Help 30 persons and save 2025 hectares of forest

by ASIREA Asociacion para el desarrollo sostenible de la Region Atlantica
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Help 30 persons and save 2025 hectares of forest
Help 30 persons and save 2025 hectares of forest
Help 30 persons and save 2025 hectares of forest
Help 30 persons and save 2025 hectares of forest
Help 30 persons and save 2025 hectares of forest
Help 30 persons and save 2025 hectares of forest
Help 30 persons and save 2025 hectares of forest
Help 30 persons and save 2025 hectares of forest
Help 30 persons and save 2025 hectares of forest

Project Report | Aug 14, 2023
Informe Agosto 2023

By Asirea Asociacion | Project Leader

Este proyecto apoya con las donaciones la iniciativa de proteger el bosque que posee varias familias con fincas ubicadas en las zonas aledañas a riveras de las cuencas de los ríos Parismina y Reventazón, que forman parte de las zonas de humedales ubicadas en los cantones de Pococí y Guácimo, Limón Costa Rica.

Con las donaciones recibidas durante el año 2023, se mantiene un fondo el cual se otorga a las familias beneficiadas en este proyecto, a fin de que solventen parte de los costos asociados con la protección de los bosques y como lo son el mantenimiento de carriles, rotulación, logística para vigilancia, etc. Las familias beneficiadas también han hecho pequeñas mejoras en infraestructuras ubicadas en sus propiedades.

Estas familias han demostrado que la protección del recurso boscoso es una decisión que aunque representa un sacrificio económico y de tiempo productivo, también genera satisfacción personal y sentido de pertenencia.

Informe Agosto 2023

With donations, this project supports the initiative to protect the forest owned by several families with farms located in the areas surrounding the banks of the Parismina and Reventazón river basins, which are part of the wetland areas located in the cantons of Pococí and Guácimo, Limón Costa Rica.

With the donations received during the year 2023, a fund is maintained which is granted to the families benefited by this project, so that they can cover part of the costs associated with the protection of forests and such as lane maintenance, signage, logistics for surveillance, etc. The beneficiary families have also made small improvements in infrastructure located on their properties.

These families have shown that protecting the forest resource is a decision that, although it represents an economic sacrifice and productive time, also generates personal satisfaction and a sense of belonging.

Atentamente:

Patricia Barrantes Arias

ing. Forestal, Directora ai

ASIREA

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ASIREA Asociacion para el desarrollo sostenible de la Region Atlantica

Location: Guapiles - Costa Rica
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ASIREA Asociacion para el desarrollo sostenible de la Region Atlantica
Viviana Miranda
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Viviana Miranda
Guapiles , Costa Rica

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