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Training courses on agriculture and the environment in Junín
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ODS 17.

Raising awareness and adapting agriculture to changing climatic conditions.

Chanchamayo-Tal Peru

Direct Beneficiaries

420

Indirect Beneficiaries

27.000

Project
duration

2019-2022

Required donations

10.000

Project goal

Within the framework of training courses, 300 smallholder families are to be sensitised with regard to environment and sustainable agriculture. Through the sensitisation measures in the form of practice-oriented workshops, water resources and biodiversity are protected. In addition, newly acquired knowledge will make agricultural production more profitable in the long term.

Sensitisation of the population

Awareness-raising courses on water and forest conservation are being conducted in six village communities. In addition, local authorities are also being trained on environmental protection and water resource issues. The training courses and workshops aim to raise awareness on environmental and water resource protection.

Environment-friendly agriculture

Environmentally friendly agriculture in the form of adapting production to climatic changes is to be taught in practice through established demonstration plots. The project will also reforest a total of 450 ha of forest in the form of six community tree nurseries.

Our local partner

The focus of Aprodes’ work is the promotion of sustainable, economic and social development of disadvantaged population groups while preserving natural resources and the environment. Active since 1996, Aprodes now works in 4 regions of Peru: Lima, Junín, Cuzco and Piura.

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