2nd ASL 2 Project Technical Supervision Mission

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Fundação Getulio Vargas – FGV, the executing agency of the second phase of the Amazon Sustainable Landscape Project – ASL, participated in the project’s Technical Supervision Mission. The ASL is linked to the Global Environment Facility – GEF Program, which aims to protect areas of globally relevant Amazonian Forest ecosystems and implement policies to promote the sustainable use of natural resources and the recovery of native vegetation in the region.
 
The Technical Supervision Mission of the Amazon Sustainable Landscapes Project (ASL), which takes place twice a year, was carried out in Santarém, in the State of Pará, from November 7th to 9th, 2023, aims to monitor progress, evaluate project challenges and, at the end, validate an action plan to contribute to improving project execution.
The agenda was created by the State Secretariat for Environment and Sustainability of Pará – SEMAS/PA and the Institute for Forestry and Biodiversity Development of the State of Pará – IDEFLOR-Bio, with the support of the World Bank, MMA and CI-Brasil.
 
During the mission, the technical teams from the operational units, from the states that carry out ASL activities (AM, AC, RO and PA), were able to learn about project initiatives, which could be supported with project resources, such as the Jamaraquá community in the Tapajós National Forest, which develops sustainable activities such as the production of biojewelry from latex extracted from rubber trees and meliponiculture; a visit to the Terra Verde organic site, in the community of Lavras, agroecological practices; a visit to the Quilombola Bom Jardim Territory, where participants were able to hear the demands of the territory. 
 
Finally, to close the field activities, participants had the opportunity to meet the Anâ community, at Resex Tapajós Arapiuns, that develops work such as Community-Based Tourism, fish farming in cages, handicrafts and meliponiculture.
 
The mission brings a great opportunity for those who build public policies and develop projects to experience the daily life of the local community, and from this to be able to build projects and actions that truly meet local needs.
 
The next mission will be in April 2024 in the State of Amazonas.

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