1 'La Marca' San Martin (the San Martin 'Brand')

La Marca San Martin promotes competitive differentiation for products and services of San Martin that meet the attributes defined by a Public - Private Committee to manage the brand (among private members are the Chamber of Commerce of Tocache, Palm Oil industry Loreto and San Martin SA and Rice Producers Association of San Martin). This initiative aims capitalize on sustainable supply chain initiatives and advances San Martin efforts to promote sustainability through a Production-Protection Approach.The Marca Currently has a committee comprised of both public and private sector representatives which is driving the initiatives and define the criteria and rules of use for using the trademark and logo.

Initiative Type
Technical Assistance Partnership
Initiative Status
In Progress
Partners
  • NORAD
  • Mecanismos de Desarrollo Alternos
  • Earth Innovation Institute.
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
2 Activities to improve forest governance in Ucayali

Ucayali is implementing the following actions directed by the Regional Environmental Authority financed with internal resources and with the support of civil society partners:Complete the process of the Economic and Ecological Zoning meso level;Develop Expedited Procedure for Timber Forest Concessions by an estimated 800,000 Ha;Implementation Virtual Platform for Monitoring and Control of Forest by spatial data Infrastructure (IDER);Registration forest plantations of fast growing species:. 2424.757 hectares of a total of 441 Registration plantations; Design proposals for two regional conservation areas with 151,500 ha in size, Tamaya - Abujao and Laguna Encantada (Atalaya); Development a pilot Community Forest Management (322,857.193 ha with permission from timber logging and nontimber) and a pilot of Local Forests: ( Ha 7,500.00, 7,000.00 timber ha and 500.00 hanon timber).

Initiative Type
Technical Assistance Partnership, Public Investment
Initiative Status
In Progress
Partners
  • TPIH
  • CEDIA
  • GIZ
  • Nature and Culture International
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
3 Avoided deforestation for sustainable forest management in forest concessions for timber production with FSC certification (Maderacre and Maderyja)

The main objective is emission reductions validated by the Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) and certified by the Climate and Biodiversity Alliance Cammunity. The project has a concession until 2035 and is still under implementation.

Initiative Type
REDD+ Project
Initiative Status
In Progress
Partners
  • AIDER
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
4 Binational Integrated Management of transboundary river basins as mitigation and adaptation to climate change water without frontiers

The initiative will improve binational watershed management of the border area with Ecuador- Peru. The project seeks to advance both climate change adapatation and mitigation measures and will help reduce povertyfrom 2016-2018.. Currently the project is undergoing a participatory process to establish forest roundtable. The project is supported by partner organizations likeEIA, ECO, REDD, Ecological Forum and DAR.

Initiative Type
Technical Assistance Partnership
Initiative Status
In Progress
Partners
  • AIDESEP
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
5 Biocorredor Martin Sagrado - REDD +

The project enhances connectivity between Rio National Park Abiseo and the Alto Mayo Protected Forest, and is part of Conservation Corridor Abiseo Condor - Kukutú. The project involves legal registration, control and surveillance, non-timber economic activities, education and awareness, community empowerment and organizational strengthening, promotion and communication, international liaison and international certification. The project is in execution. It has been verified under the VCS.

Initiative Type
REDD+ project
Initiative Status
In Progress
Funding Source
Fundación Amazonia Viva, Acopagro, Pur Project
Funding Amount
$80M to implement 295,654 hectares
Partners
  • Fundación Amazonia Viva
  • Acopagro
  • Pur Project
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
6 Bosques Andinos Program - Phase 1 (considers Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Venezuela and Argentina)

This project considers working with DGFEA-MINAM on the design of incentives for forest conservation and water harvesting based on previous experiences that provide evidence (such as water funds, MRSE, others). It also considers contributing to the sectoral goals of the government and the commitments of the country within the framework of the NDCs. Likewise, it considers promoting the national plan for the recovery of degraded areas and promoting the national forest plan to incorporate the zoning of Andean forests, as well as a pilot in Apurímac, as well as the prevention of forest fires through a prevention plan. There is no detailed information on the specific activities of this project for Amazonas.

Initiative Type
Project implemented by a consortium integrated by HELVETASS Swiss Intercooperation and CONDESAN
Initiative Status
In implementation (2014-2019)
Funding Amount
CHF 6,900,000 (approximately USD 6,929,670) Total executed in Amazonas not specified.
Partners
  • SERFOR
  • HELVETASS
  • Swiss Intercoperation
  • CONDESAN
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
7 Building the Resilience of Wetlands in the Province of Datem del Marañón, Peru

The swamps of Datem del Marañón hold a total carbon stock estimated at around 3.78 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2 eq.). The project will avoid deforestation of an estimated 4,861 hectares of palm swamp and terra firma forests over a 10-year period and enhance resilience and conservation of 343,000 ha of peatlands and forest. Climate change will also have profound impacts on the region, with more frequent droughts, flooding, and heatwaves, and changes in primary productivity, affecting people and ecosystems.

The project will facilitate better land-use planning and management of the region’s wetlands, while strengthening sustainable, commercial bio-businesses of non-timber forest products. It will entrust indigenous communities with the management of resources, improve their livelihoods, and empower women in the decision-making processes.

The funding will support government departments in developing the land-use plan, and provide support to community-based organizations for the participation of indigenous people. The largest share of funds will support bio-businesses, including for business plans, marketing and management, equipment and supplies, and the development of solar energy for operations. The nature-based products include salted fish, smoked meat, aguaje pulp (from palm trees), and “dragon’s blood,” a croton tree resin used as an antiinflammatory and anti-viral.

Initiative Status
Approved in 2015, estimated completion in 2022.
Funding Source
Green Climate Fund, Govt of Korea
Funding Amount
$9.1 million
Partners
  • Peruvian Trust Fund for National Parks and Protected Areas (Profonanpe)
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
8 Capacity Building Management System Regional Natural Areas Conservation

The initiative will create 15 Private Conservation Areas. Currently, Piura has 233,382.10 hectares of conservation areas, which represents 6.5% of the regional territory as part of the Regional Conservation System.

Initiative Type
Public Investment
Initiative Status
In Pogress
Partners
  • Servicio Nacional de Áreas Naturales Protegidas - SERNANP
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
9 Carbon Fund (proposed Program Document for Reducing emissions)

The Ministry of the Environment and the World Bank are designing a Program Document for the Reduction of Emissions (ERPD), which leads to payment for results as a result of the implementation of actions in the field and verification of the reduction of emissions that are estimated as a result of those actions. The Program is in the design stage. The scope is limited to the San Martín and Ucayali Regions.

Initiative Type
Emission reduction program
Initiative Status
In ERPD design (emission reduction program document)
Funding Amount
Up to USD35,000,000 in potential purchases of reductions in the San Martin and Ucayali Regions. The final budget of the program will depend on the signing of the agreement for reducing emissions and obtaining them.
Partners
  • Ministry of the Environment
  • Carbon Fund
  • world Bank
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
10 Carbon Fund (proposed Program Document for Reducing emissions)

The Ministry of the Environment and the World Bank are designing a Program Document for the Reduction of Emissions (ERPD), which leads to payment for results as a result of the implementation of actions in the field and verification of the reduction of emissions that are estimated as a result of those actions. The Program is in the design stage. The scope is limited to the San Martín and Ucayali Regions.

Initiative Type
Emission reduction program
Initiative Status
In ERPD design (emission reduction program document)
Funding Amount
Up to USD35,000,000 in potential purchases of reductions in the San Martin and Ucayali Regions. The final budget of the program will depend on the signing of the agreement for reducing emissions and obtaining them.
Partners
  • Ministry of the Environment
  • Carbon Fund
  • world Bank
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
11 Carbon, social and biodiversity baseline for the "Los Amigos" Conservation Concession

The concession in the river basin Los Amigos was created in July 2001. The project began in 2008 and currently continues operate actively. The goal is to design a Biological Station in Madre de Dios to train professionals and promote research on biological resources and their environment.

Initiative Type
Technical Assistance Partnership
Initiative Status
In Progress
Funding Source
Partnership Conservation of the Amazon basin (ACCA)
Funding Amount
$50M
Partners
  • Partnership Conservation of the Amazon basin (ACCA)
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
12 Cedisa- Agrobanco (Global Canopy)

Implement sustainable production patterns.

The intervention has the following objectives:

  • develop innovative financing models to reduce or lessen the deforestation;
  • guiding efforts towards sustainable production systems of regional impact;
  • determine the costs of the transition from a traditional production scheme towards a model of sustainable production, and
  • cash flow and the value of environmental services involved.
Initiative Type
Finance Initiative
Initiative Status
In Progress
Partners
  • Global Canopy Program
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
13 Conservation Concession High Huayabamba - REDD +

The project is located within the Conservation Concession Alto Huayabamba. The activities to prevent deforestation are: sustainable productive activities, education, and enhanced governance.The beneficiary families belong to the districts of Amazonas, La Libertad and San Martin. The project is seeking VCS and CCB validation.

Initiative Type
REDD+ project
Initiative Status
In Progress
Partners
  • AMPA Amazónicos por la Amazonia
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
14 Conservation Initiative Altomayo BPAM - REDD +

The project is investing in activities to improve the governance capacity of the Alto Mayo Natural Protected Area-NPA and buffer zone to address illegal activities and improve coordination between local communities and the administration of the protected area. Peruvian Society for Environmental Law (SPDA) acts as legal advisor of the project and the Association for Integrated Research and Development (AIDER) acts as technical advisor the project. Standards VCS and CBB were used. The project has been implemented and has already issued and sold carbon credits the international market.One of its main instruments of REDD+ project here is Conservation Agreements. It is an intervention model that creates an alliance between the local populations within the ANP with the Head of BPAM. Establishes concrete conservation actions who combine human activity and tend to ensure the functionality of the ecosystems of NPA. In return, volunteers subscribers of these agreements benefit from technical assistance and working capital, based on inputs and materials that generate sustainable business ventures, directly contributing to socioeconomic development of the Alto Mayo basin.

Initiative Type
REDD+ Project
Initiative Status
In Progress
Funding Source
Conservation International
Funding Amount
$3.5M
Partners
  • Conservation International
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
15 Development of capacities for forest conservation and REDD + mechanisms in the Republic of Peru

This project considers technical assistance to implement key components of the National Strategy on Forests and Climate Change. Among the programmed activities are considered: a) develop and implement a multisector management system, effectively implement and strengthen actions against deforestation, b) complete the diagnosis and baseline vulnerability of forest ecosystems including wetlands through the introduction of technologies advanced remote sensing, c) contribute to the construction of the national forest and wildlife plan, d) facilitate the process of participation of public and private actors, e) support the implementation of SNCVFFS, f) implement training in new platforms for detection of alerts provided by JICA-JAXA cooperation and others, g) strengthening capacity for the classification of forest / non-forest cover in dry forests, and h) transfer of technical capacities at the national and sub-national levels. Specific activities for Piura will be defined in 2019.

Initiative Type
Project of technical cooperation through JICA to national agencies (MINAM-PNCB, SERFOR-MINAGRI)
Initiative Status
In implementation
Funding Amount
Undefined
Partners
  • Ministry of the Environment
  • Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation
  • SERFOR
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
16 Execution of contract partial operations of management in the Tambopata National Reserve and Bahuaja-Sonene National Park

The management contract was issued by the Peruvian Government in 2007. AIDER assumes responsibility for operations since 2008 with a duration of 20 years. The project has already completed sale carbon credits to various national and international buyers.

