Technical assistance results in Guatemala

  • Preparation of a proposal to update the Manual of Criteria and Parameters for PROBOSQUES, which had an impact of updating the Regulations of Law 2-2015, which is currently being approved.
  • Creation of criteria and technical guidelines in strategic forest ecosystems (dry forest, broadleaf forest, pine-oak forest and cloud forest) for the forest restoration modality in the PROBOSQUES Program. The guidelines for dry forest have been approved by the Board of Directors and the others are in the institutional validation phase.
  • Development of the "Manual of Norms, Processes and Procedures for the Management of Non-Reimbursable Cooperation Resources applicable to INAB/FONABOSQUE" and the "Manual of Norms, Processes and Procedures for the Registration of Cash Donations applicable to INAB/FONABOSQUE", which have been approved and implemented by the National Institute of Forests (INAB).
  • Creation of an "Institutional Strategy for the Promotion of Community Forestry with a Focus on Landscape Restoration in Guatemala", which is pending presentation to the Board of Directors for approval.
  • Elaboration and approval of the Interinstitutional Coordination Plan for the implementation of the Forest Landscape Restoration Strategy.
  • Execution of the II and III National Courses on Forest Landscape Restoration in Guatemala.
  • Execution of two exchanges of municipal councils (Taxisco and Chiquimulilla) to learn about the experience in the installation and operation of Municipal Forest Offices.
  • Development of an Exchange of Experiences on Municipal Forest Management and technical training for INAB officials and municipal forest technicians through the ECOTECH 2019 Municipal Congress.
  • Coordination and execution of an experiences exchange on forest restoration and technical training for INAB officials, members of the forest coordination committees and members of the restoration committee of Guatemala through the XI National Forest Congress of Guatemala.
  • Advice to the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (MARN) of Guatemala about Legal Strategy to Promote the Bonn Challenge.


  • Integrating Local Landscape Management into the Prioritized Ecosystems of the South Coast of Guatemala, for Mitigation and Adaptation to the Effects of Climate Change
  • Integrating Local Landscape Management into the Prioritized Ecosystems of the South Coast of Guatemala, for Mitigation and Adaptation to the Effects of Climate Change


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