Before the project was implemented, the Unitor area suffered a deforestation rate of 0.83% annually, which is equivalent to 170 soccer fields being cut down every year. The main factor that led the region to the deforestation statistics was the cattle-raising activity.
In 2019, we started monitoring fauna, flora, and forest integrity, carbon stock measurements, and developing environmental education and sustainable livestock activities in the project's communities, which have a total of more than 840 families.
Threatened Fauna and Flora:
21 animal species and 7 plant species
Total carbon stored in the preserved area:
Area prevented from being deforested:
Annual credit generation:
Expected GHG reduction