It corresponds to the processes of legal physical sanitation of the native and peasant communities of the Peruvian Amazon. Within the framework of agreements with the competent entities of the Regional Governments, CEDIA has contributed to the recognition and titling of more than 300 native communities and about 30 peasant communities in the regions of Cusco, Madre de Dios, Ayacucho, Loreto and Ucayali. In these processes CEDIA fulfills the role of facilitator, bringing the State closer to where the communities need it and providing financial and technical support.
In all our years of institutional work, the challenges and the scenarios have been changing. CEDIA, a leading institution in titling issues, has helped improve public policy on sanitation in native communities. It has shown the State that titled indigenous territories also produce credits by preserving the biological and cultural values important to the country.