Posted on 08/13/2019
Maynas. Indigenous organizations and representatives of native communities that are part of the Sieko Pai Administrative Contract Executor (ECA) met with the aim of validating the Airo Pai Communal Reserve Master Plan and holding the Members' Assembly that approved the Annual Operational Plan 2019 (POA 2019) and incorporated new communities as members of ECA Sieko Pai. These activities were carried out between July 30 and August 1, in the Tambo auditorium located in the town of Cabo Pantoja, in the Napo river basin.
Photo: CEDIA. Validation workshop of the Airo Pai Communal Reserve Master Plan.
These meetings were attended by representatives of the five native communities that are members of the ECA Sieko Pai (San Martín de Porres, Mashunta, Zambelin de Yaricaya, Vencedor and Segundo San Juan), indigenous organizations such as OISPE (Organización Indígena Secoya del Peru) and ORKIWAN (Organización Kichwaruna Wankurina del Alto Napo) together with a management group "Los Pioneros del Aguarico" from the Cabo Pantoja town center.
Likewise, three native communities (Puerto Estrella, Dos Fronteras and Painkenanpe) and members of the AD HOC commission (Torres Causana District Municipality, Peruvian National Police, Peruvian Army, PEDIC) were present., CEDIA and SERNANP).
Photo: CEDIA. ECA Sieko Pai Members Assembly.
It should be noted that the Airo Pai Communal Reserve is a protected natural area co-managed by the State and has a Master Plan, also developed in a participatory manner. CEDIA has been supporting these initiatives through the project “Expansion of the Airo Pai Communal Reserve for the protection and sustainable conservation of the Complex of ANPs of Güeppí - Peru”, financed by the Rainforest Trust.
 Special Project for the Comprehensive Development of the Putumayo River Basin of Peru
 The Center for the Development of the Amazonian Indigenous
 National Service of Natural Areas Protected by the State