at least 500 families in prioritized local communities have sustainable livelihood systems that promote the protection, restoration, and effective governance of their territories.
at least 50 prioritized local communities have a culturally appropriate infrastructure and equipment program that promotes their access to basic services including water, electricity, sanitation, and other services that enhance their quality of life and well-being.
at least 50 community promoters, of which 50% are women, are part of an ACT-guided network that promotes sustainable livelihoods in prioritized communities.
ACT’s forest management program is functioning and being implemented.
at least 20 local communities have functioning intercultural health systems that recognize the important role of traditional medicine and integrate existing western healthcare guidelines and structures.
all prioritized territories have functioning comprehensive conservation systems under a rights-based approach.
all prioritized territories have functioning comprehensive territorial management and planning systems under a rights-based approach.
all prioritized local communities exercise effective governance that integrates, in addition to their traditional knowledge, relevant tools and best practices for land management.
all prioritized local communities actively participate in national, regional, and local decision-making spaces.
an ACT regional program for the protection of indigenous peoples living in voluntary isolation and initial contact is functioning (program emphasis on Colombia, Peru, Suriname, and Brazil).