Fundraising

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For more than twenty five years Profonanpe has successfully raised funds for its various activities, which have in turn opened other doors to fulfill its institutional mission.

A brief summary of fund raising follows:
  • In July 2017, the agreement with the Adaptation Fund was signed for the funding of the project approved to Profonanpe entitled “Adaptation to the Impacts of Climate Change on the Coastal Marine Ecosystem of Peru and its Fisheries”, for a total amount of US$ 6.95 million.
  • As well, with the support of the Adaptation Fund and in the framework of their readiness programs for climate funding, Profonanpe received a donation of US$ 25,000 for the strengthening of its institutional capacities in topics regarding social, environmental and gender safeguards.
  • In the framework of the initiative “Project K: Knowledge for Action”, RedLAC, through FUNBIO, grants Profonanpe with US$ 200,000 for the development of the project “Fund for carbon neutral based on the improvement of Organic Banana prices through Carbon Neutral Brand”. This project proposes the conformation of a fund that links banana exportation activities with biodiversity conservation and climate change, through the improvement of banana prices with the “carbon neutral” seal in the international market.
  • Through KfW, a fund of €10 million (approximately US$ 11.8 million) was received for the Natural Protected Areas Program III (PAN III for its acronym in Spanish) – Conservation of the marine-coastal biodiversity in Peru, a joint project from SERNANP and Profonanpe.
  • During the month of October, the project “Assuring the Future of Peru’s Natural Protected Areas”, which has Profonanpe as its co-executor, received from the GEF through WWF-US the amount of US$10 million for the funding of activities. This project seeks to contribute with the implementation of an innovative financial sustainability model which will assure that the Amazon PA have funding in the long term and in a sustainable manner, in order to face several threats such as deforestation, non-sustainable use of resources, soil degradation, among other.
  • In early 2013 the interagency cooperation agreement with CIMA subscribes - Blue Mountains for the REDD project PN Cordillera Azul, having won the competition held by the institution last year contest.
  • In late 2013, Profonanpe signed an agreement with the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation for the project "Financing for Permanence System of Protected Natural Areas of Peru - PFP" which aims to identify the financial gap SINANPE, projecting needs ANP financing.
  • In February 2014 an agreement with the World Bank as implementing agency of the GEF for the project "Strengthening Sustainable Management System National Reserve Islands, Islets and Capes (RNSIIPG) - Guaneras" is signed with a view to improving management marine and coastal ecosystems, and the protection of biodiversity through institutional strengthening and support RNSIIPG.
  • At the end of 2014 it was signed the agreement with the IDB and the GEF for the implementation of the project "Mitigation of Deforestation in the Castañeras concessions in Madre de Dios, Peru" which aims to conserve and sustainably manage forests in concessions chestnut to reduce greenhouse gases caused by deforestation and degradation.
  • In early 2015, a new agreement between the SERNANP, the company Hunt Oil Exploration and Production Company of Peru LLC, the ECA-Amarakaeri and Profonanpe was signed to continue the implementation of the project "Implementation of the Master Plan Amarakaeri Communal Reserve ".
  • In 2015, the Partnership Fund Critical Ecosystem (CEPF for its acronym in English) signed an agreement with Profonanpe and other environmental funds in the region for the first call for project proposals in the Tropical Andes, in order to involve civil society in conservation of biodiversity in key locations.
  • In November 2015, the board of the Green Climate Fund approved the project "Building Resilience in wetlands in the DATEM Marañón Province, Peru", which will also funded by the Government of South Korea. In 2016, the agreement between Profonanpe and the Green Climate Fund was signed.
  • In March 2016, the GIZ approves a technical assistance project to Profonanpe in order to support the institution in the upgrading process of its accreditation to the Green Climate Fund.
  • That same month, the Adaptation Fund approves funding for the "Adaptation to the impacts of climate change on coastal marine ecosystem and fisheries of Peru" jointly developed by Profonanpe, IMARPE and PRODUCE project. This project aims to support the Peruvian government to reduce the vulnerability of coastal communities to climate change impacts generated in coastal marine ecosystems and fisheries resources.
  • In 2016 the agreement between the MINAM, the GEF, is signed through the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and Profonanpe for fund management of the project "Conservation and sustainable use of Andean of Peru High ecosystems through compensation for environmental services poverty reduction and social inclusion. "
  • In the year 2010 begins the implementation of the second phase of the MACC project with a new contribution of BMU Germany.
