FundAmazonia is also setting up two museums
Projects in the Pacaya-Samiria
The foundation began its activities following its creation in 2005 with the project 'Community-based conservation in the wetlands of Loreto, Rio Pastaza: Conservation of wildlife by the Kandozi, Quebrada Chapuri. In July 2006 work continued with the execution of the project 'Certifying Peccary Pelts in Peru: Catalysing Community-Based Wildlife Management', financed by the Darwin Initiative, UK. Since November 2011 to this day the foundation has been conducting the project 'Wildlife management in Latin America and the Amazon Conference Series', with financing from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, and since August 2013 it has been implementing the project 'Conservation of the red uacari (Cacajao calvus ucayalii): Community-based management of fishing resources in the Yavari-Mirin basin', with financing from Fondo de las Americas(Consorcio WCS/SPDA/FONDAM).
Since 2005 to this day, FundAmazonia has been operating in the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve within the framework of an institutional agreement between FundAmazonia and the headquaters of the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve. The purpose of its collaboration is to join halves and create logistical teams to promote training, investigation, wildife monitoring, as well as to provide technical support for communities and management groups in the elaboration, implementation and monitoring of wildlife management plans.