Chile: CORFO Water Management and Sustainability Programs of the Valparaíso Region sign a strategic alliance with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Published Jun 17, 2024

Tridge summary

A meeting was held between the managers of various CORFO initiatives and the FAO to form a strategic alliance to support Chile's national landscape restoration plan. The plan aims to restore the natural environment and enhance community livelihoods by sharing knowledge and methodologies related to sustainability. This collaboration is expected to promote synergies between different initiatives and encourage sustainable fruit growing and water management practices. The alliance will also support the GEF project on Restoration of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in Agroforestry Areas.
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Original content

Define common points in terms of sustainability and environmental responsibility, regarding the GEF project on Restoration of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in Agroforestry Areas, promoted by the United Nations in various regions of the country, was the objective of the meeting held this week the managers of the Sustainable Fruit Growing Transform Program (Perfruts), the Petorca Integrated Territorial Water Program (PTI) and the Valparaíso Water Strategic Regional Program (PER), all CORFO initiatives, with representatives of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) in Chile . The purpose of the event was to subscribe a strategic alliance between the various initiatives to contribute with information, background and methodologies in line with sustainability, to the national landscape restoration plan, in order to recover the natural environment and improve the livelihoods of the communities. local. In this regard, the director of CORFO Valparaíso, Etienne Choupay, pointed ...
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