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Name:
Rodrigo Ponce
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Business Name:

Ecoaldeas

Location:

-6.385932577776338, -76.43728137016296

Address:

Jr. Lima S/N

City:

San Roque de Cumbaza

State/Province

Lamas / San Martín / Perú

Zip Code:

N/A – Tarapoto es el más cercano (042)

Country:

Peru

Region:
South America
In Business Since:

2013

Phone:

+51940172690

Website:
Do you have experience exporting directly?

Yes

Describe yourself in 140 characters or less:

Sustainable Communities for Global Change (ecotourism, sustainable farming and biodiversity conservation)

Bio:

Ecoaldeas Peru is a Social Enterprise implementing a Sustainable Development Model in the Peruvian Rural Upper Amazon. The foundations of this model are Forest and Natural Resources Conservancy, Ecotourism and Sustainable Farming.

Our Social Business Model includes a local Community Based Tourism Association (CBTA) conformed by 50 active members (eco-tour guides, porters, cooks, beekeepers, edible gardeners – horticulture, artisans and native communities).

It also includes a public-private joint-venture to run the Global Amazon School with local government. It is meant to keep training local skills for the eco-businesses on the way (ecotourism, sustainable farming, sustainable forest products harvesting, among others), to be in charge of Research & Development (R&D) of new sustainable businesses and to prepare local groups, youth and children with the required skills.

We are now preparing to launch the Rainforest Mountain Trek (RMT): a one-of-a-kind eco-tour that combines the best practices of : Peruvian Amazon Ecotourism and Peruvian Andean Treks. This educational trail can be done in 3 or 5 days and consists of different thematic moments for the visitor: landscapes, biodiversity, adventure, local traditions & culture and relax enjoying nature.

RMT is meant to become the trigger of this sustainability model. It provides cash for local ecological farmers willing to supply local food for the trail, thus beginning to improve farming practices. It also supports tour guides, porters, cooks, artisans, monitoring and evaluation (M&E's) of forest's biodiversity, among other local services provided by the CBTA. this is the first step of our medium-term strategy.

Number of employees:

1-10

Size of business (annual sales in US$)

<US$50,000

What is your primary language?

Spanish

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Manufacturer, processor

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United States, Canada, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland,

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Business - First/Last Name

Rodrigo Ponce

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About Us
Ecoaldeas Peru is a Social Enterprise implementing a Sustainable Development Model in the Peruvian Rural Upper Amazon. The foundations of this model are Forest and Natural Resources Conservancy, Ecotourism and Sustainable Farming.

Our Social Business Model includes a local Community Based Tourism Association (CBTA) conformed by 50 active members (eco-tour guides, porters, cooks, beekeepers, edible gardeners - horticulture, artisans and native communities).

It also includes a public-private joint-venture to run the Global Amazon School with local government. It is meant to keep training local skills for the eco-businesses on the way (ecotourism, sustainable farming, sustainable forest products harvesting, among others), to be in charge of Research & Development (R&D) of new sustainable businesses and to prepare local groups, youth and children with the required skills.

We are now preparing to launch the Rainforest Mountain Trek (RMT): a one-of-a-kind eco-tour that combines the best practices of : Peruvian Amazon Ecotourism and Peruvian Andean Treks. This educational trail can be done in 3 or 5 days and consists of different thematic moments for the visitor: landscapes, biodiversity, adventure, local traditions & culture and relax enjoying nature.

RMT is meant to become the trigger of this sustainability model. It provides cash for local ecological farmers willing to supply local food for the trail, thus beginning to improve farming practices. It also supports tour guides, porters, cooks, artisans, monitoring and evaluation (M&E's) of forest's biodiversity, among other local services provided by the CBTA. this is the first step of our medium-term strategy.