Implementation highlights

6.97 million hectares

are being monitored in Brazil, Ecuador, and Peru through the satellite early warning system (Global Forest Watch)
Development and improvement of

7 technological applications

for mapping, monitoring, and evidence collection in Amazonian territories.

700 monitors

trained in territorial monitoring, mapping, and use of technologies

141 people
trained

in Security, Comprehensive Protection, and Human Rights, and;

20 Indigenous
leaders

trained in communication and campaigns.

The AEA Learning Platform and Academy were launched in 2021

a virtual space built collaboratively between partners and allies of the All Eyes on the Amazon program that seeks to expand the knowledge and skills of Indigenous peoples and local communities of the Amazon through accessible, educational, and culturally adapted courses and learning resources.

Brazil

Detection of
illegal activities

The use of satellite imagery combined with field monitoring and overflights of the Karipuna Indigenous Land led to the detection of illegal activities. A trial for suspects is in progress.
(Greenpeace, CIMI)

Access to justice for Indigenous peoples in Maranhao

Publication of the report “Access to justice for Indigenous peoples in Maranhao”, provides key evidence on the systemic failure of the State to guarantee Indigenous peoples’ rights.
(Hivos, COIAB)

Ecuador

Historic ruling for IPs

Alianza Ceibo and Amazon Frontlines used the collected evidence in the legal battle that led to a historic court ruling that protects 180,000
hectares, halting the Oil Block 22 tender.

COICA provided equipment for 13 radio frequencies

COICA provided equipment for 13 radio frequencies, promoting information sovereignty for Indigenous communities of the Ecuadorian Amazon.

Escazú Agreement

Hivos’ legal contributions and advocacy actions contributed to the ratification and implementation of the Escazú Agreement in Ecuador. (Hivos)

Peru

More than 100 patrols in the Amarakaeri Communal Reserve

resulted in mining equipment seizure and destruction. These actions enabled ECA-Amarakaeri to maintain its status within the IUCN Green List for Protected and Conserved
Areas.

Complaint with the OECD

PUINAMUDT filed a complaint with the OECD for the Pluspetrol case for environmental damage to their territories.

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