The mechanism used by the Amapá Fund is endowment type, where the main resource is permanent and has the function of generating continuous income. These proceeds will be applied to projects of consolidation, maintenance, management and sustainable production in the Conservation Units and will benefit associations of extractivists, managers, fishermen and, in the future, also indigenous communities. Benefiting traditional and local populations, the Amapá Fund will provide welfare support to thousands of families living in the state.
- Conservation International - Brazil and Funbio
Rural Development Fund of the State of Amapá - FRAP was created by State Law No. 0039, of December 11, 1992. Its objective is to finance the activities of Agriculture, Plant Extractivists, Agroindustrial and Artisanal Fisheries, within the private sector, helping to promote the economic and social development of the State of Amapá.
- State governor
To strengthen the honey from native bees supply chain in traditional communities in the municipalities of Curuçá, Almeirim and Monte Alegre in the State of Pará and in the municipalities of Macapá and Oiapoque, in the State of Amapá, in order to provide a sustainable economic alternative to deforestation. The Project will work with 30 rural communities – quilombos, indigenous peoples, riverside and extraction communities – comprising an estimated target audience of 310 producers in traditional communities in the municipalities of Curuçá, Almeirim and Monte Alegre, in the state of Pará, and in Macapá and Oiapoque, in the state of Amapá
- Peabiru Institute
Amazon's Nectar aims to provide a sustainable economic alternative to deforestation by strengthening the supply chain of honey from native bees in traditional communities in the municipalities of Curuçá, Almeirim and Monte Alegre in the State of Pará and in the municipalities of Macapá and Oiapoque, in the State of Amapá. The project reaches an estimated 310 producers within 30 rural communities comprised of quilombolas, indigenous peoples, riverside communities, and extraction communities.
- Peabiru Institute
Amazonia SAR implements a deforestation detection system utilizing orbital imaging radar to monitor 950,000 km2 per year (23% of the Amazon biome). Of the total land monitored, 764,000 km2 is comprised of areas under the greatest pressure of deforestation, 144,000 km2 is in the state of Amapá, and an additional 5% of isolated points in the Amazon biome will be monitored due to specific demand.
- Federal Government/Defense Ministry – Operations and Management Center of the Amazonian Protection System (CENSIPAM)
ARPA is the largest protected area program. The main goal of the ARPA Program is, until 2039, to support the conservation and sustainable use of 60 million hectares, equivalent to 15% of the Brazilian Amazon. In Amapá, the Iratapuru Extractive Reserve presents the prerequisites and integrates ARPA
- SEMA and execution of the Appeal with Funbio
The Amazon Fund provides support to projects related to developing sustainable production in conjunction with conservation in the Amazon Biome. Beneficiaries of The Amazon Fund's supported projects include: traditional communities (indigenous peoples, quilombolas, rubber tappers, riverside populations, family farmers, subsistence agriculturists), rural workers involved in settlement projects, low-income populations at risk of social exclusion, collective undertakings, solidarity economies, non-profit institutions governed under private law, and public administration entities.
- Fundação Banco do Brasil (FBB)
Phase II of The Amazon Fund supports projects that facilitate the development of productive activities promoting the conservation and sustainable use of the Amazon Biome; the initiative benefits traditional communities (indigenous peoples, quilombolas, rubber tappers, riverside populations, family farmers, subsistence agriculturists), rural workers involved in settlement projects, and low-income populations at risk of social exclusion.
- Banco do Brasil Foundation (FBB)
Agreement signed in 2014 as IBGE and the Brazilian Army to develop the 'Cartographic base and geodetic network of Amapá', which consists of radar detection on 1:50,000 and 1:25,000 scales. The generation of improved strategic mapping information will bring great benefits to Amapá. For the theme of land use change it has fundamental importance and is serving as the basis for the development of a monitoring system more suitable at conditions of Amapá, which is located in an area with high cloud coverage throughout the year making satellite imagery unfeasible.
- IBGE and the Army Brasileiro
The Rural Environmental Registry - CAR is an electronic national public registry, mandatory for all rural properties, with the purpose of integrating the environmental information of the properties and rural properties related to the Permanent Preservation Areas - APP, restricted use, Reserve Legal, remnants of forests and other forms of native vegetation, and consolidated areas, composing data base for control, monitoring, environmental and economic planning and combat deforestation in Brazil. The State in partnership with the Union has obligations to make CAR on small properties. In the State, it was difficult to raise funds for the execution of the CAR, and the schedule is late.
- Sema and GIZ and IPAM collaboration
Empowers environmental monitoring and control in order to combat illegal deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon over a period of 15 months in regions under the greatest deforestation pressure; utilizes trucks and helicopters to enforce actions in the field.
- Brazilian Institute of Environment and Natural Resources (Ibama)
Supports the strengthening of environmental management in the 529 municipalities across nine states in the Legal Amazon through (i) offering training and technical support (ii) disseminating knowledge and information through networks (iii) fostering innovation and promoting liaison with other government levels and general society within the framework of environmental public policies.
