ES Blog: Nurturing Cultural Resilience: The Asháninka Communities and CARE Federation in Peru’s Ene Region août 31, 2023 The CARE Federation is a testament to the strength, resilience and unity of the Asháninka Indigenous People of Peru’s Ene region. In this blog, RFUK explores the Asháninka way of life and how CARE’s support brings about positive … Lire plus

Putting land-use planning into action: community monitoring with the Ashaninka février 6, 2023 To put their land-use planning work into action, RFUK has supported the training of Asháninka community forest custodians on the use of a real time monitoring system called CIPTA (AIDESEP’s Centre for Information and Territorial Planning) – a tool which has been … Lire plus

Land use planning with the Ashaninka in the Peruvian Amazon janvier 26, 2023 Part of our work with the Asháninka communities in the Ene River basin has focused on improving control over their ancestral territories through the development of participatory land use plans.   These plans support their rights to access and use their forests … Lire plus

Célébrer les Ashaninka : un regard sur notre projet de moyens de subsistance durables 9 septembre 2022 Le mois dernier a marqué la Journée internationale des peuples autochtones 2022, qui reconnaît mondialement les contributions, les réalisations et les vastes connaissances des populations autochtones du monde. Pour célébrer cette journée, nous avons voulu partager ce que certaines des communautés avec lesquelles nous travaillons ont ... Lire plus

In an area where forests are threatened by illegal logging, large infrastructure projects, and oil exploitation, Kemito Ene tells a story of indigenous entrepreneurship that sustains families and forests. This successful indigenous social business enterprise is a model for sustainable commodity supply chains worldwide. Kemito Ene advocates for the well-being of its producers based on … Lire plus

RFUK has worked in Peru since 1998, supporting the indigenous peoples of the central Amazon forest region and the Vilcabamba mountain range to defend their lands and their right to lead a life in accordance with their culture and wishes. These mountain and forest regions are some of the most biodiverse ecosystems in the world.