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Carpish Montane Forest.
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Establishment of Three Protected Areas in Carpish Montane Forest of Carpish - Yanachaga Conservation Corridor in Peru
Grantee Name: 
Naturaleza y Cultura Peru
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CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy

Establish a regional conservation area and two private conservation areas totaling 131,000 hectares in Peru’s Carpish Montane Forest using a community conservation model that will include co-management between communities and local governments. The project will fund technical studies; community consultations; capacity building for sustainable development; fundraising, management planning and implementation; and the establishment of local management committees.

Strategic Direction: 1 Improve protection and management of 36 priority KBAs to create and maintain local support for conservation and to mitigate key threats.