The Eagle-Condor Exchange Project:. Success Stories. Eagle-Condor Project Successes:. Eagle-Condor Exchange Workshop, Peru, April 2006 Fred Chu, Luis Campos, IIAP, Peru Indigenous Aquaculture Network Mike Skladany, Jim Bowman, ACRSP. The Workshop:. Ucayali Region, Peru
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Paiché (Arapaima gigas) feeding demonstra-tion.
Aerial view of Ucayali River Region, Peru.
Eagles during the Paiché (Arapaima gigas) cage culture
One of the fish ponds at the IIAP campus in Pucallpa, Peru.
“The IAN will work with Indigenous communities to enhance traditional aquatic resources through education, empowerment and capacity building. The means for doing this are through North-South cultural exchanges, information dissemination and small village based seed projects. The IAN will have as its mission statement:
“Strengthening food security, health and community development in a way that reflects Indigenous standards and sovereignty as related to the Water World and its interlinked natural resources through education, empowerment and capacity building by Indigenous Peoples.”
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