Main objective

MAIN OBJECTIVE OF THE PROJECT 

 

To establish a natural area as “Amaru Mayu Ecological conservation voluntary Reserve”  where it protects and preserves the natural species of flora, fauna through sustainable development and management of these fragile forests for the benefit of human groups in this town, the region, the country and the world

PROVIDING ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES ****************************************

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES OF THE PROJECT

  • To achieve official recognition as private conservation area and certified forest.
  • To provide society and the environment the production of eco-systemic services
  • To protect and conserve natural species of plant, animal and/or mineral that are within the area.
  • Provide more profitable systems that help improve the standard of living of the populations that are attached to the conservation area, promoting participatory inclusion.
  • Avoid forest concessions that predate the natural ecosystem.
  • Make agreements with universities in the country and abroad through our Eco-volunteer programs where analogy forestry practice as an alternative to conserve and develop sustained and steadily technique.
  • Stimulate organic agriculture,
  • Increase the income of the direct and indirect beneficiaries through the sale of certified organic products.To protect and preserve soils, water sources and threatened species.
  • To promote the knowledge of nature and its contemplation by sightseeing where true ecotourism is encouraged.
  • Carry out reforestation activities in areas with native species.
  • Develop eco-volunteer activities where local people participate and foreigners who have children to care of nature or special interest to ichthyology, pisciculture, aquaculture, biology, botany, etc.
  • Develop programs to show alternatives fertility of water (fish farming).
  • Create an alternative destination to the area for tourist use of the Manu National Park
  • Protect, rescue and preserve a representative sample of the resources of flora and fauna, and its tropical landscaping.
  • Demonstrate an example of sustainable management with indirect use of resources.
  • Develop research programs that can be helpful in solving social problems afflicting neighbouring communities, involving them directly in all those activities that require a joint effort to promote sustainable development and quality of life