This November 19th, the virtual event "Work vision in the Amazon: IUCN experiences in the region" was held, with the participation of 20 people, from both the IUCN Secretariat from South America, and the Brazilian membership who works in the Amazon of that country.
Within the A2.0 project, progress has been made with the implementation of the Regional Platform, conceived as a set of tools and actions that has technological and social aspects, that articulates in a dynamic and integrative way, the information collected in each one of the project's intervention areas as a result of a long process of generating local capacities and the implementation of community oversight bodies.
On October 23rd, 2020, the VI Internal Cross-learning Session was held as part of the social-technological platform of the Amazonia 2.0 project. On this occasion the session was led by the Amerindian Peoples Association (APA) team, the Amazonia 2.0 partner in Guyana.
In the midst of physical isolation, the 11 indigenous and campesino monitors articulated in the Amazonia 2.0 project in Colombia, learned the results of two years of community bird monitoring, through an audiovisual tool that reached their homes in Solano (Caquetá).