Our work is permanent and committed. We continue supporting several initiatives directed to promote and contribute with the sustainable development and natural resources conservation in key watersheds, taking into account the climate change effects, which are modifying the rain cycle affecting agricultural production, access to water, exacerbating land degradation and lots of biodiversity reducing the environmental services they provide to local communities.
During 2014 Natura has follow processes in prioritized areas, such as: Panama Canal Watershed (Cirí Grande y Trinidad Subwatershed), Chiriquí Viejo and Santa María Watersheds, through our partners to develop conservation site plans in Caisan Subwatershed and environmental education actions, specifically in Caisan Microwatershed (Chiriquí Viejo), and in Gallito Mircrowatershed (Located in Bulaba, Santa María Watershed). Both processes are participatory and involve local communities and other key stakeholders, identifying and threats for ecosystems. On June, the site plans was finished and alternatives to manage and reduce some of the environmental impacts and pressures are identify and ready to begin the development of specific actions on the field. At the end of 2014, at least 2 new projects will begin in those watersheds to attend degraded soils and restoration jointly with the community.
Natura Foundation maintain its effort to support technically and financially on-going projects in sensitive areas, during the first semester we follow up 16 projects providing: maintenance for 100 hectares reforested in Santa María watershed, reforested and giving maintenance to 170 hectares in the Panama Canal Watershed, and improving life quality in rural families with the construction of 100 ecological stoves in Ciri Grande and Trinidad, Panama Canal Watershed. During this semester 4 projects are finishing.
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Natura Foundation committed with its mission on conservation and sustainable development, continue supporting several initiatives to address climate change effects, some of them are directed to technological and agriculture alternatives for climate change adaptation, reforestation and restoration of degraded areas, including establishment of gallery forest (which are forests that form as corridors along rivers into landscapes that are otherwise degraded affecting water quality and quantity, among biodiversity lost, reducing the environmental services they provide to local communities), maintenance of reforested plots, among others.
During 2013 Natura works in prioritized areas, such as: Pananama Canal Watershed (Cirí Grande y Trinidad Subwatershed), Chiriquí Viejo and Santa María Watersheds, to begin through our partners the development of conservation site plans in Caisan Subwatershed, specifically in Caisan Microwatershed (Chiriquí Viejo), and in Gallito Mircrowatershed (Located in Bulaba, Santa María Watershed), these initiatives are facilitating participatory processes with local communities and other key stakeholders, with whom is working to identify major pressures for ecosystems and also alternatives to manage and reduce environmental impacts and pressures. These processes will be finished on mid 2014. Complementing are two other projects in progress directed to develop environmental education activities in the same watersheds. At the end of 2013, 7 new projects begun, including projects to reforest degraded soils (eg. conservation and protection of riparian forests of Quebrada Honda subwatershed, located in Ciri Grande to reforest 40 hectares and provide maintenance to another 40 hectares).
Natura continues supporting technically and financially 18 on-going projects in rural communities in sensitive areas, providing: maintenance for 100 hectares reforested in Santa María watershed, reforested and giving maintenance to 170 hectares in the Panama Canal Watershed, and improving life quality in rural families with the construction of 100 ecological stoves in Ciri Grande and Trinidad, Panama Canal Watershed. During 2013, 7 of these projects finished.
Our work and commitment is permanent, and your support is important for us. Each contribution received helps us to carry out our work to provide healthy environment for our communities and our ecosystems and its biodiversity.
Natura Foundation continue its work on conservation and sustainable development, carry out several initiatives to promote alternatives to address climate change effects, including introduction of technological and agriculture alternatives for climate change adaptation.
This year our organization is supporting projects in Chiriquí Viejo and Santa María Watersheds, to develop conservation site plans in Bulaba Subwatershed (Chiriquí Viejo) and Gallito Microwatershed (Santa María), both initiatives are directed to design participatory processes to identify major presures for ecosystems and also altenatives to work with local communities and key stakeholders, in order to develop strategic actions to improve environmental conditions on those areas. On addition, two other projects had been financed and will start its implementation with the objetive to develop environmental education activities in these watersheds.
Regarding to reforestation projects, another new project begun its implementation in the Panama Canal Watershed, entitled "conservation and protection of riparian forests of Quebrada Honda subwatershed, localted in Ciri Grande". This project includes the reforetation of 40 hectares, and maintenance of another 40 hectares, among other activities.
Natura continue supporting technically and financially at least 17 on-going projects, localted in rural communities in sensitive areas. These projects are working for:
During 2013, will be finish at least 5 ot these projects.
Your support is always important for us, each contribution received helps to carry out our work.
While Natura was completing the registration process on Global Giving, during 2012 we worked on several initiatives to address the problems of climate change and technological alternatives, both in the basin of the Panama Canal and in other priority watersheds. For Tabasará River basin, with funds from multilateral donors, we worked with 33 communities located in Chiriqui and Veraguas provinces. Achievements of the project include:
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