Posted on 09/10/2019
Pucallpa. The coordination between the Regional Directorate of Agriculture of Ucayali (DRAU) and the Center for the Development of the Amazonian Indigenous (CEDIA) has made it possible to have the first proposal for the distribution of field work that will collect information for the diagnosis of ownership, tenure and land use in the province of Atalaya, in the department of Ucayali, a study that will allow obtaining updated data on the state of communal territories in the region.
The agreements were carried out with the new head of the DRAU Native Communities Area, Eng. Manuel Rivas during the meetings held on September 5 and 6 of this year, in the city of Pucallpa, where the Directorate of Physical Legal Sanitation also participated. of the Agrarian Property (DISAFILPA) and the German Cooperation GIZ.
The development of the field work will include the Urubamba and Tambo river basins, for which brigades have been established that will be made up of both institutions and that will also receive training to guarantee the adequate implementation of the methodology.