Posted on 11/11/19
Pucallpa. Six work teams made up of representatives of the Ucayali Regional Directorate of Agriculture (DRAU), the Center for the Development of the Amazonian Indigenous (CEDIA) and indigenous organizations, will enter the main basins of the Atalaya province in Ucayali to carry out the diagnosis of communal territories that will allow defining a physical-legal sanitation Plan for the province.
The field work that began in November and is expected to culminate in January 2020, are part of the inter-institutional agreement between the DRAU and CEDIA for the development of the “Diagnosis of the Property, Tenure and Use of the land and other Natural Resources of Native Communities and others ”, in the province of Atalaya, Ucayali region that will provide valuable information for the authorities that seek to meet the demand of indigenous populations in relation to the titling of their territories.
Photo. CEDIA. Training of field brigades that will develop a diagnosis of the province of Atalaya, Ucayali.
The field teams that have begun these works have had prior preparation through workshops to strengthen their capacities where institutions such as CONAP have participated., ORAU, SERNANP, ARAU, OSINFOR, SERFOR, GRFFS, ANA, ARA, MINCUL, among others, related to the issue of physical-legal sanitation.
Photo: CEDIA. Participants of the workshop held from October 28 to 31 of the present.
It is important to mention that this activity is within the framework of the project "Final Impulse to Protect Indigenous Lands in the Peruvian Amazon" financed by the Rainforest Trust. With this project, it is expected to close the territorial gaps of the indigenous peoples in Ucayali and Loreto, achieving the titling of more than 200 native communities.
 Confederation of Amazonian Nationalities of Peru.
 Regional Organization of the Inter-Ethnic Development Association of the Peruvian Forest Ucayali.
 National Service of Natural Areas Protected by the State.
 Ucayali Regional Environmental Authority.
 Forest Resources and Wildlife Supervision Agency
 National Forest and Wildlife Service.
 Regional Forest and Wildlife Management.
 National Water Authority.
 Regional Environmental Authority.
 Culture Ministry.