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Acronym: 
CONDESAN
Phone number: 
+51 16189400

Localização

Ref. Puerta Nro.3 del Centro Internacional de la Papa
Av. La Molina 1895
Lima
Peru
PE
Working languages: 
castelhano

Mission

At CONDESAN we are committed to sustainable management of natural resources contributing in that way to overcome poverty in the Andes region. For this purpose, we generate and share information and knowledge on the environment and Andean rural societies. We foster processes for strengthening Andean human and institutional capital in order to have new sustainable development leaders in the Andes. We also foster collective dialogue processes that result in recommendations on public policy at the national and sub-national levels. Since it was founded in 1993, CONDESAN has consolidated its position as an important Andean platform for issues related to natural resource management and sustainable development, particularly in water and watershed management.

Consortium for Sustainable Development of the Andean Ecoregion Resources

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Library Resource
Novembro, 2013

Mechanisms for Sharing Benefits, or MCB, seek to redistribute equitably, among all users, the benefits of water gives us a basin preserved. The MCB are aimed at creating a virtuous circle between the welfare of the people and ecosystems in which they live.

Library Resource
Novembro, 2013
Equador, Peru, Chile, Bolívia, Colômbia, América do Sul
Library Resource
Novembro, 2013
Chile, Bolívia, Colômbia, Equador, Peru, América do Sul

The printable flyer provides a short overview of the challenges and opportunites found in the Andes basin development challenge on water and food.

Library Resource
Outubro, 2013
Equador, América do Sul

La semana pasado CONDESAN estuvo presentando nuestra experiencia, vinculada a los mecanismos para compartir beneficios en cuencas hidrográficas, a través de una presentación a cargo de Bert De Bievre, Coordinador del Área de Cuencas Andinas, en el Seminario Taller Internacional de Cultura del Agua organizado por la Secretaría del Agua del Ecuador; a través de la Dirección Nacional de Cultura y en coordinación con la Red Latinoamericana de Centros del Conocimiento en Gestión de Recursos Hídricos (RALCEA).

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