Amazonia 2.0 in Peru already has the recognition of the “Veedurías” (monitoring) by the state, as a management, governance and monitoring model, for forests and indigenous territories. In this way, monitoring has become the technical support of the communities. They work in territory management, monitoring (extractive industries and forest management) and governance.
The signing of the private sector pact, a declaration of intention and commitment, has been achieved to work the wood in a legal and transparent way.
In Peru there are now 12 community monitoring and 2 indigenous monitoring groups conformed, implemented and constituted, for a total of 18 monitors and 27 custodians operating.