Initiative Type
REDD+ Project
Initiative Status
In Progress
Partners
  • AIDER
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
17 Expansion of the alliance for reforestation projects with medicinal species, native, exotic and ecotourism species in support for rural communities

8 million soles for Afforestation, Reforestation and Ecosystem Restoration in the Pachitea-Puerto Inca Basin, development of 2,500 hectares to support 2,500 beneficiaries in rural and native communities.

The project is in the initial stagesof development and would adopt a produce-protect approach to protect forests.The project presents an opportunity to stop the expansion of deforestationand to source raw materials to localities with forestry potential and give sustainability to forest conservation activities and the protection ofendangered native communities. At the moment it is inserted in the Multiannualprogramming to 2021, of the Regional Government Huánuco.

Initiative Type
Public Private Partnership
Initiative Status
In Discussion
Partners
  • Regional Government of Huánuco and multiple provinces and districts
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
18 Forest Investment Program (FIP)

The overall objective of FIP is:

  1. support the efforts of developing countries in reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation;
  2. promoting sustainable forest management that lead to reduced emissions of greenhouse gases and preservation of carbon stocks.

In Ucayali the investment plan is under development for the province of Atalaya, and in San Martin for the Tarapoto - Turimaguas area. Both plans are expected to be finalized in 2017. Public investments will be used to support integrated forest landscape management, governance, legalization of lands, property titling and registration, environmental assets valuation.

Initiative Type
Public investment, Technical Assistance Partnership
Initiative Status
In Design
Funding Source
Peruvian State Funds Investment Climate
Funding Amount
$50M
Partners
  • Peruvian State Funds Investment Climate
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
19 Forest Investment Program (FIP)

The overall objective of FIP is:

  1. support the efforts of developing countries in reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation;
  2. promoting sustainable forest management that lead to reduced emissions of greenhouse gases and preservation of carbon stocks.

In Ucayali the investment plan is under development for the province of Atalaya, and in San Martin for the Tarapoto - Turimaguas area.Both plans are expected to be finalized in 2017.Public investments will be used to support integrated forest landscape management, governance, legalization of lands, property titling and registration, environmental assets valuation.

Initiative Type
Public investment, Technical Assistance Partnership
Initiative Status
In Design
Funding Source
Peruvian State Funds Investment Climate.
Funding Amount
$50M
Partners
  • Peruvian State Funds Investment Climate
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
20 Forest Investment Programme- Integrated Forest Landscape Management Along the Main Route Between Tarapoto and Yurimaguas in the Regions of San Martin and Loreto

Anticipated project, to be finalized in 2018.

Initiative Status
Awaiting final approval
Funding Source
World Bank, IADB
Funding Amount
$12 million
21 Great Landscapes Program - Putumayo Amazonas
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Initiative Type
Local Communities
Partners
  • Instituo de Bien Comun
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
22 Holistic Model Project with Long Term Vision - Secure Retirement

REDD + activities 5,500 hectares // 33 million trees.

This program comprises 03 reforestation projects with Acopagro, Oro Verde Fundacion Amazonia Viva (Corredor Martin Sagrado). These are projects that seek install agroforestry systems and forests mass. The first stage of the project has concluded.

Initiative Type
REDD+ project
Initiative Status
In Progress
Partners
  • FUNDAVI
  • Pur Project
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
23 Implementing Strategies for transition at regional level towards a low-emission rural development in Indonesia, Peru, Mexico, Colombia and Kenya

Development of policies and monitoring instruments for rural development plan for the Amazon.

This project seeks reduce emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions associated with deforestation and promote sustainable use of natural resources in the field of six regional governments in the Peruvian Amazon as contribution to mitigation and adaptation to climate change, biodiversity conservation, improved livelihoods of the local population and the development of practices regional, national and international policies and market mechanisms for rural development under emissions.The project will be implemented in two scales. At the interregional scalepolicies and monitoring instruments will be developed for rural development plans for the Amazon under a competitive, inclusive and low emission approach. The second scale is local and focuses on the basin of the Pachitea to develop a platform for low-emission rural development and strengthen capacities of local authorities and indigenous organizations. Work on the Pachitea is led by Instituto del Bien Comun - IBC.

The project is expected achieve as first product the development of an Interregional Plan for promotion of a low emission development involving all participating regions. The project will also develop a platform for performance monitoring territorial performance as well as models of competitive and inclusive governance and incentives to reduce deforestation.

Initiative Type
Technical Assistance Partnership
Initiative Status
Under Implementation
Partners
  • Regional Governments
  • Forest Trends
  • IBC
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
24 Implementing Strategies for transition at regional level towards a low-emission rural development in Indonesia, Peru, Mexico, Colombia and Kenya

Development of policies and monitoring instruments for rural development plan for the Amazon.

This project seeks reduce emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions associated with deforestation and promote sustainable use of natural resources in the field of six regional governments in the Peruvian Amazon as contribution to mitigation and adaptation to climate change, biodiversity conservation, improved livelihoods of the local population and the development of practices regional, national and international policies and market mechanisms for rural development under emissions.The project will be implemented in two scales. At the interregional scalepolicies and monitoring instruments will be developed for rural development plans for the Amazon under a competitive, inclusive and low emission approach. The second scale is local and focuses on the basin of the Pachitea to develop a platform for low-emission rural development and strengthen capacities of local authorities and indigenous organizations. Work on the Pachitea is led by Instituto del Bien Comun - IBC.

The project is expected achieve as first product the development of an Interregional Plan for promotion of a low emission development involving all participating regions. The project will also develop a platform for performance monitoring territorial performance as well as models of competitive and inclusive governance and incentives to reduce deforestation.

Initiative Type
Technical Assistance Partnership
Initiative Status
Under Implementation
Partners
  • Regional Governments
  • Forest Trends
  • IBC
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
25 Implementing Strategies for transition at regional level towards a low-emission rural development in Indonesia, Peru, Mexico, Colombia and Kenya

Development of policies and monitoring instruments for rural development plan for the Amazon.

This project seeks reduce emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions associated with deforestation and promote sustainable use of natural resources in the field of six regional governments in the Peruvian Amazon as contribution to mitigation and adaptation to climate change, biodiversity conservation, improved livelihoods of the local population and the development of practices regional, national and international policies and market mechanisms for rural development under emissions.The project will be implemented in two scales. At the interregional scalepolicies and monitoring instruments will be developed for rural development plans for the Amazon under a competitive, inclusive and low emission approach. The second scale is local and focuses on the basin of the Pachitea to develop a platform for low-emission rural development and strengthen capacities of local authorities and indigenous organizations. Work on the Pachitea is led by Instituto del Bien Comun - IBC.

The project is expected achieve as first product the development of an Interregional Plan for promotion of a low emission development involving all participating regions. The project will also develop a platform for performance monitoring territorial performance as well as models of competitive and inclusive governance and incentives to reduce deforestation.

Initiative Type
Technical Assistance Partnership
Initiative Status
Under Implementation
Partners
  • Regional Governments
  • Forest Trends
  • IBC
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
26 Implementing Strategies for transition at regional level towards a low-emission rural development in Indonesia, Peru, Mexico, Colombia and Kenya

Development of policies and monitoring instruments for rural development plan for the Amazon.

This project seeks reduce emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions associated with deforestation and promote sustainable use of natural resources in the field of six regional governments in the Peruvian Amazon as contribution to mitigation and adaptation to climate change, biodiversity conservation, improved livelihoods of the local population and the development of practices regional, national and international policies and market mechanisms for rural development under emissions.The project will be implemented in two scales. At the interregional scalepolicies and monitoring instruments will be developed for rural development plans for the Amazon under a competitive, inclusive and low emission approach. The second scale is local and focuses on the basin of the Pachitea to develop a platform for low-emission rural development and strengthen capacities of local authorities and indigenous organizations. Work on the Pachitea is led by Instituto del Bien Comun - IBC. The project is expected achieve as first product the development of an Interregional Plan for promotion of a low emission development involving all participating regions. The project will also develop a platform for performance monitoring territorial performance as well as models of competitive and inclusive governance and incentives to reduce deforestation.

Initiative Type
Technical Assistance Partnership
Initiative Status
Under Implementation
Partners
  • Regional Governments
  • Forest Trends
  • IBC
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
27 Implementing Strategies for transition at regional level towards a low-emission rural development in Indonesia, Peru, Mexico, Colombia and Kenya

Development of policies and monitoring instruments for rural development plan for the Amazon.

This project seeks reduce emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions associated with deforestation and promote sustainable use of natural resources in the field of six regional governments in the Peruvian Amazon as contribution to mitigation and adaptation to climate change, biodiversity conservation, improved livelihoods of the local population and the development of practices regional, national and international policies and market mechanisms for rural development under emissions.The project will be implemented in two scales. At the interregional scalepolicies and monitoring instruments will be developed for rural development plans for the Amazon under a competitive, inclusive and low emission approach. The second scale is local and focuses on the basin of the Pachitea to develop a platform for low-emission rural development and strengthen capacities of local authorities and indigenous organizations. Work on the Pachitea is led by Instituto del Bien Comun - IBC. The project is expected achieve as first product the development of an Interregional Plan for promotion of a low emission development involving all participating regions. The project will also develop a platform for performance monitoring territorial performance as well as models of competitive and inclusive governance and incentives to reduce deforestation.

Initiative Type
Technical Assistance Partnership
Initiative Status
Under Implementation
Partners
  • Regional Governments
  • Forest Trends
  • IBC
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
28 Improvement and promotion of ecotourism in the tourist circuit Cueva de los Huacharos - Aguas Calientes Waterfall

The project is focused on the district of Soritor, Province of Moyobamba, Department of San Martín. It will benefit more than 210 people and aims to improve the access and tourist circuit of the Cueva de los Huacharos and the Aguas Calientes Waterfall in San Martín. Seeks to value the forest through tourism

Initiative Type
Project financed with a conglomerate of SERFOR-CAF projects and the executing agency's own resources
Initiative Status
In implementation
Funding Amount
S / 942,890.63
Partners
  • Municipality of Soritor
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
29 Improvement of ecotourism promotion in the Cueva de las Pavas spa and in the Velo de la Novia waterfall in Huánuco.

The project is focused on the District of Mariano Damaso Beraun, Province of Leoncio prado, Department of Huánuco. The project benefits more than 3,117 people and seeks to improve access to ecotourism services for visitors to the Cueva de las Pavas spa and in the Casca del Velo de la Novia. For this purpose, work will be done with local communities and they will be trained in the development of ecotourism. In the same way malocas, trails and viewpoints will be conditioned in addition to spreading the tourist values ​​of these places.

Initiative Type
Project financed with a conglomerate of SERFOR-CAF projects and the executing agency's own resources
Initiative Status
In implementation
Funding Amount
S / 931,221.49
Partners
  • District Municipality of Mariano Damaso Beraun
  • SERFOR
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
30 Improvement of technical capacities for the sustainable management of the bijao leaf in Ucayali farmhouses

The project focuses on the district of Padre Abad, Province of Padre Abad, Ucayali Region. It seeks to strengthen community associations for the sustainable management of Bijao and improve its associativity. It is estimated that the project benefits more than 250 people.

Initiative Type
Project financed with a conglomerate of SERFOR-CAF projects and the executing agency's own resources
Initiative Status
In implementation
Funding Amount
S / 688, 241.10
Partners
  • Municipality of Padre Abad
  • SERFOR
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
31 Improvement of the environmental information service for the mapping of forest deforestation

The Project "Improvement of the environmental information service for the mapping of forest deforestation" is one of the four projects of the Forest Investment Program (FIP) approved for Peru. This Project seeks to strengthen the capacities of the Peruvian Government and key actors, such as indigenous peoples, to monitor deforestation. To this end, it proposes to articulate the georeferenced information systems, generate and distribute monitoring information, develop capacities to generate and distribute the information generated, the design of a community monitoring system as well as training and equipment for native communities. Specific activities for Ucayali will be defined in 2019.

