Grant Name:

Indigenous People, Resource Management and Conservation

  • Date Awarded:
    Feb 2004
     
  • Amount:
    $1,358,258
     
  • Term:
    36 months
     
  • Grant ID:
    GBMF434
     
  • Funding Area:
    Environmental Conservation
     
 
 

With this grant, Instituto del Bien Comun is using science-based research and geographic information system (GIS) mapping software to create improved management tools for the large natural landscapes of Peru. Outcomes include increased organizational capacity, a geo-referenced GIS-based cadastral map of Peru’s indigenous communities, assessment and management for the Pachitea River Basin (2.9 million hectares), and management for protection of 3.96 million acres of Amazonian rain forest in Loreto Department, Peru.

Related Grants

Instituto del Bien Comun (The Common Good Institute) (6)

date grant program term amount
Jul 2016 Building a Durable Regional Conservation System in Loreto, Peru Environmental Conservation 15 months $500,000
Apr 2015 Consolidation of the Ampiyacu Mosaic in Loreto, Peru Environmental Conservation 24 months $1,703,000
Sep 2012 Consolidation of Putumayo-Amazonas Indigenous Landscape in Loreto, Peru Environmental Conservation 24 months $1,795,000
Oct 2010 Resource management for forest conservation in Protected Areas and Indigenous Lands in Peruvian Amazonia Environmental Conservation 14 months $707,260
Apr 2007 Indigenous People, Resource Management and Conservation Environmental Conservation 36 months $2,490,621
Feb 2004 Indigenous People, Resource Management and Conservation Environmental Conservation 36 months $1,358,258

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