Fundação Renova

33 – Environmental education

Objective of the program

The program contemplates the implementation of environmental education measures in partnership with local governments affected by the collapse of the Fundão dam.

Progress of Program

Completion of Stage 1 of the 2nd Class of the Training Course for trainers in Agroecology for the Settlers of the Agrarian Reform of Minas Gerais.

• Promotion of the 2nd session of the Training Course for Educators in Agroecology - Agrarian Reform Settlers in Minas Gerais
• Completion of phases 1, 2, and 3 of the 1st session of the Training Course for Educators in Agroecology - Agrarian Reform Settlers in Minas Gerais.

There were no relevant facts this month.

Young Leadership Training
• Completing the Institutional Articulation stage of areas 1, 2, 3, and 5 of the 1st Cycle of the Young Leadership Training Project. The project was partially presented to municipal governments online, due to the measure of social isolation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Interface Process: Education for Sustainable Territory Planning Completing the Educational Policies Project for the Course for Educators in Agroecology for the Agrarian Reform Settlers of Minas Gerais
• Concluding the Mobilization for the 1st class of the Course for Educators in Agroecology for the Agrarian Reform Settlers of Minas Gerais
• Completing the Educational Diagnosis proposal that will subsidize training in agroecology in the ten Agrarian Reform Settlements in Minas Gerais.

Interface Process: Education for Sustainable Territory Planning
• Conclusion of the contracting process of the institution (CEFORMA) responsible for carrying out the training for agrarian reform settlers in Espirito Santo in interface with PG026, based on the signing of the partnership term and kick-off.

Interface Process: Education for Sustainable Territory Planning
• Completion of the mobilization of 74 properties containing 218 springs in the Suaçui Basin/MG, 84 properties containing 157 springs in the Pontoes/ES Basin and 38 properties containing 106 springs in the Piranga/MG Basin, as part of Educational Programs for Revitalization of the Doce River Basin (PG033) and Recovery of Springs (PG027).

Young Leadership Training Project
• Completion of the hiring of employees and establishing an office for the institution responsible for area 1 of the 1st Cycle of the Young Leadership Training Project.
• Completion of the validation of the work plan of the institution responsible for area 1 of the 1st Cycle of the Young Leadership Training Project.
• Completion of the hiring of employees and establishing an office for the institution responsible for area 2 of the 1st Cycle of the Young Leadership Training Project.
• Completion of the validation of the work plan of the institution responsible for area 2 of the 1st Cycle of the Young Leadership Training Project.
• Completion of the hiring of employees and establishing an office for the institution responsible for area 3 of the 1st Cycle of the Young Leadership Training Project.
• Completion of the validation of the work plan of the institution responsible for area 3 of the 1st Cycle of the Young Leadership Training Project.
• Completion of the hiring of employees and establishing an office for the institution responsible for area 5 of the 1st Cycle of the Young Leadership Training Project.
• Completion of the validation of the work plan of the institution responsible for area 5 of the 1st Cycle of the Young Leadership Training Project.
• Completion of the contracting process of the institution responsible for area 5 of the 1st Cycle of the Young Leadership Training Project, by signing the Partnership’s Agreement.

Collaboration Process Education for Planning Sustainable Territories
• Conclusion of contracting process for the partnership with the Francisca Veras Foundation, for the formation and engagement of 10 settlements in Minas Gerais, in collaboration with PG026. This delivery refers to the milestone “Signature of the Partnership Agreement with the Francisca Veras Foundation for training of Agrarian Reform Settlers in Minas Gerais (Technical course in agroecology and forest restoration)”.
Young Leadership Training Project
• The hiring process of partner institutions to carry out the first cycle of the Young Leadership Training, scheduled for January/2020, has not been completed. Cause: the hiring for the execution of area 4 (Lower Doce River) of the project took longer than anticipated in one of the supply area stages, hindering the kick-off in January/2020. Countermeasure: negotiate with the partner institution to carry out the kick-off before the planned execution date, without compromising the project planning, scheduled for 03/15/2020.

Young Leadership Training Project
The deliveries foreseen in the 2018 annual CIF report for fiscal year 2019, not included in this report, have not been completed. Cause: Improvements to the work plan in partnership with the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG) and Federal University of Ouro Preto (UFOP). Countermeasure: Adjust the schedule according to the work plan developed in partnership with UFMG/UFOP.
Program Definition
Delivery of the updated document “PG033 - Educational Program for Revitalization of the Doce River Basin - Executive Projects” in compliance with item 2 Technical Note 24, Resolution 288 and minutes of the Extraordinary Meeting held between the Renova Foundation and the Technical Board CT-ECLET. This delivery refers to Milestone “Resolution 288 - Item 1”.

• Internal completion of Resolution 240 with the sending of a Letter to the Technical Board of Education, Culture, Recreation and Tourism (CT-ECLET). This delivery refers to Milestone “Resolution 240 - Item 1: Referring to NT 18/2018 related to the granting of scholarships to teachers participating in the Educator Training, whose unit value and procedures shall be defined by the Renova Foundation”.

