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Program Support Project

a)  GENERAL OBJECTIVE

Contribute to the strengthening of the Tri-National Program for the Conservation and Development protected areas of the Corridor of the Protected Areas of La Paya, Gueppi, and Cuyabeno, as a model for the coordinated management of adjoining protected areas in border areas that can be replicated in other parts of the Amazon.  

b)  SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES

  1. Develop a joint planning process that builds a common vision, and complements and feeds back into the planning processes of each of the protected areas, including specific plans for resource management and the public use and management of the buffer zones.
  2. Facilitate joint learning and capacity-building processes and the exchange of experiences oriented towards sharing technical strengths and optimizing the use of available resources and coordination in the territory.   
  3. Strengthen the joint operational capacities of the protected areas.  Develop legal and operational instruments that permit the coordinated and collaborative action of the teams in the area and their strategic allies. 
  4. Document and systematize the experience for the dissemination and incorporation of the products and results into the Protected Areas Program of the ACTO ⁄OTCA.  

c)  MAIN EXPECTED RESULTS

  1. Proposed strategic plan for the corridor’s conservation and sustainable development
  2. Management Plans that are consistent with the corridor of protected areas.
  3. Training Plan for Gueppi.
  4. Development of proposals for harmonizing the sectoral rules about the use of natural resources (land and marine) and cross-border tourism with the goal of formally presenting them to authorities. 
  5. Protocols for the management and exchange of information among the protected areas (relating to monitoring and GIS).

d)  ACTIVITIES 

- Proposed strategic plan for the corridor’s conservation and sustainable development

- Management Plans that are consistent with the corridor of protected areas.

- Training Plan for Gueppi.

- Development of proposals for harmonizing the sectoral rules about the use of natural resources (land and marine) and cross-border tourism with the goal of formally presenting them to authorities.  

- Protocols for the management and exchange of information among the protected areas (relating to monitoring and GIS).

e)    PARTICIPATING ORGANIZATIONS

 

OCTA

 

As an international entity, the Organization for the Amazon Cooperation Treaty Organization (ACTO, or the Spanish acronym of OCTA) worked through its Permanent Secretariat to coordinates the procedures under the Amazon Cooperation Treaty (ACT) and puts its decisions into action. The various thematic areas of ACTO’s work - political, diplomatic, strategic and technical - correspond with different instances of the Treaty and ensure compliance with the goals of both the ACT and the ACTO. 

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CAN

CAN

CAN

The Andean Community of Nations (ACN, or the Spanish acronym CAN) is a subregional organization with international legal presence.  It is made up of Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, and by those entities of the Andean Integration System.  Its

La Comunidad Andina de Naciones (CAN) es una organización subregional con personalidad jurídica internacional. Está formada por Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Perú y Venezuela y por los órganos e instituciones del Sistema Andino de Integración (SAI). While its history dates back to the signing of the Cartagena Agreement, CAN itself began operations in August 1997.

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GIZ

 

The services provided by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ-GmbH) are based on thheir strong technical and regional expertise, and proven effectiveness in knowledge management.  As a national organization, they help the German government reach its goals in the area of international cooperation for sustainable development.  At the same time, they are committed to the education of the entire world.  

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AUTONOMOUS NATIONAL PARKS OF SPAIN 

 

The Network of National Parks is an integrated system for the protection and management of a selection of the best examples of Spanish natural heritage.  It consists of selected national parks, a policy framework, material and human resources, relevant public institutions, and a defined system of relationships that enable its operation.  

The goal of the Network is to ensure the conservation of the selected national parks, enable their use by the public, and improve scientific knowledge of their natural and cultural value.  In this way, it will promote the social consciousness of conservation, the exchange of knowledge and experiences relating to sustainable development, the formation of qualified professionals to work in the field, and participation in international networks and programs.  

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PATRIMONIO NATURAL

 

Patrimonio Natural (‘Natural Heritage’) is a Colombian development fund that specializes in strategic investments to conserve nature and the services that it provides. 

- Propose and manage legal frameworks and public policies the help finance the conservation of nature.  

- Design and consolidate mechanisms and financial instruments.

                          - Administer and manage projects. 

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PROFONANPE

 

PROFONANPE has established itself as one of the most important financial tools for the conservation of Peru’s biodiversity, after more than ten successful years of successful institutional operation and joint work with public and private organizations involved in the management of protected areas.  This effort in interagency coordination has created synergies  and efforts to work towards the common vision of conserving national biological diversity. Therefore, interagency collaboration plays a key role for PROFONANPE, because it makes possible the fulfillment of its mission.  

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