New Regional Conservation Area in Ucayali, Peru, Contributes to a Binational Cultural and Wildlife Corridor

By Andes Amazon Fund | July 24, 2021

Andes Amazon Fund celebrates the creation of the Communal Alto Tamaya – Abujao (CATA) Regional Conservation Area in Ucayali, Peru. Established on July 22, the new area protects 370,685 acres…

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New Kakataibo Indigenous Reserve in Peru Protects Indigenous People Living in Voluntary Isolation

By Andes Amazon Fund | July 22, 2021

Andes Amazon Fund celebrates the declaration of the Kakataibo Indigenous Reserve by the Peruvian government on July 21. The new reserve, which was created to provide strict protection for the…

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It Takes a Village: Maintaining a Healthy Ecosystem and Bringing Back Peru’s National Tree.

By Andes Amazon Fund | July 7, 2021

In October of 2019, the department of Cajamarca in Peru established its first regional conservation area: Bosques el Chaupe, Cunilla and Chinchiquilla. Since then, through Andes Amazon Fund’s support, Nature…

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Peru’s new Bosques Secos del Marañón Regional Conservation Area Protects Unique Dry Forests Along South America’s “Grand Canyon”

By Andes Amazon Fund | May 13, 2021

Established on May 12, the Bosques Secos del Marañón Regional Conservation Area will protect the rare Marañón dry forest ecoregion, an area underrepresented in the Peruvian National Protected Area System. …

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New Regional Conservation Area Protects the Largest Extension of Páramo in Cajamarca and over 250 Species of Birds

By Andes Amazon Fund | May 6, 2021

The Páramos y Bosques Montanos de Jaén y Tabaconas Regional Conservation Area, established on May 5 in the department of Cajamarca, Peru protects 77,930 acres of páramo, a unique, high…

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New 2.7-million-acre Yavarí Tapiche Indigenous Reserve Established in Peru to Protect Indigenous People Living in Voluntary Isolation

By Andes Amazon Fund | April 19, 2021

Andes Amazon Fund celebrates the creation of the 2.7-million-acre Yavarí Tapiche Indigenous Reserve in the department of Loreto in Peru on April 10, marking a victory for the protection of…

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The Amazon’s Beating Heart: A Voluntary and Communal Conservation Network Caring for Peru’s Ecosystem

By Andes Amazon Fund | April 9, 2021

Since our inception, Andes Amazon Fund (AAF) has focused on conserving the biodiversity, ecosystems, and environmental health of the Andes and Amazon. Through grants awarded to dedicated local nonprofits, we’ve…

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Chuyapi Urusayhua Regional Conservation Area: Protecting Cusco’s Cloud Forests and Vital Water Resources

By Andes Amazon Fund | March 24, 2021

A new protected area safeguards tropical biodiversity and increases the resilience of montane communities against climate change. The Regional Government of Cusco, Peru has just declared the Chuyapi Urusayhua Regional Conservation…

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A Look Back at 2020

By Andes Amazon Fund | March 1, 2021

This past year, the COVID-19 pandemic challenged people across the world, and the countries sharing the Amazon were among the most impacted. Indigenous peoples experienced higher mortality rates than in…

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3 Kichwa Indigenous Communities Titled in Peru, Securing their Ancestral Homeland

By Andes Amazon Fund | February 5, 2021

At the heart of our mission at Andes Amazon Fund is the protection of lands so that indigenous people and nature can flourish. In a remarkable victory for conservation and…

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