As maestrantes of Educational Management of the Ability of Social Sciences of the UTM, and in the desire of demonstrating the learning reached in English's module with our facilitator Lice. Juan Carlos Echeverría, we put to consideration the present work denominated AMAZON CULTURES of Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela.
The same one that is fruit of arduousinvestigations and work sessions in team where we have offered the best in our efforts for the culmination of the same one.
It is worth to highlight that they have taken into account the more recent and more valuable contributions etnographics, historical, cultural and social picked up of internet that give faith of the development, quality and depth of knowledge of these town of the Amazon basin.
Inturn this information allows stilling achieving a global vision of these not very well-known indigenous groups for most of its fellow citizens.
For it, it has been opted to capture in this work important aspects as geographical location, social organization, economic activities, their biodiversity, health and education.
We hope this investigation work is of its pleasure and serve asconsultation source in some moment.
They live among 40 people. They build in circle. They´re nomadic, they cultivate: yam and potato. They gather wild products and eat frogs, also hunt. They dress cotton strings in the body and are cannibal in rituals. Piaroa: They live in the banks of the Orinoco and their tributary rivers. They speak a language it salivates. Guahibo:Inhabit the Plains of the Orinoco. They´re nomadic, practice agriculture, the yucca, also the hunt, the fishing and raise hens and pigs.
They live in harmony with the nature. The language is the Tupí, Arawák, macrayé, languages caribes and Portuguese. Reservations native exist as the park Xingú in estate MatoGrosso. The tribes are: Aché, awá, Guarani, Kamayurá,baniwa,terena, waorani, zuruaha. These towns live off the hunt, the fishing, gathering of fruits, agriculture and the ceramic. Their housings are wooden; they have likes for circular housings. They are expressed in the art through the sculpture, paintings of the body, it dances and music.
It is one of the richest in South America, both in their ethnic, cultural and scenic.
Much of itspopulation consists of indigenous tribes who share their habitat with nature, is a huge forest area and least populated. Preserve their customs, their language, their culture and traditions. The main cultures are: Nukaks, Tuitoto, Yagua, Ticuna, Tucano, Inga. The Nukaks still retain their nomadic habits; eating habits of other cultures are based on agricultural products native to the region, alongwith hunting and fishing.
The Amazon region of the Ecuador understands Orellana, Pastaza, Napo, Sucumbíos, Morona Santiago, Zamora Chinchipe, extends around 120.000 km2 of exuberant vegetation characteristic of the humid-tropical forests. The main cultures plows: Siona, Cofan Dureno, Secoyas, Huaorani, Záparos, Quichuas, Achuar, Shuar; their economic activities are basedmainly on the hunt, the fishing and in some occasions the tourism. They cultivate the coffee and the cotton and they elaborate of crafts, their official languages are spanish, a'inagae, paicoca and zápara.
Their population belongs approximately to 300000 inhabitants. Among the most important cultures we have: The Asháninkas, Quechua, Chayahuitas, Amueshas, Matsiguengas and theNomatsiguengas. They have been organized in indigenous representative movements that look after their interests, the flora and fauna is diverse, there is high index of illiteracy, they feed of the agriculture, it hunts, he/she fishes, they raise animals as hens and guinea pigs, the marriages are endogamos, and bilateral, they look for to be developed without losing its identity, they have the...