Initiative Type
Public investment project partially financed with resources from the CIF, operated by the IDB and deposited as a donation / loan to the Peruvian Government (60% donation / 40% loan in general for the entire program)
Initiative Status
At the start of execution (2018-2022)
Funding Amount
S / 39,930,000 for the entire Peruvian Amazon. Total for Ucayali not determined.
Partners
  • Ministry of the Environment
  • Ministry of Economy and Finance
  • Inter-American Development Bank
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
32 Improvement of the environmental information service for the mapping of forest deforestation

The Project "Improvement of the environmental information service for the mapping of forest deforestation" is one of the four projects of the Forest Investment Program (FIP) approved for Peru. This Project seeks to strengthen the capacities of the Peruvian Government and key actors, such as indigenous peoples, to monitor deforestation. To this end, it proposes to articulate the georeferenced information systems, generate and distribute monitoring information, develop capacities to generate and distribute the information generated, the design of a community monitoring system as well as training and equipment for native communities. Specific activities for San Martín will be defined in 2019.

Initiative Type
Public investment project partially financed with resources from the CIF, operated by the IDB and deposited as a donation / loan to the Peruvian Government (60% donation / 40% loan in general for the entire program)
Initiative Status
At the start of execution (2018-2022)
Funding Amount
S / 39,930,000 for the entire Peruvian Amazon. Total for San Martín not determined.
Partners
  • Ministry of the Environment
  • Ministry of Economy and Finance
  • Inter-American Development Bank
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
33 Improvement of the environmental information service for the mapping of forest deforestation

The Project "Improvement of the environmental information service for the mapping of forest deforestation" is one of the four projects of the Forest Investment Program (FIP) approved for Peru. This Project seeks to strengthen the capacities of the Peruvian Government and key actors, such as indigenous peoples, to monitor deforestation. To this end, it proposes to articulate the georeferenced information systems, generate and distribute monitoring information, develop capacities to generate and distribute the information generated, the design of a community monitoring system as well as training and equipment for native communities. Specific activities for Loreto will be defined in 2019.

Initiative Type
Public investment project partially financed with resources from the CIF, operated by the IDB and deposited as a donation / loan to the Peruvian Government (60% donation / 40% loan in general for the entire program)
Initiative Status
At the start of execution (2018-2022)
Funding Amount
S / 39,930,000 for the entire Peruvian Amazon. Total for Loreto not determined.
Partners
  • Ministry of the Environment
  • Ministry of Economy and Finance
  • Inter-American Development Bank
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
34 Improvement of the environmental information service for the mapping of forest deforestation

The Project "Improvement of the environmental information service for the mapping of forest deforestation" is one of the four projects of the Forest Investment Program (FIP) approved for Peru. This Project seeks to strengthen the capacities of the Peruvian Government and key actors, such as indigenous peoples, to monitor deforestation. To this end, it proposes to articulate the georeferenced information systems, generate and distribute monitoring information, develop capacities to generate and distribute the information generated, the design of a community monitoring system as well as training and equipment for native communities. Specific activities for Huánuco will be defined in 2019.

Initiative Type
Public investment project partially financed with resources from the CIF, operated by the IDB and deposited as a donation / loan to the Peruvian Government (60% donation / 40% loan in general for the entire program)
Initiative Status
At the start of execution (2018-2022)
Funding Amount
S / 39,930,000 for the entire Peruvian Amazon. Total for Huánuco not determined.
Partners
  • Ministry of the Environment
  • Ministry of Economy and Finance
  • Inter-American Development Bank
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
35 Improvement of the environmental information service for the mapping of forest deforestation

The Project "Improvement of the environmental information service for the mapping of forest deforestation" is one of the four projects of the Forest Investment Program (FIP) approved for Peru. This Project seeks to strengthen the capacities of the Peruvian Government and key actors, such as indigenous peoples, to monitor deforestation. To this end, it proposes to articulate the georeferenced information systems, generate and distribute monitoring information, develop capacities to generate and distribute the information generated, the design of a community monitoring system as well as training and equipment for native communities. Specific activities for Amazonas will be defined in 2019.

Initiative Type
Public investment project partially financed with resources from the CIF, operated by the IDB and deposited as a donation / loan to the Peruvian Government (60% donation / 40% loan in general for the entire program)
Initiative Status
At the start of execution (2018-2022)
Funding Amount
S / 39,930,000 for the entire Peruvian Amazon. Total for Amazonas not determined.
Partners
  • Ministry of the Environment
  • Ministry of Economy and Finance
  • Inter-American Development Bank
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
36 Improvement of the income and employment of the families producing aguaje in Loreto (Aguaje Project)

This Project seeks to increase the income of rural families through the sustainable management of aguaje. The project considers training for the sustainable management of this palm tree, equipment and productive infrastructure, specialized training for commercialization and transformation, among other activities.

Initiative Type
Project financed with public resources through FONDOEMPLEO and counterpart of SERFOR.
Initiative Status
In implementation (2017-2019 - 36 months)
Funding Amount
S / 3,554,818.11 (S / 1,966,219.06 of FONDOEMPLEO)
Partners
  • Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation
  • National Forest and Wildlife Service
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
37 Improvement of the promotion of sustainable use of aguaje in the forests of the middle basin of the Rio Pastaza, Loreto

The Project is implemented in the District of Pastaza, Province of Datem del Marañon, Department of Loreto. It seeks to improve the productive capacity of the populations settled in the middle basin of the Pastaza River. It also seeks to improve access to technical assistance services, monitoring and monitoring of these populations, in order to improve the productive chain of aguaje. It is estimated that the project will benefit 2,111 families.

Initiative Type
Project financed with a conglomerate of SERFOR-CAF projects and the executing agency's own resources
Initiative Status
In implementation
Funding Amount
S / 1,199,813.60
Partners
  • Regional Government of Loreto
  • SERFOR
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
38 Improvement of the service of sustainable use of the biodiversity of the ecosystems of forest landscapes of the Tarapoto-Yurimaguas corridor in the departments of San Martín and Loreto (FIP San Martín and Loreto)

The San Martín Loreto FIP is a project financed by the Forest Investment Program (FIP) and seeks to strengthen the institutional capacity for the conservation of the forest landscape, contribute to the proper allocation of land use rights, generate management tools for conservation of forests, promote the sustainable use of forests and their ecosystem services, strengthen technical, organizational, business and commercial capacities for sustainable businesses; besides promoting sustainable businesses for the conservation of forests. Specific activities for San Martin will be defined in 2019.

Initiative Type
CIF Grant operated by the IDB, as a donation / loan Govt. Peruvian (60% donation / 40% loan in general for the entire program)
Initiative Status
At the start of execution (period 2018-2022)
Funding Amount
S / 40,260.00. Total for San Martin not determined.
Partners
  • Ministry of the Environment
  • Ministry of Economy and Finance
  • Inter-American Development Bank
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
39 Improvement of the service of sustainable use of the biodiversity of the ecosystems of forest landscapes of the Tarapoto-Yurimaguas corridor in the departments of San Martín and Loreto (FIP San Martín and Loreto)

The San Martín Loreto FIP is a project financed by the Forest Investment Program (FIP) and seeks to strengthen the institutional capacity for the conservation of the forest landscape, contribute to the proper allocation of land use rights, generate management tools for conservation of forests, promote the sustainable use of forests and their ecosystem services, strengthen technical, organizational, business and commercial capacities for sustainable businesses; besides promoting sustainable businesses for the conservation of forests. Specific activities for Loreto will be defined in 2019.

Initiative Type
CIF Grant operated by the IDB, as a donation / loan Govt. Peruvian (60% donation / 40% loan in general for the entire program)
Initiative Status
At the start of execution (period 2018-2022)
Funding Amount
S / 40,260.00. Total for Loreto not determined.
Partners
  • Ministry of the Environment
  • Ministry of Economy and Finance
  • Inter-American Development Bank
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
40 Initiative for Deforestation-Free Cacao

Initiative in the Aspuzana Valley, in the Pucayacu District to increase productive capacity and include farmers in "deforestation-free" cacao value chains.

Funding Source
Althelia Ecosphere+
Partners
  • SERNANP
  • CIMA-Cordillera Azul
  • Althelia Ecosphere+
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
41 Integrated Management of the Forest Landscape (Atalaya Ucayali) or FIP-Ucayali

The Project "Integrated Forest Landscape Management (Atalaya Ucayali)" is one of the four Forest Investment Program (FIP) projects approved for Peru. The project has two components: component 1. Appropriate institutional capacity for forest landscape conservation (considers allocation of land use rights and land-use planning at the community level and the construction of instruments for forest governance), and component 2. Strengthening the management and sustainable use of forest landscapes (considering promoting investment in forest landscapes and strengthening technical and business capacities for local communities and businesses for better forest management).

Initiative Type
Project financed with donation resources of the CIF operated by the World Bank, as a donation / loan Govt. Peruvian (60% donation / 40% loan in general for the entire program)
Initiative Status
At the start of execution (2018-2022)
Funding Amount
USD 12,200,000
Partners
  • Ministry of the Environment
  • Ministry of Economy and Finance
  • world Bank
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
42 Interregional Northern Forests Platform

The objectives of the Platform are: to share a common territorial vision that integrates the fight against deforestation and forest degradation with the generation of local productive and economic development options. In addition, platform wants increase visibility to contribution of forests in environmental, economic and social terms and reduces vulnerability to natural hazards; develop climate change mitigation strategies through a macroregional conservation system that integrates dry forests, cloud forests, mangroves and coastal marine areas. Also, design a common strategy against illegal logging from forest mapping and identification of deforested areas; strengthen internal coordination between natural resource management and environmental management, economic development and planning offices; enhance management capacity to secure funding for conservation projects; develop broad strategies for partnerships and synergies with institutions and the recognition of the macroregional platform by MINAM and SERFOR as the valid interlocutor of regional governments.

Initiative Type
Governmental Planning Initiative
Initiative Status
In Design
Partners
  • GORE Piura
  • GORE Tumbes
  • GORE Lambayeque
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
43 Joint Declaration of Intent between the Governments of Peru, Norway and Germany (DCI) "Cooperation for the reduction of emissions of greenhouse gases from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD +) and to promote sustainable development in Peru"

The Joint Declaration of Intent (DCI) is a voluntary cooperation agreement signed by the Governments of Peru, Norway and Germany to achieve the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions produced by deforestation and forest degradation in Peru. It was signed in September 2014 with a validity until 2020 and considers actions for the conservation of forests in the Peruvian Amazon.

The JIU is based on a scheme of financial incentives on the progress and / or fulfillment of deliverables or goals divided into three phases: preparatory phase, transformation phase and payment by results phase. The phases of the JIU are directly related to the strategic actions of the National Strategy on Forests and Climate Change (ENBCC) and different planning instruments for development in Peru, such as: a) the Bicentennial Plan: Peru by 2021, b) The National Environmental Action Plan (PLANAA), c) the Agreed Regional Development Plans of the Amazonian regions in Peru, d) the National Strategy on Climate Change, e) National Strategy on Biological Diversity and its Plan of Action, f ) the National Forestry and Wildlife Policy, among other instruments.

