Estudos de caso
To contribute to sustainable conservation and management in Xingu headwater basin-MT state by means of shared forest governance on agricultural frontier region involving territorial planning, agroforestry education and restoration activities.
The project aims at sustainable development through the protection of the Atlantic Forest, the introduction of environmentally friendly agriculture, community organisation and women empowerment in the southern part of the State of Bahia, Brazil.
The decision to pave the last part of the Cuiabá – Santarém highway stimulated land invasion, speculation and illegal logging. The project preserves and manages the forest resources around this highway through dialogue and coordination.
The project directs its action in three main thematic lines, to stimulate access to and participation in implementation of urban public policies, training of women and youth and institutional strengthening of the partner organisations.
Training of Youth in Entrepreneurship, Business Management and Financial Support for Business Start-up in Brazil
Training of 1200 youth in business start-up, management, technical and financial (€ 2000 each) support to start-up own solidarity businesses of at least 120 new activities. Also assistance for other youth to access market and credit facilities.
Socio-economic development through improved territorial management and sustainable use of forest resources in Brazil
Empowerment of local populations to prevent illegal logging through sustainable use of natural resources, improved management of their territory and enhanced political influence.
Strengthening integrated watershed management of the Apa river basin in the border region of Brazil and Paraguay – GIAPA
The project will formulate an Integrated Watershed Development Plan of the Apa river basin at the frontier between Brazil and Paraguay, to protect its natural resources and improve services rendered to the vulnerable populations in the region.
Strengthening water management of the Apa river basin in the border region of Brazil and Paraguay – GIAPA
The project will formulate an Integrated Watershed Development Plan of the Apa river basin at the frontier between Brazil and Paraguay to protect its natural resources and improve services rendered to the vulnerable populations in the region.
The project aims to improve the health of 52 400 children under five from poor and excluded populations. It also helped caregivers in 36 municipalities in Pernambuco and Bahia States in Brazil and 4 districts in Acomayo province in Peru.