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Conservation through management of natural resources

We aim to have the protected areas in general and the specific species with which we work recognized as important components of the national conservation strategy and on high standards for biodiversity protection in the long term. 


Johny Farfan (middle) and Enit Martínez (right) talking to Matsiguenka indians in Yomibato, Manu NP, Peru. © Daniel Rosengren

BMUB Project
This project is part of the International Climate Initiative (IKI). The Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB) supports this initiative on the basis of a decision adopted by the German Bundestag. The FZS Peru has been responsible for implementing the BMUB project in collaboration with SERNANP, municipal and district governments since 2013. 

uncontacted tribes alto purus peoples

Purus - Manu Conservation Corridor

The Purus - manu Conservation Corridor Project provides long-term support for the preservation of biodiversity on behalf of the local communities and indigenous groups living in voluntary isolation that inhabit the region.

 The FZS Peru seeks to support, strengthen and implement activities for the effective management of the protected areas. 

FZS and SERNANP walking across the Pampas del Heath in heavy rain, Bahuaja Sonene NP, to check camera traps. Peru. © Daniel Rosengren

Heath Project

The “Conservation and Sustainable Tourism in the Heath River Basin” project proposes to strengthen management of the protected areas as a combined strategy for conservation activities such as monitoring, protection and management of natural resources, in addition to the introduction of ecotourism as a long-term, sustainable activity. 

Pongo del Coñeq - NP Manu

Project CEPF - Strengthening Sustainable Tourism

This FZS Peru project benefits mainly tourism entrepreneurs in the Kosñipata - Carabaya sector (Cusco Region) through the design of a participative tourism development plan and the subsequent formation of a network of local tour operators.