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About us

The Semiarid Platform is an initiative comprising 16 institutions, among which there are members and non-members of the ILC, from 10 Latin American countries. Aimed at collecting and organizing the experiences linked to the use and management of the territories in those regions in order to strengthen the civil society, to formulate proposals and to have an impact on public policies. It seeks to deal with the problems of indigenous peoples and peasant communities, regarding their access to, use of and management of land, territory and natural resources.





Meet its members

Its members are:

the Fundación para el Desarrollo en Justicia y Paz (FUNDAPAZ), the Fundación Plurales, the Junta Unida de Misiones (JUM) and the Encuentro de Organizaciones Campesinas e Indígenas del Norte Argentino (ENCONA) from Argentina; the Centro de Estudios Regionales para el Desarrollo de Tarija (CERDET), Centro de Investigación y Promoción del Campesinado (CIPCA) from Bolivia; the Centro de Desenvolvimiento Agroecológico (Sabiá), the Programa de Aplicación de Tecnologías Apropiadas (PATAC), and the organization Agricultura Familiar y Agroecológica (AS-PTA) and Centro de Asistencia y de los Trabajadores (CETRA), from Brazil; the Fondo Pupularum Progressio (FEPP), from Ecuador; Acción Campesina, from Venezuela; the Fundación Hugo, from Paraguay; la Fundación Nacional para el Desarrollo (FUNDE), from El Salvador; the Red de Mujeres del Trifinio Hosagua, from Honduras; and the Instituto de Investigación y Desarrollo Nitaplán, from Nicaragua.

The plataform fosters processes with a political impact on the region based on specific proposals and their technical and political outreach

This initiative, supported by the International Land Coalition (ILC-AL), has as a precedent a meeting for the exchange of experiences between organizations of the Chaco Salteño region and of the Brazilian Northeast held in Paraíba and Pernambuco in 2013, where leaders, peasants, technicians and civil servants shared knowledge and outlined the challenges facing these regions.

The institutions

  • Our work

    We seek to strengthen the capacities and the outreach of the civil society organizations ..

  • Lines of action

    In order to achieve our vision we have developed the following lines of action ...

  • Achievements

    Regional actions Within the framework of the meeting of the member of South America of the ...