We are improving educational opportunities in the Amazon and, among other things, improving the income of Amazonian families.
ACELPA helps the farmers to get their papers in order so that they can keep their claim to the land. With its example, ACELPA encourages the farmers to create their own nature conservation zones and develop sustainable market opportunities for their products.
We create jobs in nature conservation, permaculture and biodynamic cultivation with large-scale projects in conservation and land purchase.
Protection of primary forest and reforestation of formerly cleared areas. Spread of traditional medicine.
We ensure intercultural and interpersonal exchange on an equal footing.
For centuries, the inhabitants of the Amazon region have lived off the forest. Hidden in them is the knowledge of how to keep the forest alive. Defining community goals is a process that everyone needs to engage with. Awareness and sense of responsibility must arise if these goals are to be achieved.
Experienced instructors help define ACELPA goals and find ways to achieve them.