The Phase II Implementation Plan defines in more detail what activities will be carried out in the Amazon Region. This document can be hired at: http://www.minam.gob.pe/cambioclimatico/wp-content/uploads/sites/127/2018/06/Plan-de-Implementación-Fase-II-DCI.pdf

Initiative Type
Trilateral agreement between governments at the national level.
Initiative Status
In execution (Phase I and II)
Funding Amount
Investment made so far at the national level USD6.5 M. Potential for cooperation: Up to USD240 million subject to progress in the goals of each phase and payment for results.
Partners
  • Government of Peru, Government of the Kingdom of Norway Government of the Federal Republic of Germany
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
44 Joint Declaration of Intent between the Governments of Peru, Norway and Germany (DCI) "Cooperation for the reduction of emissions of greenhouse gases from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD +) and to promote sustainable development in Peru"

The Joint Declaration of Intent (DCI) is a voluntary cooperation agreement signed by the Governments of Peru, Norway and Germany to achieve the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions produced by deforestation and forest degradation in Peru. It was signed in September 2014 with a validity until 2020 and considers actions for the conservation of forests in the Peruvian Amazon. The JIU is based on a scheme of financial incentives on the progress and / or fulfillment of deliverables or goals divided into three phases: preparatory phase, transformation phase and payment by results phase. The phases of the JIU are directly related to the strategic actions of the National Strategy on Forests and Climate Change (ENBCC) and different planning instruments for development in Peru, such as: a) the Bicentennial Plan: Peru by 2021, b) The National Environmental Action Plan (PLANAA), c) the Agreed Regional Development Plans of the Amazonian regions in Peru, d) the National Strategy on Climate Change, e) National Strategy on Biological Diversity and its Plan of Action, f ) the National Forestry and Wildlife Policy, among other instruments.

The Phase II Implementation Plan defines in more detail what activities will be carried out in the Ucayali Region. This document can be hired at: http://www.minam.gob.pe/cambioclimatico/wp-content/uploads/sites/127/2018/06/Plan-de-Implementación-Fase-II-DCI.pdf

Initiative Type
Trilateral agreement between governments at the national level.
Initiative Status
In execution (Phase I and II)
Funding Amount
Investment made so far at the national level USD6.5 M. Potential for cooperation: Up to USD240 million subject to progress in the goals of each phase and payment for results for reduction of GHG emissions linked to USCUSS
Partners
  • Government of Peru, Government of the Kingdom of Norway Government of the Federal Republic of Germany
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
45 National Program of Agrarian Innovation (PNIA)

The PNIA is a national incentive program of the Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation (MINAGRI) that seeks to contribute to the establishment and consolidation of a modern national system of science, technology and innovation for the development of the Peruvian agrarian sector, decentralized, plural, oriented by the demand, in association with the private sector; with the purpose of increasing profitability and improving the competitiveness of the sector, through the generation and adoption of sustainable and environmentally safe technologies. This Program is conducted by MINAGRI and allows the implementation of projects oriented to innovation and technology development, which are financed by competitions. In Ucayali, 6 projects have been financed: 4 for extension services, 1 for applied research and 1 for strategic research. In San Martin, at least 23 projects have been financed: 4 for adaptive research, 1 for competency-based training, 1 for seed companies, 3 for strategic research and 14 for extension. In Huánuco, 8 projects have been financed: 5 on extension services and 3 on seed companies. In Amazonas, 26 projects have been financed: 6 for strategic research, 3 for adaptive research, 11 for extension services, 11 for competency-based training, 2 seed companies, 1 for applied research and 1 for technology transfer. In Piura, 43 projects have been financed: 3 for strategic research, 6 for adaptive research, 30 for extension services, 1 for skills training, 1 for seed companies, and 2 for technology transfer. In Loreto, 6 projects have been financed: 1 for basic research, 3 for applied research and 2 for technology transfer.

Initiative Type
Incentive program for agrarian innovation at the national level
Initiative Status
Under implementation
Funding Amount
Not determined for individual jurisdictions
Partners
  • Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation
  • National Institute of Agrarian Innovation
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
46 National UN-REDD Peru Program

The UN-REDD National Program seeks to strengthen the strategic framework necessary for the implementation of REDD + and the ENBCC. Thus, it is expected to improve regional governance for the implementation of the ENBCC, NDC and REDD +, provide national or regional public institutions with instruments that facilitate the implementation of ENBCC, REDD + and NDC, develop public and private investment projects for the implementation of the policy, programs and measures prioritized in the framework of the ENBCC, to elaborate a proposal of reference level of forest emissions that integrate emissions data due to forest degradation, in addition to achieving that the indigenous approach is integrated in the module of forest cover and other SNIFFS modules in Peru, as appropriate. Specific activities for Ucayali will be defined in 2019.

Initiative Type
Project implemented through the national implementation modality (component under UNDP) and direct implementation (UNEP and FAO components)
Initiative Status
At the start of execution. Period December 2017-May 2020
Funding Amount
USD 4,065,779
Partners
  • Ministry of the Environment
  • UNDP
  • UNEP
  • FAO
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
47 Phase 3 of the Forests, Farms and Finance Initiative

Phase 3 of the Forests, Farms and Finance Initiative "Building bridges between local policies, REDD + and initiatives for sustainable supply chains" will support the construction of jurisdictional low emissions rural development plans.

In Peru, the 3FI initiative is led by the Earth Innovation Institute and the Amazon Regional Council (CIAM, in Spanish) and is developing incentives for low-emission rural development under a production and protection approach. The activities of 3FI in the Peruvian Amazon are led by the regional governments and are open to the participation of any public or private institution that wishes to contribute. 3FI considers with special attention the participation of indigenous peoples and women in the activities to be carried out. The initiative is based on empowering the progress of each region to make the necessary incentives proposals by building tailored instruments for each jurisdiction. Output from the project include: (a) developing regional plans or roadmaps to promote a transition to low-emission rural development; (b) promoting a transparent dialogue process at the regional level which includes the perspectives of indigenous peoples and women; and (c) developing a business plan to attract private investment and promote low-emission rural development in the Peruvian Amazon.

Initiative Type
Technical Assistance Partnership
Initiative Status
Under Implementation
Partners
  • Earth Innovation Institute
  • CIAM
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
48 Phase 3 of the Forests, Farms and Finance Initiative

Phase 3 of the Forests, Farms and Finance Initiative "Building bridges between local policies, REDD + and initiatives for sustainable supply chains" will support the construction of jurisdictional low emissions rural development plans.

In Peru, the 3FI initiative is led by the Earth Innovation Institute and the Amazon Regional Council (CIAM, in Spanish) and is developing incentives for low-emission rural development under a production and protection approach. The activities of 3FI in the Peruvian Amazon are led by the regional governments and are open to the participation of any public or private institution that wishes to contribute. 3FI considers with special attention the participation of indigenous peoples and women in the activities to be carried out. The initiative is based on empowering the progress of each region to make the necessary incentives proposals by building tailored instruments for each jurisdiction. Output from the project include: (a) developing regional plans or roadmaps to promote a transition to low-emission rural development; (b) promoting a transparent dialogue process at the regional level which includes the perspectives of indigenous peoples and women; and (c) developing a business plan to attract private investment and promote low-emission rural development in the Peruvian Amazon.

Initiative Type
Technical Assistance Partnership
Initiative Status
Under Implementation
Partners
  • Earth Innovation Institute
  • CIAM
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
49 Phase 3 of the Forests, Farms and Finance Initiative

Phase 3 of the Forests, Farms and Finance Initiative "Building bridges between local policies, REDD + and initiatives for sustainable supply chains" will support the construction of jurisdictional low emissions rural development plans.

In Peru, the 3FI initiative is led by the Earth Innovation Institute and the Amazon Regional Council (CIAM, in Spanish) and is developing incentives for low-emission rural development under a production and protection approach. The activities of 3FI in the Peruvian Amazon are led by the regional governments and are open to the participation of any public or private institution that wishes to contribute. 3FI considers with special attention the participation of indigenous peoples and women in the activities to be carried out. The initiative is based on empowering the progress of each region to make the necessary incentives proposals by building tailored instruments for each jurisdiction. Output from the project include: (a) developing regional plans or roadmaps to promote a transition to low-emission rural development; (b) promoting a transparent dialogue process at the regional level which includes the perspectives of indigenous peoples and women; and (c) developing a business plan to attract private investment and promote low-emission rural development in the Peruvian Amazon.

Initiative Type
Technical Assistance Partnership
Initiative Status
Under Implementation
Partners
  • Earth Innovation Institute
  • CIAM
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
50 Phase 3 of the Forests, Farms and Finance Initiative

Phase 3 of the Forests, Farms and Finance Initiative "Building bridges between local policies, REDD + and initiatives for sustainable supply chains" will support the construction of jurisdictional low emissions rural development plans.

In Peru, the 3FI initiative is led by the Earth Innovation Institute and the Amazon Regional Council (CIAM, in Spanish) and is developing incentives for low-emission rural development under a production and protection approach. The activities of 3FI in the Peruvian Amazon are led by the regional governments and are open to the participation of any public or private institution that wishes to contribute. 3FI considers with special attention the participation of indigenous peoples and women in the activities to be carried out. The initiative is based on empowering the progress of each region to make the necessary incentives proposals by building tailored instruments for each jurisdiction. Output from the project include: (a) developing regional plans or roadmaps to promote a transition to low-emission rural development; (b) promoting a transparent dialogue process at the regional level which includes the perspectives of indigenous peoples and women; and (c) developing a business plan to attract private investment and promote low-emission rural development in the Peruvian Amazon.

Initiative Type
Technical Assistance Partnership
Initiative Status
Under Implementation
Partners
  • Earth Innovation Institute
  • CIAM
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
51 Phase 3 of the Forests, Farms and Finance Initiative

Phase 3 of the Forests, Farms and Finance Initiative "Building bridges between local policies, REDD + and initiatives for sustainable supply chains" will support the construction of jurisdictional low emissions rural development plans.

In Peru, the 3FI initiative is led by the Earth Innovation Institute and the Amazon Regional Council (CIAM, in Spanish) and is developing incentives for low-emission rural development under a production and protection approach. The activities of 3FI in the Peruvian Amazon are led by the regional governments and are open to the participation of any public or private institution that wishes to contribute. 3FI considers with special attention the participation of indigenous peoples and women in the activities to be carried out. The initiative is based on empowering the progress of each region to make the necessary incentives proposals by building tailored instruments for each jurisdiction. Output from the project include: (a) developing regional plans or roadmaps to promote a transition to low-emission rural development; (b) promoting a transparent dialogue process at the regional level which includes the perspectives of indigenous peoples and women; and (c) developing a business plan to attract private investment and promote low-emission rural development in the Peruvian Amazon.

Initiative Type
Technical Assistance Partnership
Initiative Status
Under Implementation
Partners
  • Earth Innovation Institute
  • CIAM
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
52 Phase 3 of the Forests, Farms and Finance Initiative

Phase 3 of the Forests, Farms and Finance Initiative "Building bridges between local policies, REDD + and initiatives for sustainable supply chains" will support the construction of jurisdictional low emissions rural development plans.

In Peru, the 3FI initiative is led by the Earth Innovation Institute and the Amazon Regional Council (CIAM, in Spanish) and is developing incentives for low-emission rural development under a production and protection approach. The activities of 3FI in the Peruvian Amazon are led by the regional governments and are open to the participation of any public or private institution that wishes to contribute. 3FI considers with special attention the participation of indigenous peoples and women in the activities to be carried out. The initiative is based on empowering the progress of each region to make the necessary incentives proposals by building tailored instruments for each jurisdiction. Output from the project include: (a) developing regional plans or roadmaps to promote a transition to low-emission rural development; (b) promoting a transparent dialogue process at the regional level which includes the perspectives of indigenous peoples and women; and (c) developing a business plan to attract private investment and promote low-emission rural development in the Peruvian Amazon.

