Published on 10/6/2020
Pucallapa. Last Friday, October 2, the first delivery was made (in the auditorium of the DRAU) of the Diagnosis of the Property, Tenure and Use of the Land and other Natural Resources of the native communities and the coastal peasant communities of the Atalaya province in Ucayali. The delivery was made by the forestry engineer Luis Trevejo Loayza, North Regional Director of CEDIA, within the framework of the inter-institutional agreement signed between the DRAU and CEDIA. This event was attended by the director of DISAFILPA, with the person in charge of the area of native communities, with the person in charge of the cadastre and communications area, and with the staff of the Project for the Cadastre, Titling and Registration of Rural Lands in Peru (PTRT3), among others.
During the presentation, engineer Luis Trevejo emphasized the importance of said document as an information management instrument to plan physical and legal sanitation activities in the Ucayali region. With this, it will be possible to continue working to proceed with the following stages for the titling of the territories of the native and peasant riverside communities of the Atalaya province.
Considering its valuable information, a copy was delivered to the following institutions in the region: Ombudsman's Office, AIDESEP Regional Organization (ORAU) and the GORE Indigenous Affairs Management.
 Regional Directorate of Agriculture of Ucayali
 The Center for the Development of the Amazonian Indigenous
 Directorate of Legal Physical Sanitation of the Agrarian Property of Loreto
 Inter-Ethnic Association for the Development of the Peruvian Jungle
 Regional Government of Loreto