Iquitos. As part of the sustained work being carried out by the Center for the Development of the Amazonian Indigenous (CEDIA) in the Loreto region, this Thursday, January 17, the institutional presentations with the new authorities of the Regional Government of Loreto began. During the meetings, the work in the region, the institutional objectives and the projects in execution were explained. Likewise, emphasis was placed on the intention to continue building synergies for the development of the communities.
The presentations began with the regional deputy governor, Andrés Ferreyra Macedo. The Regional Production Directorate (DIREPRO) was also visited, where the presentation was made to the regional director, Clara Chuquimbalqui, and the director of fishing extraction and processing, Debbie Ocampo.
Likewise, a meeting was held with the manager of the Regional Environmental Authority (ARA), Toni Mori Vargas; and then with Kenjy Teran Piña, Manager of Forest Development and Wildlife.
Another important presentation was with the Regional Management of Indigenous Affairs (GRAI), where cooperation in the work for indigenous peoples was consolidated through its manager, Gerges Bocanegra.
Finally, the CEDIA team went to the Regional Agrarian Directorate of Loreto before Sergio Donaire, Regional Director; and Rafael Pezo, Director of the Directorate of Legal Physical Sanitation of Agrarian Property (DISAFILPA).
Through these meetings, CEDIA reaffirms its commitment to the communities of the Loreto region and to work in solidarity with regional authorities for the development of the Amazon.