Initiative Type
Technical Assistance Partnership
Initiative Status
Under Implementation
Partners
  • Earth Innovation Institute
  • CIAM
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
53 Phase II of the Support to the Implementation of the National Strategy for the Reduction of Emissions for Avoided Deforestation and Forest Degradation in Peru "(RPP-2)

The RRP-2 Project 1.1. seeks to create the necessary conditions for the preparation and implementation stage of REDD + in Peru. This Project will consider strengthening spaces for citizen participation, such as the REDD + Indigenous Tables, the design of a grievance mechanism, implementing the PPIA, strengthening regional governments to implement the NDC and the ENBCC, and conducting studies for the effectiveness of strategies and land use planning instruments, contribute to the implementation of the national REDD registry, design benefit sharing mechanisms, improve the forest monitoring platform, update the forest reference level, design early response protocols to the monitoring reports of forests and implement a pilot of the Safeguards Information System. Specific activities for Amazonas will be defined in 2019.

Initiative Type
Project that enters as a donation from the FCPF to the Peruvian Government through the IDB. Executed by MINAM (PNCB Executing Unit)
Initiative Status
At the start of execution
Funding Amount
USD 5,000,000.00 for all of Peru. Total for Amazonas not determined.
Partners
  • Ministry of the Environment
  • FCPF
  • Ministry of Economy and Finance
  • Inter-American Development Bank
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
54 Preparing the way for the implementation of the Transformation Phase of the Joint Statement of Intent signed by the Governments of the Republic of Peru, the Kingdom of Norway and the Federal Republic of Germany

This project is considered as the first disbursement by the Norwegian Government to the Peruvian Government associated with the DCI. It considers four components or results: 1) the Government of Peru has planned the implementation of Phase II of the JIU and has begun its execution efficiently, 2) the zoning and forest management in the San Martin and Ucayali regions has increased, 3 ) value of the increased forest in order to be more competitive against the activities that cause deforestation and forest degradation, and 4) control of illegal activities that cause deforestation and forest degradation has increased. The activities of this Project in Ucayali included the participation of the Regional Government of Ucayali and Indigenous Peoples in the design of the Implementation Plan for Phase II of the JIU, the titling of native communities, strengthening the forest zoning process, promoting the formation of the regional control and forest monitoring table, in addition to increasing the coverage of conditional direct transfers for forest conservation in favor of native communities.

Initiative Type
Project executed through UNDP under the modality of national implementation
Initiative Status
In execution Period: June 2016-August 2018
Funding Amount
USD 6,135,722. Total executed in Ucayali not specified.
Partners
  • Ministry of the Environment
  • UNDP
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
55 Preparing the way for the implementation of the Transformation Phase of the Joint Statement of Intent signed by the Governments of the Republic of Peru, the Kingdom of Norway and the Federal Republic of Germany

This project is considered as the first disbursement by the Norwegian Government to the Peruvian Government associated with the DCI. It considers four components or results: 1) the Government of Peru has planned the implementation of Phase II of the JIU and has begun its execution efficiently, 2) the zoning and forest management in the San Martin and Ucayali regions has increased, 3 ) value of the increased forest in order to be more competitive against the activities that cause deforestation and forest degradation, and 4) control of illegal activities that cause deforestation and forest degradation has increased. The activities of this Project in San Martin included the participation of the Regional Government of San Martin and Indigenous Peoples in the design of the Implementation Plan for Phase II of the JIU, the titling of native communities, strengthening the forest zoning process, promoting the conformation of the regional forestry control and monitoring table, in addition to increasing the coverage of conditional direct transfers for the conservation of forests in favor of native communities.

Initiative Type
Project executed through UNDP under the modality of national implementation
Initiative Status
In execution Period: June 2016-August 2018
Funding Amount
USD 6,135,722. Total executed in San Martin not specified.
Partners
  • Ministry of the Environment
  • UNDP
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
56 Preparing the way for the implementation of the Transformation Phase of the Joint Statement of Intent signed by the Governments of the Republic of Peru, the Kingdom of Norway and the Federal Republic of Germany

This project is considered as the first disbursement by the Norwegian Government to the Peruvian Government associated with the DCI. It considers four components or results: 1) the Government of Peru has planned the implementation of Phase II of the JIU and has begun its execution efficiently, 2) the zoning and forest management in the San Martin and Ucayali regions has increased, 3 ) value of the increased forest in order to be more competitive against the activities that cause deforestation and forest degradation, and 4) control of illegal activities that cause deforestation and forest degradation has increased. Activities in Loreto included titling of native communities, participation of the Regional Government of Loreto in the design of the Implementation Plan for Phase II of the JIU, the affiliation of new communities to the direct transfers conditioned by the National Program for the Conservation of Forests for Mitigation of Climate Change, among other activities.

Initiative Type
Project executed through UNDP under the modality of national implementation
Initiative Status
In execution Period: June 2016-August 2018
Funding Amount
USD 6,135,722. Total executed in Loreto not specified.
Partners
  • Ministry of the Environment
  • UNDP
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
57 Preparing the way for the implementation of the Transformation Phase of the Joint Statement of Intent signed by the Governments of the Republic of Peru, the Kingdom of Norway and the Federal Republic of Germany

This project is considered as the first disbursement by the Norwegian Government to the Peruvian Government associated with the DCI. It considers four components or results: 1) the Government of Peru has planned the implementation of Phase II of the JIU and has begun its execution efficiently, 2) the zoning and forest management in the San Martin and Ucayali regions has increased, 3 ) value of the increased forest in order to be more competitive against the activities that cause deforestation and forest degradation, and 4) control of illegal activities that cause deforestation and forest degradation has increased. Activities in Huánuco included the participation of the Regional Government of Huánuco in the design of the Implementation Plan for Phase II of the DCI, among other activities.

Initiative Type
Project executed through UNDP under the modality of national implementation
Initiative Status
In execution Period: June 2016-August 2018
Funding Amount
USD 6,135,722. Total executed in Huánuco not specified.
Partners
  • Ministry of the Environment
  • UNDP
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
58 Preparing the way for the implementation of the Transformation Phase of the Joint Statement of Intent signed by the Governments of the Republic of Peru, the Kingdom of Norway and the Federal Republic of Germany

This project is considered as the first disbursement by the Norwegian Government to the Peruvian Government associated with the DCI. It considers four components or results: 1) the Government of Peru has planned the implementation of Phase II of the JIU and has begun its execution efficiently, 2) the zoning and forest management in the San Martin and Ucayali regions has increased, 3 ) value of the increased forest in order to be more competitive against the activities that cause deforestation and forest degradation, and 4) control of illegal activities that cause deforestation and forest degradation has increased. Activities for the Amazon Region included the participation of the Regional Government of Amazonas in the design of the Implementation Plan for Phase II of the JIU.

Initiative Type
Project executed through UNDP under the modality of national implementation
Initiative Status
In execution Period: June 2016-August 2018
Funding Amount
USD 6,135,722. Total executed in Amazonas not specified.
Partners
  • Ministry of the Environment
  • UNDP
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
59 Pro Amazonas

Pro Amazonas is an executing unit of the Amazonas Regional Government that allows the implementation of investment projects in an agile manner. It executes resources on tourism, road infrastructure and sanitation in Amazonas within the framework of an agreement with the Japan International Cooperation Agency. Its objective is to establish the bases of rural development in the Region, thus contributing to equitable and inclusive rural economic and social development and the improvement of the population's standard of living.

Initiative Type
Executing Unit of the Regional Government of Amazonas
Initiative Status
In action
Funding Amount
Approximately S / 50,000,000.00
Partners
  • Regional Government of Amazonas
  • Ministry of Economy and Finance
  • Japan International Cooperation Agency
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
60 ProAmbiente

Support to advance national and regional targets selected related to sustainable use of ecosystems, conservation of biodiversity, and capacity to mitigate and adapt to climate change.Key components include (1) sustainable forest management, (2) management and environmental policy, (3) environmental and climate finance, and (4) innovation in biodiversity. In the case of Ucayali, the Project has focused on promoting the development of the value chain sustainable timber production.

Initiative Type
Technical Assistance Partnership
Initiative Status
Under Implementation
Partners
  • GIZ
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
61 Production-Protection Approach in the Value Chains of the Peruvian Amazon

The aim is to increase the productivity and the conservation of the forests in small producers of value chains of cocoa and coffee.

Activities that are likely to be implemented include:

  • Evaluation of the current value chain
  • Interventions to add value to supply chain (production and postproduction centered on coffee and cocoa)
  • Development of multi-stakeholder platforms to improve supply chain sustainability
  • Improving production capacity at the farm level, and
  • Development of business models and enabling policies
Initiative Type
Technical Assistance Partnership
Initiative Status
In Design
Funding Amount
US$ 3.2 M four-year project
Partners
  • Norway Institute for Bioeconomy Research
  • Instituto de Cultivos Tropicales
  • Mecanismos de Desarrollo Alternos
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
62 Production-Protection Approach in the Value Chains of the Peruvian Amazon

The aim is to increase the productivity and the conservation of the forests in small producers of value chains of cocoa and coffee.

Activities that are likely to be implemented include:

  • Evaluation of the current value chain
  • Interventions to add value to supply chain (production and postproduction centered on coffee and cocoa)
  • Development of multi-stakeholder platforms to improve supply chain sustainability
  • Improving production capacity at the farm level, and
  • Development of business models and enabling policies
Initiative Type
Technical Assistance Partnership
Initiative Status
In Design
Funding Amount
$3.2 M four-year project
Partners
  • Norway Institute for Bioeconomy Research
  • Instituto de Cultivos Tropicales
  • Mecanismos de Desarrollo Alternos
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
63 Productive Landscapes in the Peruvian Amazon (Ucayali and Huánuco)

The Project seeks to promote the management of sustainable landscapes in the Huánuco and Ucayali regions. It considers eleven results: 1) policies and planning for land use strengthened and aligned including the approach of sustainable landscapes, resilience and inclusion, 2) landscape governance strengthened for the development of public policies, land use and participatory processes of decisions, 3) monitoring and capacity building to enforce the law, 4) increased public finance flow for effective territorial governance, 5) green commodity value chains provide incentives to farmers for sustainable production, 6) activities sustainable economic in the landscapes promoted and articulated to markets, 7) sustainable and inclusive production models scale at the landscape level, 8) farmers and communities prepared to implement sustainable practices, 9) ecological restoration and conservation programs with public and private participation, and 10) effective management of knowledge in support of management or of productive landscapes in the Peruvian Amazon. Specific activities for Ucayali will be defined in 2019.

Initiative Type
Project in direct execution UNDP with financing from the GEF
Initiative Status
In execution Period 2018-2023
Funding Amount
USD18,346,927. Total for Ucayali not determined.
Partners
  • Ministry of the Environment
  • UNDP
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
64 Productive Landscapes in the Peruvian Amazon (Ucayali and Huánuco)

The Project seeks to promote the management of sustainable landscapes in the Huánuco and Ucayali regions. It considers eleven results: 1) policies and planning for land use strengthened and aligned including the approach of sustainable landscapes, resilience and inclusion, 2) landscape governance strengthened for the development of public policies, land use and participatory processes of decisions, 3) monitoring and capacity building to enforce the law, 4) increased public finance flow for effective territorial governance, 5) green commodity value chains provide incentives to farmers for sustainable production, 6) activities sustainable economic in the landscapes promoted and articulated to markets, 7) sustainable and inclusive production models scale at the landscape level, 8) farmers and communities prepared to implement sustainable practices, 9) ecological restoration and conservation programs with public and private participation, and 10) effective management of knowledge in support of management or of productive landscapes in the Peruvian Amazon. Specific activities for Huánuco will be defined in 2019.

