At any given time, in early eighties, when Peru is wracked by leftist terrorism and hampered by weak central government, the Reason for Protection from the Environment (FPCN), founded by several Peru's leading biologists, turns into a vehicle by which worldwide environment organizations act to safeguard the varied and unspoiled realm of Peruvian Amazonia. FPCN convinces a government troubled by more immediate risks this non-governmental organization should effectively undertake the control over most of the country's a lot more than 40 protected areas. However when a brand new Peruvian government, brought by Leader Alberto Fujimori, makes obvious it really wants to get back such traditional public roles, FPCN must get a new role by itself. Its task is complicated by deficiencies in overhead funds from the contributor that has brought to some substantial deficit. Its leadership examines its board structure and membership included in the proper planning so it undertakes. HKS Case Number 1375.
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