Our innovative Monitoring of the Andean Amazon Project (MAAP) initiative has emerged as a global leader in real-time deforestation and fire monitoring across the Amazon. In 2015, we launched MAAP in Peru with support from Norad and other donors. By 2017, we had expanded MAAP to Ecuador and Colombia, working with local partners to share our peer-reviewed methodology published in Science. By 2019, we incorporated our sister organization Amazon Conservation-Bolivia into MAAP monitoring to address forest fires and also began monitoring in Brazil that same year–just in time to cover the intense fire season that made global headlines. MAAP monitoring work yields both high-impact public reports to an international audience, as we

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