For more than 20 years, the Wildlife Conservation Society has worked with Indigenous Peoples and local communities in Bolivia, Peru and Ecuador; supporting territorial and natural resource management, with a sense of integrality, including actions to strengthen cultural values, conserve natural ecosystems and improve local livelihoods. As a result of this experience, a toolbox has been developed consisting of a set of technical resources to support territorial management processes: booklets, manuals, questionnaires, databases, report formats and training modules. The toolbox provides participatory methodologies that can contribute to the efforts of indigenous organizations to strengthen their territorial management capacities.
Zulema LehmRegional Social Science Specialist Andes Amazon Orinoquia
Jesus Cueva AraipiSecretary of Land and Territory
Subcentral de Comunidades Indígenas Ribereñas Río Mamoré
Yamil Nay VargasAssistant in indigenous territorial management
Mauricio SaraviaTechnical assistant for indigenous territorial management monitoring
Pilon Lajas indigenous land and biosphere reserve
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