Write a letter for the Ayoreo

1. Write your letter, then 2. Complete it and 3. Mail it

In 2013 satellite images caught a subsidiary of Spanish construction company Grupo San José illegally clearing land inhabited by uncontacted Indians in Paraguay.

Contacted members of the Ayoreo tribe have been claiming title to land owned by the company for twenty years. For those Ayoreo who remain uncontacted, it’s a matter of life and death: they could be wiped out if forced contact is made, as uncontacted tribes lack immunity to diseases brought by outsiders. Many Ayoreo have died as a result of unwanted contact.

How you can help

Please take a few minutes to write to Grupo San José asking them to return the Ayoreo’s land.

Sr Jacinto Rey González
Grupo San José
C/Rosalía de Castro, 44
36001 Pontevedra

October 28, 2016

Dear Mr Jacinto Rey González

Will my letter make a difference?
Yes. Time and again, letters from Survival supporters have called governments and organisations to account. Policies have changed and lives have been saved.

Post or email?
We always provide an email address where we can get one, and where we think a message will get through. Sometimes we provide a postal address too. Posting a letter is always the most effective way of making your views known, by far. If you can, please post a letter.