,...

November 2015 Newsletter

Dear friends and supporters of Angels of the Amazon, This has been another great year for AoA! We had the opportunity to learn, get inspired, stretch minds and overall see the results of many projects and continue extending a helping hand where it was needed the most....

May 2015 Newsletter

Dear friends and supporters of Angels of the Amazon, In 2012, the upper Amazon basin suffered through a devastating environmental disaster, the worst flood in recorded history. Termed a once in a century flood that many hoped it would never be repeated, in April of...

September 2014 Newsletter

Dear friends and supporters of Angels of the Amazon, What an incredible and busy summer this has been for Angels of the Amazon(AoA) with lots of inspiration, mind bending and stretching. We started our summer putting to use our financial resources and the physical...
Keep Updated With The COVID-19 CrisisOur region is working towards a successful post-covid future. Keep updated with Angels of the Amazon to see how we're doing that

Amazonia Expeditions and Angels of the Amazon are working together to keep the economic, medical, and educational future of the residents of the Tamshiyacu Tahuayo Region. Your donations and awareness help us to keep our work going! If you'd like to keep up with our work, please visit our Angels of the Amazon website and facebook. 

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