Video – Forestal oversight indigenous committees

The forestal committees are technical instances within the indigenous organizations and native communities, led by their community members, who advise on the comprehensive management of communal territories and forests. They were created by the indigenous peoples themselves with the aim of maintaining survival in their territories.

Training youth that will lead the Amazon

33 indigenous leaders belonging to 5 indigenous peoples (Asheninka, Yine, Amawuaca, Shipibo-konibo and Ashaninka), from 18 communities, are highly trained to teach their community about forest management in their territories. Especially young people between 12 and 16 years of age.