For more than 20 years, the Wildlife Conservation Society has worked with Indigenous Peoples and local communities in Bolivia, Peru and Ecuador; supporting territorial and natural resource management, with a sense of integrality, including actions to strengthen cultural values, conserve natural ecosystems and improve local livelihoods. As a result of this experience, a toolbox has been developed consisting of a set of technical resources to support territorial management processes: booklets, manuals, questionnaires, databases, report formats and training modules. The toolbox provides participatory methodologies that can contribute to the efforts of indigenous organizations to strengthen their territorial management capacities.

A New Toolkit for Indigenous Territorial Management

Publisher: Global Landscapes Forum (GLF)

Language: English

Year: 2021

Ecosystem(s): Forests

Location(s): Latin America

  • Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS)

  • Carina Osio

    Communicator, WCS Bolivia

  • Zulema Lehm

    Regional Social Science Specialist Andes Amazon Orinoquia , WCS

  • Jesus Cueva Araipi

    Secretary of Land and Territory, Subcentral de Comunidades Indígenas Ribereñas Río Mamoré

  • Yamil Nay Vargas

    Assistant in indigenous territorial management, WCS Bolivia

  • Mauricio Saravia

    Technical assistant for indigenous territorial management monitoring, Pilon Lajas indigenous land and biosphere reserve

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