GEF reports – ARPA Phase II reports

Since january 2010, The word bank GEF publishes reports about Arpa’s second phase. The most recently ones, about implementation status and results, can be acessed below:

Brazil – Amazon Region Protected Areas Program Phase II (GEF) : P114810 – Implementation Status Results Report : Sequence 04 (English)

Brazil – Amazon Region Protected Areas Program Phase II (GEF) : P114810 – Implementation Status Results Report : Sequence 03 (English)

Brazil – Amazon Region Protected Areas Program Phase II (GEF) : P114810 – Implementation Status Results Report : Sequence 02 (English)

Brazil – Amazon Region Protected Areas Program Phase II (GEF) : P114810 – Implementation Status Results Report : Sequence 01 (English)

The remain reports are avaliable at GEF’ site.


Full list: PAs supported by ARPA

Presently, ARPA supports the consolidating of 95 Conservation Units at the Amazon forest. Informations about all these protected areas are avaliable at:

  1. Arpa’s committee spreadsheet;
  2. SISARPA system;
  3. CNUC’s spreadsheet;
  4. Conservation Units Observatory (WWF);
  5. The full list linked with the oficial webpages from the management organizations responsable for ARPA’s Conservation Units


01. Esec da Terra do Meio

02. Esec de Maracá

03. Esec de Maracá Jipioca

04. Esec de Niquiá

05. Esec do Grão Pará

06. Esec do Jari

07. Esec do Rio Ronuro

08. Esec do Rio Roosevelt

09. Esec Juami-Japurá

10. Esec Rio Acre

11. Esec Serra dos Trés Irmãos

12. Pe Chandless

13. Pe Cristalino

14. Pe da Serra das Andorinhas

15. Pe de Corumbiara

16. Pe de Guajará-Mirim

17. Pe do Cantão

18. Pe do Matupiri

19. Pe do Xingu

20. Pe Guariba

21. Pe Igarapés do Juruena

22. Pe Rio Negro Setor Norte

23. Pe Rio Negro Setor Sul

24. Pe Serra Ricardo Franco

25. Pe Sucunduri

26. Parna da Serra da Cutia

27. Parna da Serra do Divisor

28. Parna da Serra do Pardo

29. Parna de Anavilhanas

30. Parna do Cabo Orange

31. Parna do Jamanxim

32. Parna do Jaú

33. Parna do Juruena

34. Parna do Rio Novo

35. Parna dos Campos Amazônicos

36. Parna Mont. do Tumucumaque

37. Parna Nascentes do Lago Jari

38. Parna Serra da Mocidade

39. Parna Viruá

40. Rebio de Maicuru

41. Rebio do Gurupi

42. Rebio do Jaru

43. Rebio do Lago Piratuba

44. Rebio do Rio Trombetas

45. Rebio do Tapirapé

46. Rebio do Uatumã

47. Rds Itatupã-Baquiá

48. Rds Aripuanã

49. Rds Amanã

50. Rds Bararati

51. Rds Cujubim

52. Rds do Juma

53. Rds do Rio Iratapuru

54. Rds do Rio Madeira

55. Rds do Rio Negro

56. Rds do Uatumã

57. Rds Igapó-Açu

58. Rds Piagaçu Purus

59. Rds Rio Amapá

60. Rds Uacari

61. Resex do Rio Cautário

62. Resex Alto Tarauacá

63. Resex Arapixi

64. Resex Arióca Pruanã

65. Resex Auati-Paraná

66. Resex Baixo Juruá

67. Resex Barreiro das Antas

68. Resex Canutama

69. Resex Catuá-Ipixuna

70. Resex Cazumbá-Iracema

71. Resex Chico Mendes

72. Resex de Cururupu

73. Resex do Guariba

74. Resex do Lago Capanã Grande

75. Resex do Médio Purús

76. Resex do Rio Gregório

77. Resex do Rio Jutai

78. Resex Guariba-Roosevelt

79. Resex Ipaú-Anilzinho

80. Resex Ituxi

81. Resex Mapuá

82. Resex Maracanã

83. Resex Médio Juruá

84. Resex Renascer

85. Resex Rio Cajari

86. Resex Rio Cautário

87. Resex Rio Iriri

88. Resex Rio Ouro Preto

89. Resex Rio Preto-Jacundá

90. Resex Rio Unini

91. Resex Rio Xingu

92. Resex Riozinho da Liberdade

93. Resex Riozinho do Anfrísio

94. Resex Terra Grande Pracuúba

95. Resex Verde para Sempre





Arpa’s collegiate:
•    Comitê do Programa Arpa (CP) – Arpa’s committee
•    Painel Científico de Aconselhamento (PCA) – Scientific Advisory Panel
•    Pontos Focais do Fórum Técnico (FT) – Focal Points from the Technical Forum


About the Program

ARPA – The Amazon Region Protected Areas Program – is a Brazilian government program created in 2003, in partnership with donor organizations, environmental agencies and NGOs,  and coordinated by the he Brazilian Ministry of the Environment (MMA). It’s the largest conservation program of tropical forests on earth. ARPA has the goal of expanding, consolidating and maintaining 50 million hectares of protected areas at the Amazon biome.

Since the beginning, the program was planned to be executed in three independent and continuous phases. ARPA was created in order to expand and strengthen the National System of Conservation Units (SNUC) in the Amazon, ensuring financial resources to the management of these areas and promote sustainable development at the region.

Recognized internationally, ARPA combines the conservation biology with the best practices of planning and management. The protected areas supported by the program are benefited with necessary patrimony, constructions and contracting services to promote integration with surrounding communities, councils organization, management plans, land surveys, surveillance activities and other actions necessary for its proper operation.