PILOT PROJECT: EFFECTIVE IMPROVEMENT OF THE LIVING SITUATION FOR INDIGENOUS FAMILIES IN PERU THROUGH SOLARENES

Place of implementation: The indigenous village community of Alto Covejo in the Vizcatán district, Satipo province, Junin region in the central Amazon region of Peru
The 100 families of the indigenous village (Asháninka) in the Peruvian rainforest receive a solar lamp (600 watts) per family. This allows the children, for example, to study in the evenings and do small work in the dark (from around 19 p.m. all year round). These indigenous village communities in the Ene River region are suffering massive intrusion from illegal loggers and the coca mafia. By using a drone, daily information about the forest destruction taking place can be transmitted to the responsible authorities so that the police can intervene and drive away the illegal forest destroyers. A confrontation between the village population and the armed troops is life-threatening.

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