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Since mid-2023, Bosques Amazónicos (BAM) and Nuevo Belén, a local community adjacent to our REDD+ The Last Habitat conservation project in Campo Verde, Ucayali, have been developing an initiative that seeks to improve the income of cassava and fariña producers. Together with the community, we started a project for the development of productive cassava plots,...
This is the first group of students that have been awarded with this scholarship program, an initiative by REDD+ Brazil Nut Concessions aimed at forging a better future for families in Madre de Dios. In a joint effort to promote excellent educational opportunities in the region, positively impacting the quality of life for the project’s...
Last Sunday, September 15, a training workshop was held for the prevention of forest fires, which plays a fundamental role in the fight for the preservation of our forests. This event, the result of collaborative work between BAM, the National Amazonian University of Madre de Dios (UNAMAD) and the XVI Fire Department of Madre de...
At Bosques Amazónicos (BAM) we include local communities as part of our value proposition to ensure the long-term sustainability of our efforts. In this way, we are able to positively impact the people who live in and from the forests, the environment and biodiversity in Peru. En este artículo, te contaremos sobre el taller de...
Learn the stories of the Brazil nut women guardians of our extraordinary forests! At REDD+ Brazil Nut Concessions (REDD+ BN) we seek to contribute to the improvement of the social, economic and political conditions of the women who are members of the project, in an environment of equity and free of violence. In line with...
Within the framework of the agreement signed with the National Amazonian University of Madre de Dios (UNAMAD) and aligned with Sustainable Development Goal 4: quality education, our REDD+ Brazil Nut Concessions (REDD+ BN) conservation project has launched a University Scholarship Program for all concession partners and children and grandchildren of project partners. In order to...
SCIENCE AND COMMUNITY On April 28th, a group conformed by REDD+ Brazil nut concession project partners and children of project partners entered the Brazil nut forests of Marita Vargas, concessionaire member of the REDD+ project. The purpose was to join a team of scientists from the Natural History Museum of the Universidad Mayor de San...
On April 18 and 19, the concessionaire families, partners of the REDD+ Brazil Nut Concessions project, reaffirmed their commitment to forest conservation, sustainable forest management, and the development and continuity of the REDD+ project developed by Bosques Amazonicos (BAM). In a letter of pronouncement, the Brazil nut producers (concessionaires) acknowledged the support and benefits that...
Preserving the Brazil nut forests Don Alfonso confidently strides down the muddy path. Taking him inside the depth of the forest. He’s short but stocky and has the smile of a loving grandfather. He has a wooden stick in his hand, known as a payana, and a hand-woven tamshi-fiber basket. The route—barely perceptible—winds its way...

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