Estrategia de abordaje al pueblo indígena Lenca para la aplicación del CLPI en el Corredor Biológico Cacique Lempira

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Published: 07 February 2022
Last edited: 07 February 2022
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Summary

Para la creación del Corredor Biológico Cacique Lempira, se realizó una consulta a más de 80 pueblos indígenas lencas de 7 municipios en el departamento de Lempira, con el fin de acordar acciones para trabajar de forma integral en este territorio.

 

La consulta se realizó de manera coordinada con líderes nacionales, departamentales, municipales y líderes comunitarios, en donde la convocatoria fue a cargo del líder municipal.

Classifications

Region
Central America
Scale of implementation
Multi-national
Ecosystem
Agro-ecosystem
Agroforestry
Forest ecosystems
Freshwater ecosystems
Green spaces (parks, gardens, urban forests)
River, stream
Temperate evergreen forest
Urban ecosystem and build environment
Theme
Access and benefit sharing
Adaptation
Connectivity / transboundary conservation
Culture
Fire management
Gender mainstreaming
Genetic diversity
Habitat fragmentation and degradation
Health and human wellbeing
Indigenous people
Land management
Local actors
Mitigation
Protected and conserved areas governance
Protected and conserved areas management planning
Restoration
Science and research
Tourism
Traditional knowledge
Water provision and management
Urban and Disaster Risk Management
City management, governance and finance
Challenges
Increasing temperatures
Land and Forest degradation
Loss of Biodiversity
Wildfires
Conflicting uses / cumulative impacts
Ecosystem loss
Inefficient management of financial resources
Lack of alternative income opportunities
Changes in socio-cultural context
Lack of public and decision maker’s awareness
Poor governance and participation
Unemployment / poverty
Sustainable development goals
SDG 1 – No poverty
SDG 2 – Zero hunger
SDG 3 – Good health and well-being
SDG 4 – Quality education
SDG 5 – Gender equality
SDG 6 – Clean water and sanitation
SDG 10 – Reduced inequalities
SDG 11 – Sustainable cities and communities
SDG 16 – Peace, justice and strong institutions
SDG 17 – Partnerships for the goals
Aichi targets
Target 1: Awareness of biodiversity increased
Target 2: Biodiversity values integrated
Target 4: Sustainable production and consumption
Target 5: Habitat loss halved or reduced
Target 7: Sustainable agriculture, aquaculture and forestry
Target 8: Pollution reduced
Target 11: Protected and conserved areas
Target 13: Safeguarding genetic diversity
Target 14: Ecosystem services
Target 15: Ecosystem restoration and resilience
Target 16: Access to and sharing benefits from genetic resources
Target 17: Biodiversity strategies and action plans
Target 18: Traditional knowledge
Target 19: Sharing information and knowledge
Target 20: Mobilizing resources from all sources
Sendai Framework
Target 1: Reduce global disaster mortality by 2030
Target 6: Enhance international cooperation to developing countries through adequate and sustainable support to complement their national actions for implementation of this Framework by 2030
Business engagement approach
Direct engagement with associations

Location

Lempira, Honduras | El territorio del Corredor Biológico Cacique Lempira comprende 232 mil hectáreas de 13 municipios (9 del departamento de Lempira, 3 del departamento de Copán y 1 municipio del departamento de ocotepeque)

Impacts

  • 7 municipios y sus comunidades indígenas fueronconsultadas e involucradas en las acciones de manejo y proyectos del Corredor biológico.
  • Mas de 50 mil personas del pueblo indígena Lenca serán beneficiados directa e indirectamente a corto o mediano plazo en el manejo del corredor biológico.
  • Gobernanza de los recursos naturales y coordinación efectiva entre autoridades municipales y líderes indígenas para la conservación.

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Hermes Vega Mancomunidad de Municipios del Parque Nacional Montaña de Celaque (MAPANCE-ProCelaque)