FAO Component Sistematization Yasuní (in Spanish)
This report provides an overview of the features of Component Programme and FAO in particular, and the criteria and the selection of participating communities. The report includes an analysis of the methodology for the systematization of information, including how to develop the approaches used in the implementation of activities. Also, details the results obtained for each component activity under the FAO repsponsabilidad. Finally are some conclusions and lessons learned and issues of sustainability of interventions.


Breeding Center of Wild Animals (in Spanish)
This paper presents a comprehensive diagnosis of the reality of wildlife management in the Amazon of Ecuador. For this purpose has been systematized existing experiences in holding centers or wildlife management in this region. The study of the concept of wildlife management forms, and using the farms as key elements of ex-situ management, and then describes summarizes the most relevant ones.

Action plan for small-scale rural aquaculture and stock enhancement of aquatic species (in Spanish)
(available upon request)
This document refers to activities related to aquaculture, fisheries and conservation of aquatic ecosystems, whose main objective is to provide the general framework to guide the internal and external stakeholders of the Yasuní Biosphere Reserve in the planning, management, use and conservation of aquatic resources, with special emphasis on the lower middle basin of the Napo River.


Use and preparation of fruits and local products (in Spanish)
This text contains some of the recipes used by rural women in Orellana, for food preparation, and intended as a simple guide power to provide information on the nutritional properties of many products used daily, especially in feeding Quechua and mestizo population of the Yasuní Biosphere Reserve.



Manual handling capybaras (in Spanish)
This document provides information for training, design and technical advice for the implementation of animal breeding Indillama productive in the district, located in the lower middle basin of the Napo River. Wild animals such as capybara (Hydrochoeris hydrochaeris) are historically an important source of protein in this area. The purpose of captive breeding is to fully utilize the productive potential of the animal for meat and hides in confined systems using small units of intensive production.


Book of photographs of Yasuní (in Spanish)
This book is a brief look at the work of the United Nations Agency for Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) under the Program for the Conservation and Sustainable Management of Natural and Cultural Heritage of the Yasuní Biosphere Reserve (Program Yasuní) in the province of Francisco de Orellana. This program was conducted in collaboration with the Ministry of Environment (MAE).
 Guide for procurement of breeding stock of capybara (in Spanish)
The selection of animals for breeding of a species is based on the search mejoramientode responsiveness in terms of productivity and takes into account aspects such as feed conversion, weight in relation to time and the number of pups per litter among others. These elements are determined in animal genetics. To effectively take advantage of these factors should promote a breeder of species and determine which features are noted to be achieved in animals and thereby select the best specimens that highlight phenotypic characteristics. The rpesente paper analyzes the main features to consider in selecting breeding stock of the capybara.
last updated:  Thursday, September 6, 2012