Initiative Type
Project in direct execution UNDP with financing from the GEF
Initiative Status
In execution Period 2018-2023
Funding Amount
USD18,346,927. Total for Huánuco not determined.
Partners
  • Ministry of the Environment
  • UNDP
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
65 Program for Sustainable, Inclusive and Competitive Forestry Development - SERFOR - CAF

The project supports Loreto in strengthening its forest management and surveillance capacity, including providing equipment for its headquarters and control posts. In addition, the project has specific activities with regional governments such as the management of protected natural areas, the forest cadastre, progress with the national forestry inventory, implementation of spatial data infrastructures, implementation of the anti-corruption plan for the forestry sector, improvements in control and forest monitoring, promotion of forest value chains, among other lines of work. The project also has a competitive fund for the presentation of public investment projects at the regional level.

Initiative Type
Forest Monitoring and Land Titling
Initiative Status
In implementation
Funding Source
CAF, SERFOR, Regional Governments
Funding Amount
76,000,000
Partners
  • National Forest and Wildlife Service
  • CAF
  • Regional Governments
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
66 Project "Dedicated Granting Mechanism"

This project aims to support the communities of Loreto (and other regions of Peru) for the legal recognition of the territories and promote the development of indigenous communities respecting their life plans. According to the World Bank, expected results include i) recognition of 310 communities in the National Registry of Indigenous Communities; ii) demarcation of land, property titles and registration before SUNARP, and iii) implementation of 50 sub-projects of food security and 20 of income generation and 5 of sustainable wood production.

Initiative Type
Land Titling, Alternative Livelihoods
Initiative Status
In implementation
Funding Source
World Bank
Funding Amount
5,500,000
Partners
  • World Bank
  • WWF
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
67 Project of Cadastre, Titling and Registration of Rural Lands in Peru - PTRT3

The PTRT3 financed by the World Bank and the Peruvian Government, has established ambitious targets for land titling.

According to the Inter-ethnic Association for the Development of the Peruvian Jungle – AIDESEP - several indigenous organizations have expressed their concern that the project could destabilize the territorial demands of the native communities, with a particular focus on Loreto where there is a significant number of native communities pending certification.In May 2017, the MINAGRI and Regional Government of Loreto signed an agreement to achieve greater commitments of the PTRT3 for the titling of indigenous lands. A Ministerial Resolution was also passed that simplifies soil evaluation to facilitate titling in native communities.Within the framework of these agreements, it is expected that in Loreto 200 native communities can be titled, and thus fulfilling half of the titling goals for native communities at the national level of the PTRT3.

Initiative Type
Land Titling
Initiative Status
In implementation
Funding Source
World Bank, Government of Peri
Funding Amount
US $ 80M
Partners
  • GORE Loreto
  • Ministry of Agriculture
  • IDB
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
68 Promotion of the sustainable use of tara in peasant communities of Jalca Grande and Mariscal Castilla in Amazonas

The Project is focused on the districts of Jalca Grande and Mariscal Castilla, in the Province of Chachapoyas, Department of Amazonas. It is estimated that it will benefit more than 123 families and will improve the promotion and sustainable use of 1043 hectares of Tara. It is hoped that thanks to the intervention of the project, the tara forests can be managed sustainably, strengthen the capacities of the people involved, and articulate the products to new markets.

Initiative Type
Project financed with a conglomerate of SERFOR-CAF projects and the executing agency's own resources
Initiative Status
In implementation
Funding Amount
S / 1,146,629.00
Partners
  • Regional Government of Amazonas
  • SERFOR
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
69 Promotion of the sustainable use of the shiringa in the native communities of the Dominguza and Santiago Basins, Amazonas

This project is focused on the Districts of Rio Santiago and Nueva, in the Province of Condorcanqui, Department of Amazonas. The project aims to promote the sustainable use of the shiringa in the native communities of Kachi, Saasa Kuith, Inayuan, Kagkas, Villa Gonzalo and Yutupis. It is expected that at the end of the project the communities will have access to instruments and techniques for the use of the shiringa, as well as having adequate conditions for the diffusion, awareness, promotion and enhancement of the shiringa.

Initiative Type
Project financed with a conglomerate of SERFOR-CAF projects and the executing agency's own resources
Initiative Status
In implementation
Funding Amount
S / 972,452.35
Partners
  • Provincial Municipality of Condorcanqui
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
70 Public-Private Coalition of the Declaration of San Martin

This Coalition of 52 member organizations from government, private sector and civil society seeks to promote sustainable rural development and create synergies between regional governments, the private business sector, producer organizations, NGOs and organizations representing indigenous peoples. The coalition has established an agenda to promote development amazon focused on: i) ensuring land rights and forest native communities and agricultural and forestry producers; ii) optimizing the sustainable use of forest landscapes in the Amazon; iii) building the set of enabling conditions and generate the necessary changes for rural development low emission. Goals of the coalition include reducing deforestation associated with agriculture, creating roadmaps for public - private coordination by Amazon region, designing an architecture of financing, increasing the productivity of agricultural crops and increasing the value of forests and promote forest plantations. It is expected that these measures will open a pathway to build sustainable jurisdictions, especially in the value chains of the Amazon through a Production - Protection approach. A group of companies from the Pro Ucayali network, comprising the largest companies in the region, have joined the coalition.

Initiative Type
Public Private Partnership
Initiative Status
Agreement Signed
Partners
  • GORE San Martin
  • GORE Ucayali
  • GORE Amazonas
  • GORE Madre de Dios
  • GORE Huanuco.
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
71 Public-Private Coalition of the Declaration of San Martin

This Coalition of 52 member organizations from government, private sector and civil society seeks to promote sustainable rural development and create synergies between regional governments, the private business sector, producer organizations, NGOs and organizations representing indigenous peoples. The coalition has established an agenda to promote development amazon focused on: i) ensuring land rights and forest native communities and agricultural and forestry producers; ii) optimizing the sustainable use of forest landscapes in the Amazon; iii) building the set of enabling conditions and generate the necessary changes for rural development low emission. Goals of the coalition include reducing deforestation associated with agriculture, creating roadmaps for public - private coordination by Amazon region, designing an architecture of financing, increasing the productivity of agricultural crops and increasing the value of forests and promote forest plantations. It is expected that these measures will open a pathway to build sustainable jurisdictions, especially in the value chains of the Amazon through a Production - Protection approach. A group of companies from the Pro Ucayali network, comprising the largest companies in the region, have joined the coalition.

Initiative Type
Public Private Partnership
Initiative Status
Agreement Signed
Partners
  • GORE San Martin
  • GORE Ucayali
  • GORE Amazonas
  • GORE Madre de Dios
  • GORE Huanuco.
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
72 Public-Private Coalition of the Declaration of San Martin

This Coalition of 52 member organizations from government, private sector and civil society seeks to promote sustainable rural development and create synergies between regional governments, the private business sector, producer organizations, NGOs and organizations representing indigenous peoples. The coalition has established an agenda to promote development amazon focused on: i) ensuring land rights and forest native communities and agricultural and forestry producers; ii) optimizing the sustainable use of forest landscapes in the Amazon; iii) building the set of enabling conditions and generate the necessary changes for rural development low emission. Goals of the coalition include reducing deforestation associated with agriculture, creating roadmaps for public - private coordination by Amazon region, designing an architecture of financing, increasing the productivity of agricultural crops and increasing the value of forests and promote forest plantations. It is expected that these measures will open a pathway to build sustainable jurisdictions, especially in the value chains of the Amazon through a Production - Protection approach. A group of companies from the Pro Ucayali network, comprising the largest companies in the region, have joined the coalition.

Initiative Type
Public Private Partnership
Initiative Status
Agreement Signed
Partners
  • GORE San Martin
  • GORE Ucayali
  • GORE Amazonas
  • GORE Madre de Dios
  • GORE Huanuco.
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
73 Public-Private Coalition of the Declaration of San Martin

This Coalition of 52 member organizations from government, private sector and civil society seeks to promote sustainable rural development and create synergies between regional governments, the private business sector, producer organizations, NGOs and organizations representing indigenous peoples. The coalition has established an agenda to promote development amazon focused on: i) ensuring land rights and forest native communities and agricultural and forestry producers; ii) optimizing the sustainable use of forest landscapes in the Amazon; iii) building the set of enabling conditions and generate the necessary changes for rural development low emission. Goals of the coalition include reducing deforestation associated with agriculture, creating roadmaps for public - private coordination by Amazon region, designing an architecture of financing, increasing the productivity of agricultural crops and increasing the value of forests and promote forest plantations. It is expected that these measures will open a pathway to build sustainable jurisdictions, especially in the value chains of the Amazon through a Production - Protection approach. A group of companies from the Pro Ucayali network, comprising the largest companies in the region, have joined the coalition.

Initiative Type
Public Private Partnership
Initiative Status
Agreement Signed
Partners
  • GORE San Martin
  • GORE Ucayali
  • GORE Amazonas
  • GORE Madre de Dios
  • GORE Huanuco
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
74 Public-Private Coalition of the Declaration of San Martin

This Coalition of 52 member organizations from government, private sector and civil society seeks to promote sustainable rural development and create synergies between regional governments, the private business sector, producer organizations, NGOs and organizations representing indigenous peoples. The coalition has established an agenda to promote development amazon focused on: i) ensuring land rights and forest native communities and agricultural and forestry producers; ii) optimizing the sustainable use of forest landscapes in the Amazon; iii) building the set of enabling conditions and generate the necessary changes for rural development low emission. Goals of the coalition include reducing deforestation associated with agriculture, creating roadmaps for public - private coordination by Amazon region, designing an architecture of financing, increasing the productivity of agricultural crops and increasing the value of forests and promote forest plantations. It is expected that these measures will open a pathway to build sustainable jurisdictions, especially in the value chains of the Amazon through a Production - Protection approach. A group of companies from the Pro Ucayali network, comprising the largest companies in the region, have joined the coalition.

Initiative Type
Public Private Partnership
Initiative Status
Agreement Signed
Partners
  • GORE San Martin
  • GORE Ucayali
  • GORE Amazonas
  • GORE Madre de Dios
  • GORE Huanuco.
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
75 Recovery and conservation of degraded ecosystems in communities of the lower basin of the Marañón River.

The Project is implemented in the District of Nauta, Province of Loreto, Department of Loreto. It seeks to develop the technical capacities for reforestation under agroforestry systems, strengthen the capacities of the producers in relation to the management and conservation of forests, organizational and financial management. It benefits 125 producers and will recover 32 hectares.

Initiative Type
Project financed with a conglomerate of SERFOR-CAF projects and the executing agency's own resources
Initiative Status
In implementation
Funding Amount
S / 1,199,813.60
Partners
  • Regional Government of Loreto
  • SERFOR
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
76 Recovery of the degraded ecosystem in the micro-basins of the Seca, Honda and Cayalty streams, Amazonas

The project is focused on the districts of El Milagro and Bagua Grande in the Province of Utcubamba, Department of Amazonas. This project will benefit more than 365 people and seeks to reforest degraded soils with bamboo. It also seeks to strengthen the capacities of local people for the proper use of land and in conservation

Initiative Type
Project financed with a conglomerate of SERFOR-CAF projects and the executing agency's own resources
Initiative Status
In implementation
Funding Amount
S / 1,199,553.70
Partners
  • Provincial Municipality of Utcubamba
  • SERFOR
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
77 Recovery of the degraded ecosystem of the Bolaina hamlet in Huánuco

The project is focused on the district of Luyando, Province of Leoncio Prado, Department of Huánuco. The project benefits 266 people and seeks to recover 70 hectares of bolaina forests. It is expected to contribute to reforest degraded areas in conservation concessions, implement a control and surveillance system to reduce deforestation and improve local capacity for conservation.

