Posted on 07/15/2019
Iquitos. Today, Sergio Antonio Donayre, director of the Regional Agrarian Directorate (DRA) of Loreto and Alberto Romero Ramon, president of the Center for the Development of the Amazonian Indigenous - CEDIA, signed the Support and Coordinated Work Agreement with the aim of contributing to the process of territorial ordering and closing, definitively, the legal and physical sanitation gap that persists in Loreto.
With this, they seek the formalization and legal security of the territories of the native and peasant riverside communities that exist in the region. Both institutions will also develop actions aimed at strengthening and improving the management of the communities and their representative organizations, through training activities.
The signing was carried out at the facilities of the DRA Loreto, it was also attended by Luis Trevejo, CEDIA's northern regional director, Candy Vilela, responsible for inter-institutional relations at CEDIA, Blanca Sandoval, CEDIA's GIS specialist, and Urfiles Pérez, attorney for the DRA Loreto.
The Regional Agrarian Directorate of Loreto and CEDIA have been joining forces since 1993, their joint work has focused on the execution of actions for the recognition, titling and expansion of territories of native and peasant riverside communities settled in different basins of the region.