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Peru – Form Peru

Transforming degraded lands into an ecological buffer zone for an Amazonian national park and a new forestry business for value-added timber products. Revenues will be generated by producing and manufacturing sustainable and traceable (semi) timber products based on native species, for local and international markets. It will be a nucleus site, engaging existing smallholders and indigenous communities in an outgrower program to uplift the local socio-economic conditions.

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Congo – Parcs de Noé

This National Park is one of the most biodiverse parks in Congo with dense forests, wetlands and savannahs giving home to populations of endangered forest elephants, great apes and turtles. The park is under increasing pressure of illegal mining, logging and poaching activities and additional revenues are needed for protection.