Initiative Type
Project financed with a conglomerate of SERFOR-CAF projects and the executing agency's own resources
Initiative Status
In implementation
Funding Amount
S / 298,237.00
Partners
  • District Municipality of Luyando
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
78 Recovery of the marginal belt of the Shima River micro-basin through the use of bamboo in communities of Huallaga, San Martín

The Project is focused on the district of Saposoa, the Province of Huallaga in the Department of San Martín. The project will benefit more than 950 people and aims to recover 120 hectares of eroded areas from the marginal belt of the Shima river microbasin. For this purpose, the vegetation in the marginal strip will be replaced, technology will be transferred to the local communities on bamboo management and technical assistance will be given for the exploitation and commercialization of this species.

Initiative Type
Project financed with a conglomerate of SERFOR-CAF projects and the executing agency's own resources
Initiative Status
In implementation
Funding Amount
S / 1,109,007.26
Partners
  • Provincial Municipality of Huallaga
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
79 Recovery of the riparian forest of the native communities of the Sheshea River in Ucayali

The Project focuses on the district of Iparia, Province of Coronel Portillo, Department of Ucayali. It seeks to recover 201 hectares of riparian forests from the Sheshea River basin and conserve communal forests while increasing local awareness of forest conservation and strengthening local communities to manage their territories comprehensively. It is estimated that the project benefits more than 395 people.

Initiative Type
Project financed with a conglomerate of SERFOR-CAF projects and the executing agency's own resources
Initiative Status
In implementation
Partners
  • Regional Government of Ucayali
  • SERFOR
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
80 Recovery of the upper part of the Aucayacu River in the town of Alto Yacusi in the department of Huánuco

The project focuses on the district of José Crespo y Castillo, Province of Leoncio Prado, Department of Huánuco. The project reaches 180 inhabitants and covers 60 hectares in the middle part of Rio Aucayacu. It seeks to improve the protection of the microbasin with three varieties of bamboo, reforest degraded areas in vulnerable areas, promote the development of agroforestry systems and help environmental awareness and education

Initiative Type
Project financed with a conglomerate of SERFOR-CAF projects and the executing agency's own resources
Initiative Status
In implementation
Funding Amount
S / 1,199,999.98
Partners
  • District Municipality of José Crespo y Castrillo
  • SERFOR
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
81 Recovery, conservation and use of aquatic turtles in communities of Tournavista in Puerto Inca, Huánuco.

The Project is focused on the district of Tournavista, Province of Puerto Inca, Department of Huánuco. The project benefits more than 1002 inhabitants and seeks to ensure the use and marketing of taricayas by the Las Palmas, Macuya, Naranjal and Nueva Alianza de Baños communities. It is expected that at the end of the project the local population will carry out an adequate management of this species, improve their knowledge about the conservation of the Taricaya and strengthen their organizations for the commercialization of this species.

Initiative Type
Project financed with a conglomerate of SERFOR-CAF projects and the executing agency's own resources
Initiative Status
In implementation
Funding Amount
S / 1,185,911.89
Partners
  • District Municipality of Tournavista
  • SERFOR
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
82 REDD + ANP Cordillera Azul

REDD + activities by 1.3 million hectares of the Cordillera Azul National.

The project includes infrastructure management, establishment of viable protected areas, stabilization of land use and tenure in the buffer zone, working with communities and local officials and coordination with the regional and national governments to design development strategies that are compatible with the biodiversity of the Natural Protected Area. The project has received funding from various sources including the Field Museum, United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, the MacArthur Foundation, the Foundation Exelon Frankel Family Foundation and the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation (AECID).VCS and CCB standards were used.

Initiative Type
REDD+ project
Initiative Status
In Progress
Partners
  • CIMA Park
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
83 REDD project in Brazil nut concessions in Madre de Dios

Reducing deforestation of 500,000 hectares in concessions on Brazil nuts

According the IBD the project is reevaluated and has an amount of USD 1,031,170 undisbursed. BAM works with producers CEPROCAM. It had sales with institutional buyers LAN, La Positiva. Total cost is US $ 4.5M.

Initiative Type
REDD+ Project
Initiative Status
In Progress
Partners
  • Bosques Amazónicos
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
84 REDD+ Cordillera Azul National Park

Through an innovative Public-Private Partnership between the Peruvian State through the National Service of Protected Areas-SERNANP, the Centro de Investigación y Manejo de Áreas Naturales–CIMA Cordillera Azul, and the Althelia Climate Fund, the Cordillera Azul National Park REDD+ Project is preserving more than 1.3 million hectares of pristine montane rainforest within the Cordillera Azul National Park, and supporting the sustainable land use of its rich buffer zone large of 2.5 million hectares. The Park, which is among one of the largest protected areas in Peru, is bigger than the US state of Connecticut and is home to around 6,000 plant species, more than 80 large and medium size mammal, around 180 species of fishes, and over 600 species of birds. On large mammals, 11 are listed on CITES-I, including spectacled bears, giant otters, jaguars, cougar, bush dogs and giant armadillos; as well as 9 bird species, including harpy eagle, curassow and several macaws.

The project will protect this unique biodiversity and restore degraded lands with agroforestry systems (cocoa & coffee) in the buffer zone relied upon by small farmers and local communities for their livelihoods, and as consequence it will avoid more than 15 million tonnes CO2 emissions over the next 6 years due to the reduction on deforestation, which is equivalent to the emissions from all the flights passing through London’s Heathrow Airport over the same period.

Partners
  • Peruvian State through the National Service of Protected Areas-SERNANP
  • the Centro de Investigación y Manejo de Áreas Naturales–CIMA Cordillera Azul
  • and the Althelia Climate Fund
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
85 Regional Development Fund (FONDESAM)

Financing Regional Public Investment Projects and Supply Chains under the Production - Protection Approach.

The FONDESAM Ucayali (Amazon Development Fund) will finance and co-finance the design and execution of regional public investment projects, including the facilitation of access to credit for smallholders producers (OR 599-2014). This fund is administered by COFIDE as trust of the Regional Government of Ucayali. In 2017, the Government of Ucayali began using these resources to guarantee the credit of small agricultural producers. A pilot began in July 2017 with the issuance of a letter of guarantee for US$ 200 000 to the Cooperative Collpa de Loros.

Initiative Type
Public Investment
Initiative Status
Under Implementation
Funding Source
FONDESAM Ucayali (Amazon Development Fund)
Funding Amount
Initial guarantee US $200 000
Partners
  • COFIDE
  • Cooperative Collpa de Loros.
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
86 Regional Ris3 Innovation Agenda Project Piura

The Project seeks to achieve an impact on regional economic development, based on research and innovation strategies for smart specialization (Research and Innovation Strategy form Smart Specialization, RIS3), which promote a favorable scenario for social and economic growth, with a planning of how to invest in research, development and innovation (R + D + i). This initiative is promoted by the Regional Government of Piura, the National University of Piura, the University of Piura and the Chamber of Commerce and Production of Piura. Account with the subsidy of the Concytec, through Cienciactiva. It seeks to articulate the dynamic proposed by the Regional Development Agency for Piura as a coordination mechanism and inter-sectorial and intergovernmental coordination and that, through the Secretariat of Decentralization, are promoted and directed to lead the articulation of the national Government.

Initiative Type
Project implemented with CONCYTEC resources through Active Science.
Initiative Status
In implementation
Funding Amount
Undetermined
Partners
  • Regional Government of Piura
  • National University of Piura Chamber of Commerce and Production of Piura
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
87 Regional Water Fund (FORASAN)

With the approval of the Regional Ordinance, the Piura Regional Government officially constitutes FORASAN, encouraging the participation of all water users to contribute to the integrated management of water resources in the Chira Piura basin, based on the implementation of the Plan of Water Resources Management and as an operational unit to the Technical Secretariat of the Water Resources Council of the Chira Piura Basin.

The purpose of FORASAN is to capture, manage and channel investments to guarantee the quantity and quality of water resources in the Chira Piura basin. It has strategic allies at the local, regional, national and international cooperation levels such as: user boards, private companies, the Piura Regional Government, the National Water Authority through the Chira Piura CRHC and the National Fund for Protected Natural Areas by the State-PROFONANPE; Also, the National Superintendence of Sanitation Services -SUNASS, The Nature Conservancy (TNC), World Bank, USAID Project FOR Water, Swiss Cooperation - SECO and Fund of the Americas-FONDAM.

Initiative Status
Developed in 2015.
Funding Source
USAID, Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO)
Partners
  • The FORASAN is led by the Regional Government of Piura and the National Water Authority – ANA through the Council of Water Resources of the Chira Piura Basin and has an independent mechanism for the management of resources that favors transparency
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
88 Saweto Dedicated Grant Mechanism - Peru

Support Indigenous Peoples in the Peruvian Amazon in their efforts to establish the enabling conditions for sustainable forest management practices. Project Components:

Component 1 - Native Land Titling

Component 2 - Indigenous Forestry Management

Component 3 - Project Management, Monitoring and Evaluation

Initiative Type
Iniciativa de Pueblas Indigenas
Initiative Status
Under implementation
Funding Amount
US$5.5 million
Partners
  • AIDESEP, CONAP, WWF
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
89 Services improving protection and sustainable management of forests Regional Conservation Area Dry Salitral Huarmaca

The project seeks to promote sustainable management of ACR Salitral Huarmaca Dry Forest through six primary activities: i) the construction of infrastructure and equipment for management, control and monitoring; ii) the preparation of planning and normative documents of the ACR and provide technical assistance for the design and development of planning software; iii) the development of an efficient system of control, monitoring and surveillance; iv) designing a management plan for the protection of flora and fauna; v) the development of appropriate knowledge and commitments of the population for participation in conservation; vi) a commitment from the local government to suppor the conservation and protection of the ACR.

Initiative Type
Technical Assistance Partnership
Initiative Status
In Progress
Partners
  • SERNANP
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
90 Sierra and Selva Alta Project in Peru

The central objective of the project is defined as "Small rural producers in the Sierra and Selva regions strengthen their organizational levels and entrepreneurship capacity, capitalizing their assets in a sustainable manner". The Project has three components: component 1: Valorization of assets of small rural producers, component 2: Access to financial and non-financial services, and component 3: Capacities for local development with territorial focus

Initiative Type
Project with public resources.
Initiative Status
In action
Funding Amount
Total USD36.5 million for four regions of Peru (Cajamarca, Lima, San Martín, Amazonas). Total for Amazonas not determined.
Partners
  • Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation
  • Agrorural
  • National Institute of Agrarian Research
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
91 Social Fund of the Integral Bayóvar Project (FOSPIBAY)

The FOSPIBAY is a non-profit civil association that was set up with the purpose of managing the resources of the Social Fund of the Integral Bayóvar Project in social programs aimed at executing projects to benefit the area of ​​influence of the Bayóvar Project. The area of ​​influence of the Bayóvar project is understood to be the Province of Sechura and in particular the San Martín de Sechura Rural Community, included within the territory of the province, located in the department of Piura where the sustainable development projects will be developed. The FOSPIBAY has as priorities: a) health care programs for the elderly, girls, boys and women in gestation, especially those living in poverty and extreme poverty, in agreement with the MINSA or private entities, b) public service centers or similar for rural population centers, providing them with sustainable basic public services, c) scholarships to pay for the education of children and young people, especially those living in poverty and extreme poverty, in the zones rural, d) infrastructure and basic services (education, health, water and sanitation, electrification, access roads), training and strengthening of technical and management capacities, e) improvement of the quality of education in schools, including programs of education promoted by the State, such as equipping schools with the necessary infrastructure to implement the extension of the hours of dictation and the program bilingual English-Spanish teaching, f) construction of basic agricultural infrastructure, g) formation of commercial conglomerates, development of productive chains and technical assistance to agricultural producers, h) promotion of business training and market information for small local entrepreneurs, ei) technology management projects for the recovery, conservation and management of natural resources for production.

