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Promoting a Culture of Sustainable Development in Rural Communities

PROJECT NAME

Promoting a Culture of Sustainable Development in Rural Communities in North-Western Ecuador through Popular Training and Capacity-Building Processes.

FINANCED BY

DVV International

PROJECT DURATION

January 2013 – November 2015

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The project objective is to increase the level of participation of social actors in rural communities to exercise their impact on the construct of local good living “buen vivir”.

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Facilitating Access for Local Communities

PROJECT NAME

Facilitating Access for Local Communities from the Mira and Pastaza basins to the Socio Bosque Program in Ecuador

FINANCED BY

WWF – Belgium – The Belgian Techical Cooperation

PROJECT DURATION

March 2015 – December 2016

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The local communities from the Mira basin have access to the economic incentives offered by the “Socio Bosque” program as a new source of income and for the protection of their natural heritage, and at the same time improving their socio-economic situation and reducing vulnerability to climate change and deforestation.

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Participación de la sociedad civil en procesos de gestión comunitaria

NOMBRE DEL PROYECTO

Participación de la sociedad civil en procesos de gestión comunitaria, incidencia en políticas comunitarias y públicas, y producción agroecológica, en territorios indígenas, áreas protegidas y comunidades del noroccidente de Ecuador, el suroccidente de Colombia, y la Amazonía Ecuatoriana.

FINANCIADO POR:

Amigos de la Tierra – Suecia

DURACIÓN DEL PROYECTO

Enero 2014 – Diciembre 2016

DESCRIPCIÓN DEL PROYECTO

Este proyecto está dirigido a fortalecer las capacidades locales de las comunidades rurales y así contribuir a una mejor gestión de territorios indígenas, áreas protegidas y comunitarias mediante una mayor participación de la sociedad civil en procesos de gestión comunitaria, producción agroecológica e incidencia en políticas, de la Ecoregión Sur del Chochó: el Suroccidente de Colombia, el Noroccidente de Ecuador y la Amazonía Ecuatoriana.

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Sustainable Management of Indigenous Territories and Protected Areas

PROJECT NAME

Sustainable Management of Indigenous Territories, Public Protected Areas and Communities in Ecuador and Colombia

FINANCED BY

Friends of the Eart – Sweden

PROJECT DURATION

January 2017 – December 2021

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The project objective is to strengthen governance in indigenous organizations, communities, local governments and associated groups through the active participation, inclusion and equality of youths, men and women and the exercise of their rights in the bi-national zone Ecuador – Colombia, Ecoregion Southern Chocó.

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Forests, Protected Areas and Ecosystem Services

PROJECT NAME

Forests, protected areas and ecosystem services

FINANCED BY

WWF Belgium

PROJECT DURATION

January 2017 – December 2021

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The project objective is to improve the socio-economic status and quality of life of the Ecuadorian communities in the Mira, Pastaza and Putumayo basins through an improved protection of their forests and systems of sustainable production.

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Promotion of a Culture of Sustainable Development

PROJECT NAME

Promotion of a Culture of Sustainable Development in Rural Communities in Northwestern Ecuador through Public Training and Capacity Processes.

FINANCED BY

DVV International

PROJECT DURATION

January 2016 – November 2018

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The project objective is to increase the level of participation of social actors in rural communities to exercise an impact on the local construction of the concept of “buen vivir” (well-being).

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Proyecto Social

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Strengthening the Governance of the Bi-national Mira River Basin

PROJECT NAME

Strengthening governance in the Bi-national Mira River Basin through the development of strategies for climate change adaption which improve the resilience of ecosystems and ensure the provision of their ecosystem services.

FINANCED BY

The MacArthur Foundation

PROJECT DURATION

January 2015 – August 2017

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The project aims to strengthen territorial management and governance in the Bi-national Mira River Basin (Ecuador and Colombia) with the participation of autonomous and decentralized governments, local community actors and regional and national state institutions from both countries. The project includes promoting the conservation, protection and management of water sources, as wel as the sustainable management of natural resources and the consolidation of public and private conservation areas such as the Golondrinas Protected Forest (BPG), community areas that are in the Socio Bosque program (PSB), indigenous territories: Awá and the Pasto Commune La Esperanza (CLE), and community territories; all to achieve a better governance and management of the bi-national basin.

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Proyecto Educación

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