For this reason, it promotes a conservation model based on the open participation of all actors, and works alongside authorities, businesses and civil society in its entirety, including:
- Public Sector: WWF Peru works with the Ministry of the Environment, the Ministry of Production, National Forest Bureau (Direccion Nacional Forestal), Peruvian Marine Research Institute (Instituto del Mar Peruano), PromPeru and local and regional governments, among other authorities, providing solid technical arguments to help guide policies and strategies that promote a genuinely sustainable development model for all Peruvians.
- Civil Society: WWF Peru channels some of its most ambitious conservation actions through dozens of technical organizations, universities and others, contributing towards the development of local capacities that favor conservation throughout the entire country.
- Private Sector: Aware of the key role of the business sector, WWF Peru promotes innovative alliances with companies such as Hewlett Packard, among others, that allow us to turn the contributions of the private sector into creative conservation actions.
- Local and indigenous populations: Either through the strengthening of fishing organizations or the development of resource management capacities in local indigenous federations, as well as national indigenous federations - such as the Interethnic Association for the Development of the Peruvian Amazon (AIDESEP) - and regional indigenous federations - such as the Coordinating Body of Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon Basin (COICA) -, local populations are WWF’s main partners, who aid in the conversion of complex strategies into solid successes for the conservation of our natural heritage.