- Brazilian Institute of Municipal Administration (IBAM)
Environmental Monitoring of Brazilian Biomes achieves three objectives: (i) Development and enactment of deforestation monitoring systems for the Atlantic Forest, Caatinga, Pampa, and Pantanal biomes (ii) Calculation of CO2 emissions for deforested areas and creation of a proposed Forest Reference Emission Level (FREL) for each biome, to be provided to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) (iii) Platform development for analysis and visualization of vast geospatial data to benefit the entire national territory through platform development.
- Space Science, Applications and Technology Foundation (FUNCATE) and National Institute of Space Research (INPE)
Supports the development of studies on land use and land coverage in the Amazon biome; expands and improves environmental monitoring by satellites, as performed by the National Institute of Space Research (INPE).
- National Institute of Space Research (INPE)/Science, Applications and Space Technology Foundation (FUNCATE)
Structures the Environmental Operations Company of the National Public Security Agency (FNSP) both physically and operationally to perform environmental operations in the Amazon Biome.
- Federal Government/Ministry of Justice – National Public Security Force (FNSP)
This protection initiative provides support and protection to isolated indigenous peoples and those recently contacted throughout the entire Amazon biome in order to establish physical limits and protect natural resources in settled areas within the territories of these groups and surrounding areas. The project aims to help reduce deforestation in the Amazon.
- Center for Indigenous Work (CTI)
The FAA Project aims to contribute to the process of consolidation of the protected areas of the State of Amapá by strengthening public policies that promote the sustainable use of natural capital through Technical Assistance and Forestry Extension - ATEF to communities living in and around of its limits.
- Execution - IEF and CI
The project had as objectives the consolidation of the conservation and biodiversity management policy of the Amapá government and the implementation of a low impact forest sector in Amapá. Especially in the State Forest of Amapá.
- State government, Conservation International
In 2014 the State of Amapá invested in the acquisition of detailed and reliable information, compatible with the management needs of the entire territory, the "Digital Mapping Base of the State of Amapá" and " Revitalization of the Geodetic Networks of the State of Amapá" Project were conceived. In From these projects the Government sought partnership with Army and IBGE, institutions of excellence in the area.
The project has brought great results in terms of mapping. With 100% of the area of the State mapped on scales suitable for management.
The generation of the cartographic base of Amapá, in scale of detail, has a strategic dimension and its realization is allowing the deepening of knowledge about the state. It also reflects the State's commitment to sustainability, since it will map the 1: 25,000 scale to the Amapá State Forest, a Sustainable Use Conservation Unit in a forest area with more than 3 million hectares, aiming to support issues related to the concession forestry, REDD market, biodiversity and sustainability.
- Government of Amapa and Brazilian Army and IBGE
The project, developed by Idesam with the IEF, built an allocation system for REDD + and projected how many settlements could benefit from credits from REDD + resources to boost their timber production through community forest management. From this project came the publication Practical Guide to Forest Management in Amapá available at https://idesam.org/guia-pratico-do-manejo-florestal-no-amapa/
- Project Executed by IEF and Idesam
Expansion of the demand for Extractive, Quilombola and Indigenous producers of the State of Amapá regarding the access to the Pronaf Aptitude Declarations (DAP) and the rural productive inclusion policies of the Federal Government, especially those that make up the Brazil Without Misery Plan
To increase the number of extractive and legal DAPs issued in the State of Amapá, contributing to increase the access of extractivist, quilombola, indigenous and traditional communities in general to the policies of Family Agriculture and Socio-biodiversity.
- IEF Execution
Untuk mendorong pengelolaan wilayah dan lingkungan yang berkelanjutan di enam TI di negara bagian Amapá dan Pará, membantu mengurangi deforestasi di wilayah-wilayah ini. Proyek ini bekerja dengan sekitar 8.800 penduduk asli dan 60 teknisi di lembaga-lembaga publik di enam tanah adat (TI) yang sebagian berlokasi di tiga kotamadya di negara bagian Amapá dan lima kotamadya di negara bagian Pará
- Lembaga Pelestarian Lingkungan - The Nature Conservancy of Brazil (TNC Brazil)
Project started in 2014 with the objective of making a pilot of Monitoring the Reduction of Emissions from Deforestation, Forest Degradation, Sustainable Forest Management and Increase of Carbon Stocks (REDD +) in an area of 40,910.44 ha located in Module-II of the State Forest of Amapá.
- Execution - IEF
Implements the Forest Inventory in the Amazon Biome to produce information on forest resources, carbon stocks, and territory use by regional populations.
- Federal Government/Brazilian Forest Service (SFB)
Proyek ini akan melatih agen dan manajer lingkungan untuk memperkuat kawasan lindung di negara bagian Amapá. Proyek ini akan bekerja dengan manajer yang terlibat dalam melaksanakan kebijakan publik untuk Unit Konservasi (Kursus Master) dan mereka yang tinggal di unit-unit ini dan di daerah sekitarnya (kursus pelatihan untuk agen lingkungan).
