(i) To promote agroforestry management and production in traditional and indigenous communities, so as to build a sustainable economic alternative to deforestation; (ii) to provide support for territorial control and monitoring; and (iii) to strengthen local community organization


Close to 720 indigenous people that live in the Kampa do Rio Amônia indigenous land (TI), represented by the Apiwtxa; and another 600 indigenous people in the Kaxinawá-Ashaninka TI by the Breu River; and 50 communities on extractive reserves from Alto Juruá; in addition to dialogue strengthening activities with Ashaninka communities in Peru by means of exchange programmes

Territorial scope

Region of Alto Juruá in the state of Acre

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