On May 16 and 17, the Center for the Development of the Amazonian Indigenous (CEDIA) held the first Multicommunal Training Workshop for Secretaries and Treasurers of Boards of Directors of six native communities and one peasant woman in the city of Pucallpa in Ucayali. This in order to strengthen their knowledge about the legal documentation of the communities and the management of communal management books such as, for example, the Assembly Act, community register, among others.
25 directors and delegates from the native communities San Mateo, Santa Rosa de Tamaya Tipishca, Nueva Palestina, Nueva Betania, Sol del Oriente, Saasa and the Ribereños GUAPRIES peasant community of the Río Alto Callería in Ucayali participated. They will pass on the knowledge learned to men and women in their respective communities.
In addition, there was the partition of Dr. Milcher Zanca Falcón Public Registrar of the Registry Zone No. VI - Pucallpa Headquarters, who spoke about the Requirements for Registration of Native Communities in SUNARP.
The inauguration of the event was in charge of the Head of the Area of Native Communities of the Regional Directorate of the Agrarian Sector of Ucayali- DRSAU, Ing. Hildebrando Collantes; the closing was made by the Public Accountant Silvio Valles Lomas, responsible for the Regional Institute for the Development of Native Communities of the Ucayali Regional Government.
It should be noted that one of CEDIA's work axes is the strengthening of the community organization. In this it seeks to work the communal organization, management and governance of the community for the strengthening and development of capacities of the same.
This workshop is carried out within the framework of the project "Incorporation of 2.4 million hectares of Tropical Forests of the south east of Loreto - Peru, to participatory conservation", financed by RainforesTrust, which aims to contribute to the Territorial Planning of the watersheds of the rivers, Blanco, Tapiche and Callería in the Loreto and Ucayali Regions, formally incorporating 2.4 Million ha. of priority areas for the conservation of the Loreto Region into Participatory Conservation, considerably increasing the bi-national biological corridor Peru-Brazil.
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