- Tim Konservasi Amazon (ECAM)
The Tactical-Operational Action Plan brings together actions for the containment of deforestation in the Legal Amazon and the feasibility of alternatives for protection and sustainable use of the forest. The State of Amazonas is in its third phase of the Plan (2018 to 2020).
After the launching of its 1st Phase (2008), the reduction in annual rates of deforestation was notable, with values close to 500 km² remaining for seven years, but from 2015 onwards it increased again, reaching 2016 to 1,129 km², increasing 176% compared to 2009. The 2nd Phase of the Plan (2012 to 2015) was not affirmed as a development strategy for the state, remaining with a sectorial character and parallel to the main economic policies. The State stayed for two years without updating its plan, resuming in 2017 the elaboration of its 3rd Phase, recognizing its strategic importance with efforts to contribute to the national goal of reducing deforestation, corroborating the scope of the reduction in 80% until the year 2020.
The Plan is divided into three axes ((i) monitoring, control and surveillance; (ii) territorial and territorial planning; and (iii) agroforestry production chains and sustainable practices), which comprise six macro actions. During the year 2018, mainly actions foreseen in the Plan related to the Axis 2 (Command and Environmental Control) were executed, referring to macro licensing and environmental fiscalization actions. As a result of the actions already carried out, there is the Amazonas Legal Program, which had its first edition in the municipality of Apuí, where the Rural Environmental Licensing and Licensing Unit (CAR) occurred with a historical result of more than 687 rural producers served, 472 applications for Environmental Operating License (LO), 120 records in the CAR.
Besides Amazonas Legal, there were also two enforcement actions in the south of the state. As a result it is possible to observe a reduction 14% 1 in the estimated deforestation rate for the year 2018 in relation to the high rate presented in the year 2016. The result of these actions will be most seen in 2019, as the annual rate of deforestation consolidated by Prodes has differentiated intervals, which always cover August to July of the following year.
- Government of the State, ICMBIO, IBAMA, ALEMA, FUNAI, EMBRAPA, Municipal Governments, Federation of Farmers, Federation of Agriculture
The initiative supports the structure of the National Center to Prevent and Combat Forest Fires (PREVFOGO) programme both physically and operationally, along with training locals to monitor, prevent, and combat forest fires and unauthorized burns in the Amazon Biome through environmental education.
- Brazilian Institute of the Environment and Renewable Natural Resources (IBAMA)
Profisc I-B is organized by the Federal Government to support the activities of Ibama for environmental monitoring and deforestation control in the Legal Amazon.
- Brazilian Institute of Environment and Natural Resources (Ibama)
ARPA finances the conservation of tropical forests linked to the conservation units in Brazil
- Federal Government, coordinated by the Ministry of the Environment, managed financially by FUNBIO (Brazilian Biodiversity Fund) and financed with resources from the Government of Germany'
- s Global Environment Facility (GEF) - through the German Development Bank (KfW) of the WWF Network - through WWF-Brazil, and the Amazon Fund, through BNDES
The REDD + project for the Guianas shield aims to implement a regional and technical platform for the development of REDD + in the Guiana Shield, improving the environmental capital of the Guiana Shield. The project established technical dialogue between Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana and Amapá and was able to coordinate joint studies for the region of the Guiana shields.
- ONFI (France)
- GFC (Guyana)
- IEF (Brazil)
- SBB (Suriname)
The plan represents the guidelines that will guide the strategies, goals and actions of the State in the quadrennium 2017-2020 and its main objective is to reduce deforestation and the degradation of native vegetation, as well as to control forest fires, promoting the maintenance of ecosystem services.
- Leader : BNDES / Amazon Fund
- Partners: Government of Acre
Fosters sustainable territorial and environmental management to help reduce deforestation across six Indigenous lands (TI) partially located in three municipalities in the state of Amapá and five municipalities in the state of Pará—benefitting approximately 8,800 indigenous people and 60 technicians at public institutions within these municipalities.
- Environmental Conservation Institute – The Nature Conservancy of Brazil (TNC Brazil)
The 2014 project proposed a Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) methodology and the training of public servants to carry out projects that incorporate valuation and payment or compensation in REDD + programs as a component of the Extractive Production Development Program and Family Agriculture Program.
- Project Executed by IEF and the company Environmental Partner Assets
In 2018 the Government of Amapá partnered with the Brasil Mata Viva Company, consolidating in the State the Tesouro Verde Program, a demand for years for a State that has conserved its forests and produced ecosystem services for the world, and which until then had not accounting economically and generating income, enabling better living conditions. The program is at the beginning, but opens several opportunities encouraging forest conservation.
- Government Amapá and BMTV
Training to Conserve aims to train environmental agents and managers involved in implementing public policies for Conservation Units in an effort to strengthen the protected areas in the state of Amapá. The initiative implements two distinct courses for each beneficiary—a Master course for managers and a training course for environmental agents living in and around Conservation Units.
- Amazon Conservation Team (ECAM)