  • Between 2010 and 2011, co-financing World Bank and KfW for the implementation of consolidated project "Strengthening biodiversity conservation through a National Protected Areas Program - PRONANP".
  • In July 2010 the interagency cooperation agreement with Hunt Oil Company, SERNANP and ACE-Amarakaeri, through which the company allocated a special fund for the project "Implementation of the Master Plan Amarakaeri Communal Reserve" was signed.
  • In September 2010 the interagency cooperation agreement was signed with the company Pluspetrol Norte S.A. and SERNANP for the establishment of a special fund designated for the implementation of the project "Support for Strengthening Management, Protection, Management and Monitoring of Natural Resources in the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve."
  • In July 2011, as part of a new debt swap Peru - Germany, the agreement aimed at financing investments to strengthen the project "- SINANPE III Effective management of protected natural areas" was signed. Of the total amount, it was decided to allocate part PRONANP project and one for the "Strengthening sustainable management RNSIIPG - Guaneras" project.
  • GEF / IFAD made a donation project for Sustainable Management of Protected and Forests in the northern highlands of Peru Areas, whose agreement was signed in September 2011.
  • During 2012, Profonanpe was invited by the Center for Conservation, Research and Management of Natural Areas - Cordillera Azul (CIMA - Cordillera Azul) to submit a proposal for a contest that aimed to instruct the fund management, and implementation and administration of a long-term fund for the PN Cordillera Azul.
  • During the negotiations Peru - Germany in November 2008, a new debt swap operation, channeled through KfW to finance innovations for effective management to consolidate investments in protected natural areas previously supported by German cooperation it was approved.
  • In 2008 the grant agreement for the project subscribe "Reduction from Deforestation and Forest Degradation Emissions through Protected Areas in the Amazon Region" (MACC project) with funding from the German Federal Ministry of environment, nature protection and nuclear safety (BMU) through the KfW.
  • In May 2009, through the signing of a Tripartite Agreement with the SERNANP and the company Burlington Resources Peru Limited - ConocoPhillips, a fund to support the operation of the Pucacuro Reserved Zone (now National Reserve) was established.
  • In December 2009, Profonanpe signed an agreement with Conservation International to constitute a sinking fund for annual awards to outstanding conservationists, called "Award for Conservation Prado Carlos Ponce". The fund received an additional grant from the Bluemoon Foundation.
  • In 2002, Profonanpe assumed the administration of a debt-for nature of an agreement signed by the governments of Peru and the United States .; and also it captured new donations from the Royal Embassy of the Netherlands and the GEF / World Bank.
  • It also signed a service contract with the National Institute of Natural Resources (INRENA) for project management "Participation of Native Communities in the Management of Protected Natural Areas of the Amazon" (PIMA), funded by a grant from the GEF /World Bank.
  • In May 2003, Profonanpe received a grant from the GEF / World Bank to finance the Participatory Management of Protected Natural Areas (GPAN) project, with the aim of conserving biodiversity of Peru and support sustainability.
  • During the same year, actually it became a new swap debt for nature with the Government of Germany, through KfW. This operation was launched to project activities "Land management and sustainable use of natural resources in the basins of the Pastaza and Morona rivers".
  • In 2004, Germany's KfW Profonanpe reiterated his confidence in approving the financing of a second phase of the program "Protection of Natural Areas".
  • In September 2004, Profonanpe signed a tripartite agreement for the administration of Paracas Fund, donated by Pluspetrol Peru Corporation SA, bringing its first operation took shape with the private business sector. It is important to note that this is the date, the largest operation conducted by the private sector for the conservation of biodiversity.
  • A first grant from the MacArthur Foundation was received to facilitate the first campaign fundraising.
  • The first debt swap operation is done by nature in Peru, thanks to the contribution of the Government of Canada.
  • Contribution "seed" of the Global Environment Facility (GEF) through the World Bank.
  • Since 1996, Profonanpe attracted six bilateral swaps debt for nature (Germany and Finland) and other cooperating donations from sources such as KfW, the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the John D. and Catherine MacArthur, between others.
  • Thanks to a contribution of FANPE (Fund for Natural Areas Protected by the State) / GTZ, Profonanpe began its first experiences of project financing and project supervision.
  • The Office for the Coordination of Forestry Development Program Peru - Canada (ODC) donated the first essential equipment for the operation of the institution.