Peru Heritage Initiative Transition Fund for the natural protected areas of the Amazon biome

Consolidate effective management in 38 NPAs of the Amazon biome, which represent approximately 17 million hectares conserved in Peru, generating the enabling conditions for such management (2019-2029) and ensure its financial sustainability in perpetuity.

Inicio:

01/01/20

Culminación:

31/12/2029

Financiamiento

US$ 24.22 millones

Rol de Profonanpe:

Administrador

Contributing
Entity:

Global Environment Facility (GEF)

A partnership for international cooperation in which 183 countries work together with international institutions, civil society organizations and the private sector to address global environmental challenges.

Executing
Entity:

Peru Heritage Initiative Transition Fund for the natural protected areas of the Amazon biome

SERNANP

The National Service of Natural Areas Protected by the State - SERNANP is in charge of directing and establishing the technical and administrative criteria for the conservation of Natural Protected Areas - NPAs, and to ensure the maintenance of biological diversity.

Location:

Loreto, Amazonas, Cajamarca, San Martin, Ucayali, Huánuco, Pasco, Junin, Cusco, Madre de Dios, Puno

Beneficiary:

Population living in the zones of influence of the NPAs of the SINANPE Amazon biome.

Main
achievements

92% of the PNAs in group 1 are registered in SUNARP's PNA registry.

Closing of demarcation gaps was achieved for: Tingo Maria NP, Otishi NP, Ichigkat Muja NP

Cordillera del Condor, Gueppi Sekime NP, Ashaninka CR, Pacaya Samiria NR, Tambopata NR.

As part of the strengthening of the Strategic Development Directorate, inputs were provided for the demarcation, updating of master plans and preparation of monitoring and control plans for PNAs.

The UOF carried out virtual assistance workshops to update the master plans of 20 PNAs, in line with the government's provisions for prevention and management in the context of the pandemic.

Forty management groups were identified to be beneficiaries of the reactivation fund for resource management activities.

92% of the PNAs in group 1 are registered in SUNARP's PNA registry.

Closing of demarcation gaps was achieved for: Tingo Maria NP, Otishi NP, Ichigkat Muja NP

Cordillera del Condor, Gueppi Sekime NP, Ashaninka CR, Pacaya Samiria NR, Tambopata NR.

As part of the strengthening of the Strategic Development Directorate, inputs were provided for the demarcation, updating of master plans and preparation of monitoring and control plans for PNAs.

The UOF carried out virtual assistance workshops to update the master plans of 20 PNAs, in line with the government's provisions for prevention and management in the context of the pandemic.

Forty management groups were identified to be beneficiaries of the reactivation fund for resource management activities.

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