Amerindian group gets $41.8m from EU to boost role in forest management process

The European Union [EU] is granting the Amerindian Peoples Association $41.8M to help bump up its involvement in a new forest management process.

A release from the EU office here yesterday said that the two sides signed a Grant Agreement for a total of 150,000 Euros.

The release said that the support forms part of the ongoing work programme by the EU and the Government of Guyana on the national Roadmap for the EU Forest Law Enforcement Governance and Trade [FLEGT] process. This project aims to support the active participation of the Amerindian communities in the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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