Increasingly fewer people live in the remote upriver parts of the Heart of Borneo. And yet, some remote settlements show an impressive resilience in the face of recent changes.
Modernity and development have brought comforts that Dayak people not only are entitled to, but which are urgently needed. Medical services, education and electricity are just a few examples. However, other recent changes have disrupted - in some cases irreparably - the very fabric of these traditional lifestyles.
In this section, find out about recent issues and their impact in the Heart of Borneo: