Institutions from four areas were selected and will promote the engagement and qualification of young people from 45 municipalities that were impacted by the Fundao dam collapse
The institutions selected through the RFP for Young Leadership Training – Round 1, sponsored by the Renova Foundation, were announced. The institutions that were chosen will operate in the 45 municipalities affected by the Fundao dam collapse, 36 of them in the state of Minas Gerais and nine in Espirito Santo.
The project is part of the development actions of the Educational Program for Revitalization of the Doce River Basin, pursuant to clause 172 of the Transaction and Conduct Adjustment Term (TTAC).
The objective of the Young Leadership Training project is to promote the engagement and qualification of young people from the municipalities that were impacted by the Fundao dam collapse, so that, through the development of leadership aspects, projects aimed at development can be elaborated and implemented in the Doce River Basin.
The classification followed the criteria established in item 9. SELECTION of RFP for YOUNG LEADERSHIP TRAINING.
The Renova Foundation appreciates the participation and professionalism presented by all participants. There will be other opportunities and we hope we can count on you again.
Check out the list with the institutions selected through the RFP and the areas in which they will operate:
AREA 1 (Mariana; Barra Longa; Rio Doce; Santa Cruz do Escalvado; Ponte Nova)
1st: Community Center For Culture And Development – CPCD
2nd: Minas Gerais Association of Family Farming Schools – AMEFA
3rd: Methodical and Practical Learning Center of Limeira
AREA 2 (Sem-Peixe; Rio Casca; Sao Pedro dos Ferros; Sao Domingos da Prata; Sao Jose do Goiabal; Raul Soares; Dionisio; Corrego Novo; Pingo D’agua; Marlieria; Bom Jesus do Galho; Timoteo; Caratinga; Ipatinga; Santana do Paraiso; Ipaba; Bugre; Iapu; Sobralia; and Fernandes Tourinho)
1st: Geraldo Pelingeiro Abreu Foundation – FGPA
2nd: Methodical and Practical Learning Center of Limeira
AREA 3 (Belo Oriente; Naque; Periquito; Alpercata; Governador Valadares; Tumiritinga; Galileia; and Conselheiro Pena)
1st: Integrated Center for Sustainable Development Studies and Programs – CIEDS
2nd: Instituto Elos
3rd: Agroatins Carajas
4th: Relational Research Institute – IPR
5th: Seravalli Consultancy LTDA
AREA 4 (Resplendor; Itueta; Aimores; Baixo Guandu; Colatina; and Marilandia)
1st: Minas Gerais Association of Family Farming Schools – AMEFA
2nd: Agroatins Carajas
AREA 5 (Linhares; Aracruz; Sao Mateus; Serra; Conceicao da Barra; and Fundao)
1st: Lumiar Ambiental
2nd: Integrated Center for Sustainable Development Studies and Programs
3rd: Relational Research Institute – IPR