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Apurímac: 1,561 rural property titles are delivered in the province of Cotabambas

Innovation & Technology
Published Apr 13, 2024

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The Ministry of Agrarian Development and Irrigation (Midagri) in Peru has recently made significant strides in supporting small-scale agriculture by distributing 1,561 individual rural property titles and three titles for peasant communities in the Cotabambas region of Apurímac. This initiative, part of the Rural Land Cadastre, Titling, and Registration Project (PTRT3), is set to benefit 4,920 small producers across Mara and Tambobamba districts by providing legal security over 1,648 hectares of agricultural land. The move aims to enhance the economic opportunities for small farmers and communities by facilitating their access to crucial Midagri services such as credit, insurance, and technical assistance, thereby reinforcing the government's commitment to bolstering legal land ownership and agricultural development.
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The Ministry of Agrarian Development and Irrigation (Midagri) delivered 1,561 free individual rural property titles and three property titles for peasant communities in the province of Cotabambas, Apurímac region. The delivery of these property titles is carried out in coordination with the Regional Government of Apurimac, benefiting 4,920 small producers in the districts of Mara and Tambobamba. By registering these titles, producers will have legal security over 1,648 hectares where corn, potatoes, wheat, barley, fruit trees, vegetables, among others, are produced. The activity was carried out in the Plaza de Armas of the Mara district, in the province of Cotabambas, with the participation of the Sectoral Project Management Executing Unit (UEGPS) of Midagri with its Rural Land Cadastre, Titling and Registration Project in the Peru (PTRT3), together with the Regional Government of Apurimac. Alfredo Martínez, executive director of the UEGPS, pointed out that with this important ...
Source: AgroPeru
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