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Mayangna Women’s Government creates their strategic plan

Mayangna Women’s Government creates their strategic plan

The Board of the Mayangna Women's Government gathered in Managua, this 5 and 6 of October, with the objective of designing the strategic plan for the next five years of administration. Some of the strategic actions that they jointly defined are: To protect and...

Mayangna Women’s Government creates their strategic plan

The Board of the Mayangna Women's Government gathered in Managua, this 5 and 6 of October, with the objective of designing the strategic plan for the next five years of administration. Some of the strategic actions that they jointly defined are: To protect and conserve Mother Earth by promoting the rescue of traditional Mayangna values; to empower Mayangna women on gender inequalities, indigenous rights and leadership; to create community awareness on Climate Change in order to develop...

AMPB reconfigures work plans and technical support in territories

AMPB reconfigures work plans and technical support in territories

The technical team of the Mesoamerican Alliance of Peoples and Forests (AMPB) and its semi-autonomous units coordinated strategic themes to continue supporting the region's territorial agenda and the work of AMPB member organizations. From August 16 to 20, the...

AMPB and new Executive Secretary of CCAD plan actions for the forest agenda in the region

AMPB and new Executive Secretary of CCAD plan actions for the forest agenda in the region

The Coordinator of the Mesoamerican Alliance of Peoples and Forests (AMPB) held a meeting this September 31 with the new Executive Secretary of the Central American Commission for Environment and Development (CCAD), Jair Urriola Quiroz, and his team, in which they agreed on the relevance of joint work in the region to promote the forestry and territorial governance agenda.

Cabécar indigenous women association wins prestigious Equator Prize

Cabécar indigenous women association wins prestigious Equator Prize

The Kábata Könana Indigenous Women's Association, from Talamanca Cabécar (Costa Rica), was announced this July 15 as the winner of the 12th Equator Prize, awarded by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and its partners. The prestigious award recognizes local...

FOMUJER opens call to strengthen food security and traditional medicine

FOMUJER opens call to strengthen food security and traditional medicine

The Mesoamerican Fund for Strengthening Political and Business Capacities of Indigenous Women and Local Communities (FOMUJER) opened calls with the objective of improving the food security of the indigenous and community-based peoples of the Mesoamerican region who protect, care for and manage important areas of forests.

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