AIDER is a Peruvian non-governmental and non-profit organization committed to environmental conservation and sustainable development in forest landscapes. In drylands of the north coast of Peru, develops projects with the purpose of harmonizing agriculture and cattle ranching with dryforests conservation in benefit of rural communities.
AIDER focused its initiatives on training and technical assistance to farmers, community-based organizations and local governments for agroecology, sustainable cattle ranching, farmer-managed natural regeneration and dryforests management in order to relieve poverty, reduce carbon emissions and increase the resilience of people living in drylands to climate change.
AIDER is accredited to the UNCCD, admitted to the UNFCCC, member of the Board of FSC Peru, coordinator of the UICN Peruvian Committee and leading the Peruvian Network of NGOs working on Desertification (RIOD Peru) is working towards increasing awareness about land degradation in drylands and promoting CSOs participation in political decision-making.
AIDER is accredited to the UNCCD and admitted to the UNFCCC, member of the FSC Peru Board, coordinator of the UICN Peruvian Committee and the Peruvian Network of NGOs that works towards increasing awareness about land degradation in drylands and promoting CSOs participation in political decision-making (RIOD Peru).
Telephone number(s): +51 421 5835 / +51 1 628 7088
Contact: Marioldy Sánchez
Las Camelias 174 Piso 6 San Isidro. Lima 27. Peru.
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