The Cochabamba Project


Last updated 12 July 2020, by Impactyield.

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The Cochabamba Project is a fully trading Industrial Provident Society, working in equal partnership with poor smallholders on the fringes of the Bolivian Amazon to establish and maintain a profitable and sustainable community-based forestry enterprise as part of a wider project known as ArBolivia. The society is registered with the Financial Services Authority (no 30642R) as an Industrial Provident Society For The Benefit Of The Community. As such it is a mutual society, formed for the benefit of the community – in this case Cochabamba. We believe it is the first IPS to be established for the purpose of conducting a community forestry enterprise and also the first to identify a target community beyond the UK. As at 31st October 2012 the society had over 400 members and had raised just under £2m in issued share capital. It has also raised approximately over £1m in long term debt.

Incorporation year: 2007

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Total firm assets under management: 5 USD

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