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30.04.24

Community Video: Monitoring Paiche Fish Repopulation in Puerto Juan, Morona

Dashed lineThe community of Puerto Juan (Shinguito) in the Morona River basin mobilized a group of 12 people, with high participation from women, to manage the project component of Paiche fish repopulation. The group conducted a Paiche census in their oxbow lake using the plot…
AfricaAIPPAsiaBiodiversity monitoringCHIRAPAQCIPDPCommunity-led conservationCountryFPPGTANWICCSIINIMPECTInternational processesKenyaLand and resource rightsLMMalaysiaPartnersPASDPeruPhilippinesPIKPRegionReportSustainable livelihoodsThailandThe AmericasThemesTraditional and local knowledgeTypeUNEP-WCMC
11.04.24

Project Update April 2024

This Project Update, published in April 2024, brings together updates from the Transformative Pathways partners on their key activities and work undertaken since the start of the project in 2022.   Capacity building sessions on biodiversity monitoring have been a key part of the first phase…
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02.04.24

Second Transformative Pathways In-Person Meeting 

In February 2024, twelve project partners of the Transformative Pathways consortium gathered for the second in-person planning and review meeting at Laboot, Chepkitale in Kenya. The meeting hosted nearly 80 participants, including representatives of all organisations, and local community members of the Ogiek of Mt…
Biodiversity monitoringCommunity-led conservationCountryGTANWPartnersPeruRegionSustainable livelihoodsThe AmericasThemesTypeVideo
02.04.24

Community Video: Release of Aquatic Turtles in the Kankiam Basin, Morona, territory of Wampis Nation

In 2023, during the first phase of the aquatic turtle repopulation component of the Pathways project, four communities of the Kankaim (Morona) river basin have released a total of 3291 hatchlings of two species - Taricaya and Charapa - into the Kankaim oxbow lakes. Watch…
Crias de taricaya y charapa en artesas CC.NN. Puerto Juan
Biodiversity monitoringCommunity-led conservationCountryGTANWPartnersPeruPress ReleaseRegionSustainable livelihoodsThe AmericasThemesType
04.12.23

Wampís to release aquatic turtles in the Kankaim Basin, Morona

The Autonomous Territorial Government of the Wampis Nation (GTANW), through the management groups of the San Juan, Puerto Juan, Sánchez Cerro, and San Francisco de Chiwaza communities in the Morona District, Datem del Marañón Province, will be releasing 3,205 hatchlings of Yellow-spotted river turtles “Taricaya”…
IIFB Indigenous caucus at COP15 in Montreal, Canada.
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30.08.23

Indigenous Peoples and the Kunming-Montreal Biodiversity Agreement

During UN Convention on Biological Diversity’s COP15 meeting in Montreal, December 2022, representatives from Forest Peoples Programme (FPP), UNEP-WCMC, Indigenous Information Network (IIN), The Autonomous Territorial Government of the Wampis Nation (GTANW), Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP) and IMPECT all participated. Global and local project partners supported…
EN: Yanesha woman spinning. Central forest. Photo: Bruno Takahashi/ CHIRAPAQ. ES (original): Mujer Yanesha hilando. Selva Central. Foto: Bruno Takahashi/ CHIRAPAQ.
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09.08.23

Showcase on Indigenous contributions to biodiversity conservation: Transformative Pathways website launches

The Transformative Pathways website, launched on the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples, is a platform to evidence Indigenous Peoples' and Local Communities’ work safeguarding biodiversity across the globe. The website is a repository of information  to ensure that Indigenous voices are heard in global biodiversity policy.…
Group photo of the Transformative Pathways Annual Review and Planning Meeting, Included were community members from Thailand, indigenous representatives and staff from partners in Peru, Thailand, Philippines and Kenya, as well as staff from global supporting organizations. Chiang Mai, 2023. The purpose of the meeting was to strengthen the project, reflecting on the previous year, plan for the next, share workplans, participate in capacity-building sessions on CBD international policy processes, workshops on sharing biodiversity monitoring experiences, and advocacy strategies. Photo by PASD.
AfricaAIPPAsiaBlogCHIRAPAQCIPDPCommunity-led conservationFPPGTANWICCSIINIMPECTInternational processesKenyaLand and resource rightsLMPASDPeruPhilippinesPIKPSustainable livelihoodsThailandThe AmericasTraditional and local knowledgeUNEP-WCMC
22.02.23

First Transformative Pathways In-Person Meeting: Annual Planning and Review

The first in-person meeting of the Transformative Pathways consortium took place in Thailand in February 2023. Around 50 participants were present, including project partners, community members and Thai officials. The first day was focused on partner presentations which explored their visions for how this project…