In 2011, a partnership between Indigenous associations, academic institutions and civil society organisations launched Project COBRA. Its mission was to support Indigenous communities in the Guiana Shield of South America to identify, record and share their own solutions, and showcase these to the rest of the world.
In December 2016, Project COBRA’s researchers launched the Cobra Collective, a social enterprise for advancing the project’s achievements.
Two years after the end of Project COBRA, the Cobra Collective, funded by The Open University, interviewed key individuals that participated in, and/or benefited from, its legacy.
Project COBRA did lots of capacity-building, but what was the actual impact on participants? How did they use the skills and knowledge after the project ended? In this video, we asked: “What was the most significant change in capacity as a result of Project COBRA?”