Calling all junior school educators discussing the Amazon rainforest - this video is a must-see for your students. Over 1 million tribal and Indigenous people live in the Amazon. Here we join the Awá tribe, one of 400 tribes that call the world’s largest rainforest home. Thanks to their extraordinary botanical and zoological knowledge, Amazonian tribal peoples can be healthy, self-sufficient and happy living in, and from, the forest. But crucially, they can only continue to live well in the Amazon if outsiders are stopped from invading and destroying their land: Amazonian tribal and Indigenous peoples can only survive if the rainforest does too. They are doing everything they can to protect their forest and everything must be done to support them in their struggle.