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Equator Initiative Case Study - The Captaincy of the Upper and Lower Izozog (CABI)

The Captaincy of the Upper and Lower Izozog (Capitania del Alto y Bajo Izozog - CABI) represents more than 10,000 members of Bolivia’s Izoceño-Guaraní people in a landmark co-management agreement in the country’s Gran Chaco region. With technical support from the Wildlife Conservation Society, CABI negotiated with the Bolivian government for establishment of the 3.4 million-hectare Kaa-Iya del Gran Chaco National Park and Integrated Management Natural Area, one of the largest national parks in South America.

Equator Initiative Case Study - Tariquía Reserve Beekeepers Association

Tariquía Reserve Beekeepers Association (Asociación de Apicultores de la Reserva de Tariquía - AART) is an indigenous honey producer association that has been recognized nationally for producing the best organic honey in Bolivia. The group works within the Tariquía Flora and Fauna National Reserve, a protected area covering 610,000 acres of dense, semi-deciduous, montane Tucumano-Boliviano forest. The association is certified as an ecological community organization which shares its costs, profits, production techniques and knowledge equally amongst cooperative members.

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