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The Ticuna are an indigenous people group that live in the Amazon River region of Brazil, Colombia, and Peru.  Jose Carlos Santos, the Executive Director of RTM-Brazil has visited the Ticuna, and they hold a special place in his heart.  In fact, RTM-Brazil already has radio programs produced in the Ticuna language, but they don't have a radio signal strong enough to reach them.  That's one of the reasons why it's vital that TWR increase the transmitter power from Bonaire so that the Ticuna can be reached.

Click here to learn more about the Bonaire Transmitter Power Upgrade Project

(Photo of Jonatas Hudner, Interpreter, Jose Carlos Santos, Executive Director of RTM-Brazil, Andy Napier, and Samuel Mattos, Studio Director of RTM-Brazil)