Posted on October 26, 2021
Watchtower. Communities affiliated with the Asheninka Organization of the Gran Pajonal (OAGP) They will work together with the Center for the Development of the Amazonian Indigenous (CEDIA) to resolve the legal situation of their communal territories and achieve titling, as well as to improve the use of their resources and manage the attention of their basic services and electricity.
This was the result of the agreements reached during the “Institutional Strengthening of the OAGP and base communities” workshop, held on October 1 and 2, at the Centro Poblado Oventeni, in the Raymondi district, Atalaya province, Ucayali region. The workshop was attended by 75 representatives of 30 native communities and 7 members of the OAGP board of directors, who agreed on the need to prepare a diagnosis on the physical-legal sanitation situation of their territories.
Likewise, the OAGP will have the opportunity to carry out an internship in the Apurímac River Valley, where CEDIA works with the Organization Asháninka Machiguenga of the Apurímac River (OARA), so that they can exchange experiences and learn about the operation of the integral farms and fish farms that have been installed in the area. It should be noted that the workshop and the activities proposed with the OAGP are within the framework of the new project financed by Nuevo Planeta
 The Organización Asheninka del Gran Pajonal (OAGP) is part of the Aidesep Ucayali Regional Organization (ORAU) that carries out its activities in the Ucayali region.