Posted on 04/29/2019
Pucallpa. The Ucayali Regional Directorate of Agriculture (DRAU) met with the technical team of the Center for the Development of the Amazonian Indigenous (CEDIA) to carry out the coordination prior to the situational diagnosis of land tenure and use in Ucayali, a study that will identify the state of the territories in the region.
The meeting that was held on April 29, in the offices of the Area of Native and Peasant Communities of the DRAU. This served to establish the area where the study will be carried out, to identify the titled and recognized communities, as well as to know the requests made to the DRAU. Finally, a field entry program was established.
Present were Alfonso Muñoz, director of the area of native and peasant communities of the DRAU; Isaac Lima, lawyer for the DRAU; Nerio Reategui, indigenous technician of the DRAU; Ricardo Risco, southern regional director of CEDIA; Eddy Mejía, director of physical-legal sanitation at CEDIA and Paul Pino, specialist at CEDIA.
The study in this region is part of the activities carried out within the framework of the project “Final Impulse to Protect Indigenous Lands in the Peruvian Amazon” financed by the Rainforest Trust.