Initiative Type
Social fund administrator by a civil association
Initiative Status
In action
Funding Amount
Variable depending on annual transfers
Partners
  • FOSPIBAY
  • Piura Regional Government
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
92 Strengthening capacities for sustainable forest management of the dry tropical forest of the north coast of Peru

This Project funded by the ITTO considers three products: a) improving the management level of the regional administration for the management of the degraded forests of Tumbes, Piura and Lambayeque, b) the public sector and civil society are actively involved in decision-making for sustainable forest management at the regional level, and c) capacities developed for the operational technical management of SFM of community forests on the north coast. Specific activities for Piura not defined.

Initiative Type
Project of international cooperation with resources of the International Tropical Timber Organization implemented by AIDER
Initiative Status
In implementation since the second quarter of 2017
Funding Amount
USD437,478.00 (of which the project costs are USD355,741.00). Specific budget for Piura not defined.
Partners
  • SERFOR
  • AIDER
  • Regional Government of Piura
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
93 Support for the implementation of the Joint Declaration of Intent on REDD + between Peru, Norway and Germany (WWF-DCI)

The WWF-DCI Project was executed during the 2015-2016 period and sought to contribute to the early implementation of the DCI. The Project considered five components or expected results: a) result 1. the Government of Peru, civil society and indigenous peoples increase their commitment to the implementation of Phase 2 of the JIU, 2) result 2. agrarian policies and instruments of regional development are improved and incorporate the approach of low carbon agriculture and production, protection and inclusion in San Martin and Ucayali, 3) result 3. Deforestation in two regions of the Peruvian Amazon (San Martin and Ucayali is monitored, 4) result 4. land tenure of improved native communities, and 5) result 5. improvement of forest protection in territorial reserves. Activities for the Amazon Region included the participation of the Regional Government of Amazonas in the design of the Implementation Plan for Phase II of the JIU.

Initiative Type
Project executed through WWF under the leadership of MINAM, MINCU, GORELO, WWF, Forest Trends, Earth Innovation Institute, Alternate Development Mechanisms
Initiative Status
Completed Period: 2015-2016
Funding Amount
NOK 47,500,000. Total executed in Amazonas not specified.
Partners
  • Ministry of the Environment
  • Regional Government of Loreto
  • WWF
  • AIDESEP
  • CONAP
  • Forest Trends
  • Earth Innovation Institute
  • Alternate Development Mechanisms
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
94 Support the implementation of the DCI-UNDP

In the case of Ucayali and San Martin this project seeks to implement forest zoning by providing technical personnel, equipment and funding processes for zoning and titling in coordination with the Regional Environmental Authority and the Regional Agrarian Authority. To date, it has been advancing on Module I of the Forest Zoning. The project also supports the titling of areas of native communities (seeking recognition, titling and expansion of 53 native communities). The project will conclude in November 2017.

Initiative Type
Technical Assistance Partnership, Indigenous Peoples Initiative
Initiative Status
Under Implementation
Funding Source
UNDP
Funding Amount
$6M
Partners
  • United Nations Development Program
  • MINAGRI - Dirección General de Asuntos Ambientales Agrarios Gobierno
  • Reional Governments of San Martin and Ucayali
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
95 Support the implementation of the DCI-UNDP

In the case of Ucayali and San Martin this project seeks implement forest zoning by providing technical personnel, equipment and funding processes for zoning and titling in coordination with the Regional Environmental Authority and the Regional Agrarian Authority. To date, it has been advancing on Module I of the Forest Zoning. The project also supports the titling of areas of native communities (seeking recognition, titling and expansion of 53 native communities). The project will conclude in November 2017.

Initiative Type
Technical Assistance Partnership, Indigenous Peoples Initiative
Initiative Status
Under Implementation
Funding Source
UNDP
Funding Amount
$6M
Partners
  • United Nations Development Program
  • MINAGRI - Dirección General de Asuntos Ambientales Agrarios Gobierno
  • Reional Governments of San Martin and Ucayali
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
96 Sustainable Forestry Development Program, inclusive and competitive - SERFOR - CAF

This project supports regions in strengthening their management capacity and monitoring in forestry, with their equipment offices and checkpoints. The project also has specific activities with regional governments and the management of protected areas, forest land, advancing the national forest inventory, implementation of spatial data infrastructures, implementation of anticorruption plan in the forestry sector, improved control and forest monitoring and promotion of forestry value chains. The project also has a grant fund for submitting public investment projects at regional level.

Initiative Type
Technical Assistance Partnership, Public Investment
Initiative Status
Under Implementation
Funding Source
National forest and Wildlife Service, Andean Development Corporation, regional governments
Funding Amount
$76M
Partners
  • National forest and Wildlife Service
  • Andean Development Corporation
  • regional governments
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
97 Sustainable Forestry Development Program, inclusive and competitive - SERFOR - CAF

This project supports regions in strengthening their management capacity and monitoring in forestry, with their equipment offices and checkpoints. The project also has specific activities with regional governments and the management of protected areas, forest land, advancing the national forest inventory, implementation of spatial data infrastructures, implementation of anticorruption plan in the forestry sector, improved control and forest monitoring and promotion of forestry value chains. The project also has a grant fund for submitting public investment projects at regional level.

Initiative Type
Technical Assistance Partnership, Public Investment
Initiative Status
Under Implementation
Funding Source
National forest and Wildlife Service, Andean Development Corporation, regional governments
Funding Amount
$76M
Partners
  • National forest and Wildlife Service
  • Andean Development Corporation
  • regional governments
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
98 Sustainable Forestry Development Program, inclusive and competitive - SERFOR - CAF

This project supports regions in strengthening their management capacity and monitoring in forestry, with their equipment offices and checkpoints. The project also has specific activities with regional governments and the management of protected areas, forest land, advancing the national forest inventory, implementation of spatial data infrastructures, implementation of anticorruption plan in the forestry sector, improved control and forest monitoring and promotion of forestry value chains. The project also has a grant fund for submitting public investment projects at regional level.

Initiative Type
Technical Assistance Partnership, Public Investment
Initiative Status
Under Implementation
Funding Source
National forest and Wildlife Service, Andean Development Corporation, regional governments
Funding Amount
$76M
Partners
  • National forest and Wildlife Service
  • Andean Development Corporation
  • regional governments
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
99 Sustainable Forestry Development Program, inclusive and competitive - SERFOR - CAF

This project supports regions in strengthening their management capacity and monitoring in forestry, with their equipment offices and checkpoints. The project also has specific activities with regional governments and the management of protected areas, forest land, advancing the national forest inventory, implementation of spatial data infrastructures, implementation of anticorruption plan in the forestry sector, improved control and forest monitoring and promotion of forestry value chains. The project also has a grant fund for submitting public investment projects at regional level.

Initiative Type
Technical Assistance Partnership, Public Investment
Initiative Status
Under Implementation
Funding Source
National forest and Wildlife Service, Andean Development Corporation, regional governments
Funding Amount
$76M
Partners
  • National forest and Wildlife Service
  • Andean Development Corporation
  • regional governments
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
100 Sustainable Forestry Development Program, inclusive and competitive - SERFOR - CAF

This project supports regions in strengthening their management capacity and monitoring in forestry, with their equipment offices and checkpoints. The project also has specific activities with regional governments and the management of protected areas, forest land, advancing the national forest inventory, implementation of spatial data infrastructures, implementation of anticorruption plan in the forestry sector, improved control and forest monitoring and promotion of forestry value chains. The project also has a grant fund for submitting public investment projects at regional level.

Initiative Type
Technical Assistance Partnership, Public Investment
Initiative Status
Under Implementation
Funding Amount
$76M
Partners
  • National forest and Wildlife Service
  • Andean Development Corporation
  • regional governments
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
101 Sustainable Productive Landscapes

From an integral management of the landscape, the objective of the project is to promote sustainable production systems, free of deforestation, to generate multiple environmental benefits. The project covers a national scale at the level of policies and regulations, and another at the level of territorial management. The latter is located in the Ucayali region (Padre Abad province and Nueva Requena district) and in the Huánuco region (Puerto Inca province). The project area covers 2.2 million hectares, in which there are protected natural areas, forests of permanent production, timber and non-timber concessions, rural properties, native communities and approximately one third of the territory is not categorized.

The project is based on three components:

1. Improve the policy, planning and governance framework for the harmonized use of land and avoid deforestation.

2. Promote incentives and financial mechanisms for sustainable production, providing access to producers to certification standards and markets.

3. Strengthen technical capacities to rehabilitate and preserve ecosystems.

Initiative Status
In Implementation
Funding Source
UNDP
Funding Amount
$ 500,000
Partners
  • UNDP
  • Ministry of the Environment
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
102 Sustainable Productive Landscapes

The project aims create favorable policies, regulations and land planning instruments to reduce pressures on the Amazon forests, taking into account the needs of developing and implementing sustainable production systems.The initiative will transform production practices of principal deforestation drivers (coffee, oil palm and cocoa) towards more sustainable techniques. The project is implemented in the province of Padre Abad in Ucayali.

Initiative Type
Technical Assistance Partnership
Initiative Status
Pending Approval
Funding Source
UNDP
Funding Amount
$18M
Partners
  • UNDP
  • Ministry of Environment
  • Ministry of Agriculture
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
103 USAID / USF Program for Forest Supervision and Resource Strengthening - Forest

This cooperation program seeks to strengthen forestry authorities (national and regional) through specialized assistance for the development of forest standards, improve transparency, availability and use of forest information, develop a training program for authorities, regents and communities natives, contribute to the strategic planning of SERFOR, training on the management of forest fires, classification of forest products and support to the EIA of SENACE. Specific activities for Ucayali will be defined in 2019.

Initiative Type
USFS cooperation program financed with USAID / USFS resources to the Peruvian Government administered by PROFONANPE
Initiative Status
In implementation
Funding Amount
To be defined by 2019
Partners
  • USFS
  • SERFOR
  • Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation
  • Ministry of the Environment
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali
104 USAID / USF Program for Forest Supervision and Resource Strengthening - Forest

This cooperation program seeks to strengthen forestry authorities (national and regional) through specialized assistance for the development of forest standards, improve transparency, availability and use of forest information, develop a training program for authorities, regents and communities natives, contribute to the strategic planning of SERFOR, training on the management of forest fires, classification of forest products and support to the EIA of SENACE. Specific activities for Loreto will be defined in 2019.

Initiative Type
USFS cooperation program financed with USAID / USFS resources to the Peruvian Government administered by PROFONANPE
Initiative Status
In implementation
Funding Amount
To be defined by 2019
Partners
  • USFS
  • SERFOR
  • Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation
  • Ministry of the Environment
Jurisdictions
Amazonas Huánuco Loreto Madre de Dios Piura San Martín Ucayali