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"Curawaka - Water is Life" poster. Design by Cedric Menard. 70 x 100 cm.

Digital album includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

Mose Full Discography (54 releases, including "Te Nande") and Curawaka "Call of the Wild" (digital downloads)

Limited Edition 0,75 L glass bottle with cork sleeve, produced by FLASKA for Curawaka. Especially made for the "Water is Life" campaign in order to help the Yawanawa people in Mutum, Brazil. Available for donations in Europe.

WaterNow "Water is Life" Limited Edition Steel Water Bottle. For cold and hot water. Available for donations in North/South America.

Beautiful t-shirt with "Curawaka - Water is Life" design. 100 percent cotton. Sizes XS - XL.

Beautiful t-shirt with "Curawaka - Water is Life" design. 100 percent cotton. Sizes XS - XL.

Handmade Generations bracelet from Tailfeather Designs (4 available)

During the Water is Life project phase 1 we gratefully attended the Yawanawa cultural festival for the birthday of Chief Matsini Yawanawa. This high resolution photo is shot by WaterNow's incredible photographer Yulli Nakamura and handpicked as a donation reward. It brings the spirit of the jungle into your home. Description of the photo: Spiritual leaders Matsini Yawanawa and Rasu Yawanawa, two of the tribes strongest pajés, perform a sacred prayer during ceremony.

During the Water is Life project phase 1 we gratefully attended the Yawanawa cultural festival for the birthday of Chief Matsini Yawanawa. This high resolution photo is shot by WaterNow's incredible photographer Yulli Nakamura and handpicked as a donation reward. It brings the spirit of the jungle into your home. Description of the photo: Spiritual leaders Chief Nixiwaka, Chief Matsini Yawanawa and Rasu Yawanawa perform a sacred prayer in ceremony during the Yawanawa Cultural Festival.

During the Water is Life project phase 1 we gratefully attended the Yawanawa cultural festival for the birthday of Chief Matsini Yawanawa. This high resolution photo is shot by WaterNow's incredible photographer Yulli Nakamura and handpicked as a donation reward. It brings the spirit of the jungle into your home. Description of the photo: for the birthday of Chief Matsini the Yawanawa perform a traditional dance during a spiritual ceremony around the SamaUma tree, the biggest tree of the Amazon Rainforest which is also called the Tree of Life.

During the Water is Life project phase 1 we gratefully attended the Yawanawa cultural festival for the birthday of Chief Matsini Yawanawa. This high resolution photo is shot by WaterNow's incredible photographer Yulli Nakamura and handpicked as a donation reward. It brings the spirit of the jungle into your home. Description of the photo: Yawanawa children are watching the traditional dances during a spiritual ceremony around the sacred SamaUma tree.

During the Water is Life project phase 1 we gratefully attended the Yawanawa cultural festival for the birthday of Chief Matsini Yawanawa. This high resolution photo is shot by WaterNow's incredible photographer Yulli Nakamura and handpicked as a donation reward. It brings the spirit of the jungle into your home. Description of the photo: Yawanawa people wearing their traditional clothing while crossing the river to reach the sacred SamaUma tree, the Tree of Life, for a sacred ceremony during the Yawanawa Cultural Festival.

During the Water is Life project phase 1 we gratefully attended the Yawanawa cultural festival for the birthday of Chief Matsini Yawanawa. This high resolution photo is shot by WaterNow's incredible photographer Yulli Nakamura and handpicked as a donation reward. It brings the spirit of the jungle into your home. Description of the photo: for the birthday of Chief Matsini the Yawanawa perform a traditional dance during a spiritual ceremony around the SamaUma tree, the biggest tree of the Amazon Rainforest which is also called the Tree of Life.

During the Water is Life project phase 1 we gratefully attended the Yawanawa cultural festival for the birthday of Chief Matsini Yawanawa. This high resolution photo is shot by WaterNow's incredible photographer Yulli Nakamura and handpicked as a donation reward. It brings the spirit of the jungle into your home. Description of the photo: Hushahu Yawanawa, one of the first female spiritual leaders, performs a spiritual cleansing during a ceremony, a practice of ridding the energetic space of negative energies.

Professional 50 cm Shamanic Drum in reindeer skin handmade by Alberto Arroyo from Curawaka. This is the type of drum used by Anna Bariyani in Curawaka´s recordings and concerts. The markings is an ancient Nordic way of decorating drums using Chaga mushroom. Each drum is completely unique. Handmade drumstick is included.

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“Water is Life” phase 2 – Clean Water for the Yawanawa People

'Water is life' project phase 2 Fundraiser campaign in support of the Yawanawa People of Mutum by Curawaka, WaterNow, Mose. . . . .

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