The Amerindian Peoples Association is wrapping up data collection within six of the seven communities participating in the Amazonia 2.0 project.
The Amazonia 2.0 project in Brazil and the IUCN National Members Committee in this country organised on 30 June and 7 July the online event on "Experiences of Community-based Monitoring in the Brazilian Amazon". The first session addressed the theme of Monitoring Pressures and Threats and Territorial Surveillance, while the second focused on experiences of Monitoring Biodiversity and Natural Resources.
From June 27th to 30th, the Amazonia 2.0 project in Brazil supported the institutional strengthening of the Manxinerune Ptohi Kajpaha Hajene Association (MAPKAHA) - Organization of the Manchineri Indigenous People.
On May 28th, the Amazonia 2.0 project, through its implementing partner ECO REDD, held a participatory workshop in the city of Pucallpa called "Contributions to community management and improved governance for the analysis of existing monitoring systems for timber forestry and other extractive activities".