The Amazon 2.0 project in Brazil, in partnership with the Pro-Indio Commission of Acre (CPI-Acre), published in November a didactic material for remote learning in community-based territorial monitoring. The material consists of a three-module booklet and audiovisual material to support remote training and is available in Portuguese and in the native languages of the Manchineri, Jaminawa and Huni Kuin indigenous peoples.
In four sessions, between May 18 and 26 of 2021, Amazonia 2.0 (A2.0) provided a second cycle of virtual training, this time in English, to improve skills on the use of the Geovisor developed by the project.
In four sessions between May 4 and 12, 2021, Amazonia 2.0 provided a virtual workshop in Spanish and Portuguese to improve skills in the use of the Geovisor developed by the project.
An overview of the bilateral agreements between Brazil and Peru, concerning the border area between the State of Acre and the Peruvian Department of Madre de Dios, was presented at the beginning of December to a group of entities operating in that region, these include the Acre State Environment Secretariat (SEMA - AC), the Pro-Indian Commission of Acre (CPI - Acre), the Indigenous Federation of the Madre de Dios River and its tributaries (Fenamad) and the Chico Mendes Institute for Biodiversity Conservation (ICMBio). The survey was conducted by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN - Brazil), as part of the activities of Amazônia 2.0 (A2.0) project.