Peru

Governors and Delegates

Amazonas

Governor

Oscar Altamirano Quispe

Delegates

Carlos Alberto Canelo Davila
Manager of Economic Development
ccanelo@regionamazonas.gob.pe

Huánuco

Governor

Juan Manuel Alvarado Cornelio

Delegates

Econ. William Rodriguez Jara
Regional Manager of Natural Resources and Environmental Management
wrodriguez@regionhuanuco.gob.pe

Juan Edmundo Moncada Alvites
Regional Manager of Economic Development
jmoncadaa@gmail.com

 

Loreto

Governor

Elisban Ochoa Sosa

Delegates

Tony Jonatan Mori Vargas
Regional Economic Development Manager
tjmorivargas@gmail.com

Mario Yomona Morey
Regional Environment Manager
myomona.ara@gmail.com


Madre de Dios

Governor

Herlens Jefferson Gonzales Enoki

Delegates

Erbert Cardenas Farfan
Director de la Oficina de Cooperación Técnica Internacional
ecardenaswara@gmail.com

Luis Armando Nieto Ramos
Gerente de Recursos Naturales y Gestión de Medio Ambiente
luisnira16@gmail.com

Piura

Governor

Servando Garcia Correa

Delegates​

Cesar Elìas Talledo Mendoza
Program Coordinator, NORBOSQUE
ctalledo@regionpiura.gob.pe

José Yoni Rivera Córdova
Manager of Natural Resources and Environmental Management
jriverac@regionpiura.gob.pe


San Martín

Governor

Pedro Bogarin Vargas

Delegates

Tito Jaime Hidalgo
Manager of Regional Economic Development
tjaime@regionsanmartin.gob.pe

Gerardo Cáceres Bardalez
Manager of the Regional Environmental Authority
gcb19782010@hotmail.com 

Ucayali

Governor

Angel Luis Gutierrez Rodriguez

Delegates

Noe Klever Guadalupe Baylon
Manager of the Regional Environmental Authority
nguadalupe@mgru.regionucayali.gob.pe 

Vicente Javier Nuñez Ramirez
Manager of Regional Economic Development
vnunez@mgru.regionucayali.gob.pe 

News from Peru

GCF Task Force Participates in Oslo Tropical Forest Forum

GCF Task Force Participates in Oslo Tropical Forest Forum

Last month, the GCF Task Force participated in the 2022 Oslo Tropical Forest Forum. As explained by the Norwegian Development Cooperation Agency, the “Oslo Tropical Forest Forum is a key global conference that gathers policy-makers and practitioners from civil...

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“The indigenous brothers are those who best preserve the forests and the water…. We must identify ways for greater involvement of these indigenous brothers in the conservation and development of forests.”

–Governor Oscar Altamirano Quispe of Amazonas, Peru

Agricultural Supply Chains

Coalition for Sustainable Production

The Coalition was launched in 2017 during the Amazon Expo in San Martín, Peru under the name “Public-Private Coalition.” GCF Task Force members have supported the design and creation process since its inception. In 2019, the Public-Private Coalition adopted the name “Coalition for Sustainable Production,” becoming a multi-stakeholder space that seeks to promote the development of sustainable jurisdictions and production chains free from deforestation in Peru. In 2020, the Coalition began an active institutional life, has a roadmap, its governance bodies and a sector action plan (in coffee, cocoa, palm, Amazonian fruits) through the jurisdictional sustainability initiative. Its main objectives are based on multi-stakeholder advocacy to address systemic problems in value chains and promoting a favorable framework for the development of sustainable businesses.

Regional Incentive Program

The regional incentives program seeks to empower the member governments of the GCF Task Force to implement public instruments that promote and develop sustainable business models. Its purpose is to develop 4 instruments in subnational jurisdictions: jurisdictional brands for committed actors, development of access to financing through regional funds, promotion of productive public-private alliances, and promotion and development of differentiated productive offerings.

Jurisdictional Sustainability Initiative (in partnership with TFA)

The alliance between the Tropical Forest Alliance and the GCF Task Force in Peru seeks to develop an intervention model to connect the private sector and value chains within the framework of low-emission rural development strategies. Processes will be facilitated so that the prioritized territorial units carry out the following actions: i) design a shared vision and action plan, with multi-stakeholder participation, based on jurisdictional strategies, ii) solutions are designed and dialogue is promoted to the implementation of commitments; iii) a public-private governance is installed and iv) a joint performance monitoring tool is in place. Likewise, this will be complemented in a transversal way in aspects such as the training of decision makers, systematization of a knowledge package and a national and global communication campaign. In a first stage, two intervention areas have been prioritized in Alto Huallaga, San Martin and Padre Abad, Ucayali.

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