AIDER is a Peruvian non-governmental organization working since 1992 on forest management activities, watershed management and urban forest management on tropical humid and dry forest at a national level. AIDER and the José Ignacio Távara Pasapera rural community have been working on dry forest management and recovery since 1992. This paper summarizes the activity of AIDER in the dry forests for the purpose of recovering degraded forest areas and conserve existing forests by developing sustainable economic activities, all geared to help improve the standard of living of the peasant population. The actions reported here were conducted under a research methodology...
free text keywords: agriculture, forests, natural resources, sustainable development, agricultura, bosques, desarrollo sostenible, recursos naturales, développement durable, forêts, ressources naturelles, Social Sciences, H
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