Regional Implementation Team (RIT) in Tropical Andes Hotspot – Peru

Improve the protection and management of seven (7) Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs) prioritized in Peru by the regional program implemented in the Tropical Andes Biodiversity Hotspot, through the involvement of civil society in the implementation of conservation initiatives.

Inicio:

01/10/2018

Culminación:

28/02/2021

Financiamiento

US$ 600,500

Rol de Profonanpe:

Administrador

Contributing
Entity:

Fondo de Alianzas para los Ecosistemas Críticos

Critical Ecosystem Partership Fund (CEPF)

Joint initiative of the French Development Agency, Conservation International, the European Union, the Global Environment Facility, the Government of Japan, and the World Bank. Its main purpose is to ensure that civil society is involved in biodiversity conservation initiatives in the hotspots

Executing
Entity:

Regional Implementation Team (RIT) in Tropical Andes Hotspot – Peru

Profonanpe

We have more than 27 years of experience implementing and monitoring projects that have a positive impact on nature conservation and capacity building of the population.

Location:

Amazonas, Cajamarca, Huánuco, Pasco and Cusco

The program’s projects are developed by civil society organizations in Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru. In Peru, 26 projects have been implemented by 14 organizations.

Beneficiary:

Civil society organizations

Main
achievements

The program has financed 26 projects in Peru, between large and small grants.
It works with more than 15 organizations, supporting them in their conservation actions.

Support has been provided to improve the management of more than 20 protected areas (NPAs and PCAs).

More than 5 networks have been created and supported, among them the AMA Network; the Network of Tourist Operators of the Koñipata district; and the Mining Observatory.

Through our partners, 78,000 new hectares of protected areas have been protected.

We have worked on studies and research on the status of more than 10 species in a vulnerable and critical state.

The program has financed 26 projects in Peru, between large and small grants.
It works with more than 15 organizations, supporting them in their conservation actions.

Support has been provided to improve the management of more than 20 protected areas (NPAs and PCAs).

More than 5 networks have been created and supported, among them the AMA Network; the Network of Tourist Operators of the Koñipata district; and the Mining Observatory.

Through our partners, 78,000 new hectares of protected areas have been protected.

We have worked on studies and research on the status of more than 10 species in a vulnerable and critical state.

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