Amazon Vision Report 2021

  • Date Posted: November 10, 2022
  • Authors: Elizabeth Motolinia and Regina Harlig
  • Organizations/Projects: USAID
  • Document Types: Technical Report
  • Donor Type: U.S. Agency for International Development


A man walks to his village on the the Yurúa River.

USAID is pleased to announce the publication of the Amazon Vision 2021 Report,  an update on the Agency’s strategy to respond to threats to the biodiversity, ecosystems, and communities of the Amazon basin.  USAID’s Amazon Vision unifies the Agency’s goals to combat deforestation, conserve biodiversity, create environmentally friendly economic opportunities, improve the management of important landscapes, and support Indigenous rights in Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Peru, and Suriname. The Amazon Vision 2021 Report provides insight into USAID’s progress and achievements in biodiversity and sustainable landscape initiatives through the lens of the Amazon Vision.

The purpose of this report is to share progress toward the Amazon Vision’s ongoing efforts to maintain a healthy and resilient Amazon basin. This document describes the challenges and accomplishments of USAID’s biodiversity and sustainable landscape initiatives through this lens.