MAAP #204: New Road Construction in Ecuadorian Amazon Enters Waorani Indigenous Territory
January 31, 2024
This road would cross 42 kilometers of primary forest from the Nushiño River to the community of Toñampade, bringing the potential of opening new deforestation fronts along the route.
This report analyzes the current state of the road, focusing on deforestation caused by the construction and what actions are being carried out by Waorani organizations to monitor the project.
This report is part of a series focused on the Ecuadorian Amazon through a strategic collaboration between the organizations Fundación EcoCiencia and Amazon Conservation, with the support of the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad).