2013 Annual Meeting, 1-4 October, Puerto Maldonado, Madre de Dios, Peru

Meeting Details

The GCF Annual Meeting is a unique opportunity for information exchange and progress on the GCF’s low emission rural development and REDD-related objectives. The meeting will include: a high-level session, 2013 REDD+ updates from the GCF members and Secretariat, and facilitated breakout sessions on high priority topics. A provisional agenda will be available on the resources page and will continue to be updated as details are confirmed.

The Annual Meeting is free to attend and is open to GCF stakeholders, but attendees are responsible for their travel expenses including transportation, hotel and meals. Interpretation will be provided throughout the meeting for the following languages; English, Indonesian, Portuguese and Spanish.

Meeting Venue

National University Amazónica of Madre de Dios
Main Auditorium – Ciudad Universitaria
Av. Jorge Chávez S/N Tambopata 082
Puerto Maldonado, Madre de Dios – Peru


Puerto Amazonico
Av. León Velarde Nro. 1080 
Puerto Maldonado, Madre de Dios – Perú
+51 82-572170
Hotel Centenario
Puerto Maldonado, Madre de Dios – Perú
+51 82-574731
Wasai EcoLodge
Plaza Grau 1
Puerto Maldonado, Madre de Dios – Perú
+51 82-572290
Paititi Hostal
Jiron Gonzales Prada, 290
Puerto Maldonado, Madre de Dios – Perú
+51 82-574667

Getting There

Airport: Padre Aldamiz (PEM) in Puerto Maldonado, Madre de Dios

Padre Aldamiz is an international airport, but most flights have layovers in the cities of Lima and Cusco.
For overnight layovers in Lima some lodging options near the airport are below.

Costa del Sol Ramada
Hostal Victor
Manhattan Inn

Visa Requirements

For international travelers, please note that a visa may be required for entry into Peru. It is critical that you check with your local consular office to determine your visa application requirements as they differ from country to country. For additional information please review the Essential Guide for Tourists Visiting Peru.


Bienvenido Welcome
Hola Hello
Perdón Excuse me
Buenos días Good morning
Buenas tardes Good afternoon
Buenas noches Good evening
Gracias Thank You
De nada You are welcome
Si Yes
No No
¿Cómo está? How are you?
Yo estoy bien I am fine
Adiós Goodbye


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Media Coverage

Explore Madre de Dios

Manu National Park

Tambopata Reserve

Bahuaja Sonene National Park