Grantee Profile

Instituto del Bien Comun

Grants to Instituto del Bien Comun

  • $350,000Active Strategy

    2012 (Duration 3 years)

    Conservation & Sustainable Development

    LIMA, PERU — Instituto del Bien Común works with Peruvian indigenous communities and governments to encourage good environmental governance practices in critical watersheds. This grant will consolidate a management model in the Rio Pachitea sub-basin of the Ucayali watershed and replicate it in the Apayacu and Ampiyacu sub-basins of the Maranon watershed. A special resource governance structure composed of six districts will be applied in the Pachitea watershed. A master plan for a Regional Conservation Area, monitoring plan for tracking future changes in forest quality, map of aquatic habitats; and a fishery management plan will be prepared in the Apayacu-Ampiyacu area.

  • $325,000Active Strategy

    2008 (Inactive Grant)

    Conservation & Sustainable Development

    LIMA, PERU — To integrate management of the Pachitea watershed (over three years).

  • $235,000Active Strategy

    2005 (Inactive Grant)

    Conservation & Sustainable Development

    LIMA, PERU — In support of improving fisheries management and building local capacity to protect the Pachitea watershed of central Peru (over three years).

  • $60,000Active Strategy

    2004 (Inactive Grant)

    Conservation & Sustainable Development

    LIMA, PERU — In support of the conservation and management of aquatic biodiversity in the Pachitea River Basin.

The MacArthur Foundation awarded Instituto del Bien Comun $970,000 between 2002 and 2015.

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