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Survival International and International Rivers report on threats to biodiversity and indigenous  livelihood.

A massive hydroelectric dam and associated land grabs for plantations threaten the tribes of the Lower Omo River.

The tribes have lived in this area for centuries and have developed techniques to survive in a challenging environment.

They have not been consulted about the dam or the plantations and stand to lose their livelihoods based on the river’s natural flood cycle.