• Dissemination of the results of the partner institutions to carry out the first cycle of the Young Leadership Project. This delivery refers to the milestone “Selection of partner institutions to carry out the first cycle of the Young Leadership Project”.

• Delivery of the work plan with the UFMG/UFOP partnership to carry out the Project for Training Educators and School Management.
• Delivery of the proposal of the “Integrated Settlement Project”, related to the interface with Programs 18, 17 and 26.

• Delivery of the Program Definition Report in compliance with item 2 of Technical Note 24/2019; Resolution 288 and minutes of the Extraordinary Meeting held between the Renova Foundation and CT-ECLET.

Program Definition:
• Finalization of the second review of the Executive Projects of the Educational Program for Revitalization of the Doce River Basin, in compliance with Technical Note 24; Resolution 288 and minutes of the Extraordinary Meeting held between the Renova Foundation and Technical Board CT-ECLET.
Young Leadership Training Project:
• Dissemination of the results of the Public Call for registration of evaluators of the Technical Proposals of the RFP for Young Leadership Training - CYCLE 01.
• Selection and hiring of evaluators for the Technical Proposals of the RFP for Young Leadership Training - CYCLE 01.
Interfaces Process: Education for Sustainable Territory Planning:
Interface with the Springs Recovery Program:
• Visits to rural properties in the municipalities of Governador Valadares, Guanhaes, Sabinopolis, Virginopolis and Resplendor (Suacui Basin) to mobilize producers and validate the springs that will be recovered this year.
• Spoken Map and Crosswalk workshops with rural producers in the municipalities of Governador Valadares, Guanhaes, Sabinopolis, Virginopolis and Resplendor (Suacui Basin) to mobilize and engage them in the recovery of springs in year 3.

Young Leadership Training Project:
• Receipt of proposals from the institutions that registered for the Young Leadership RFP. In total, 15 proposals were received in the 5 territories of the Renova Foundation.
• Publication of the result of the RFP for accreditation of professionals for forming the committee to evaluate the technical proposals of the Young Leadership Training RFP - Cycle 1. In total, there were 55 registrations of which 10 were selected.

Training of Experimental Educators and Schools Project:
• Validation of the feasibility study for granting specialization courses and scholarships by the Technical Board of Education, Culture, Sports, Leisure and Tourism (ECELT).
Young Leadership Training Project:
• Launch on the Renova Foundation website of the RFP Young Leadership Training - CICLE 01, for hiring institutions.
• Five meetings were held to answer questions about the RFP Young Leadership Training - CICLE 01 in the municipalities of Mariana, Ipatinga, Governador Valadares, Colatina and Linhares, with the participation of 20 institutions.
• Launch on the website of the Renova Foundation Public Call for accreditation of professionals to provide services for the evaluation and analysis of Technical Proposals that will be received via the RFP of the Public Call - Young Leadership Training - CICLE 01.

• The final version of the RFP for selection of institutions specialized in training and project development processes with young people, as part of the Young Leadership Training Project, was sent to Technical Board CT-ECLT.
• The final report of the feasibility study for the granting of specialization courses and scholarships to teachers of the municipal and state network of the 45 municipalities served by the Education Program for the Revitalization of the Doce River Basin, was submitted to CT-ECLT. Conclusion of resolution 240.

Submission of the first version of the RFP for the development of the project: Completion of training of young leaders (selection of institutions aiming at the qualification of young leaders in 45 municipalities affected by the event in the states of Minas Gerais and Espirito Santo, through the implementation of the youth leadership training project of the Educational Program for the Revitalization of the Doce River Basin). Date of submission: 03/21/2019.
The first version of the proposal for a partnership with the Federal Universities of Minas Gerais and Ouro Preto (UFMG/UFOP) was presented to the Technical Board CT-ECLT. The purpose of this proposal is the execution of the Project for Training Educators and Experimental Schools for the Revitalization of the Doce River Basin in the municipalities affected by the Fundao dam collapse in the state of Minas Gerais. Date of submission: 03/22/2019.
Working meetings were held, between teams of the Renova Foundation and the UFMG/UFOP Universities, to continue the discussion of the partnership and definition of a work proposal. Dates of meetings: 03/18 and 03/25/2019.
A working meeting was held, between teams of the Renova Foundation and the Federal Institute of Espirito Santo (IFES), to verify the possibility of a partnership for the implementation of the Project for Training Educators and Experimental Schools for the Revitalization of the Doce River Basin, in the municipalities affected by the Fundao dam collapse in the state. Date of meeting: 03/22/2019.
Meeting with the Workers' Movement and teams of the Permanent Preservation Areas Recovery Program (PG026), Education for the Revitalization of the Doce River Basin Program (PG033), with the Economy and Innovation, Legal and Institutional Relations areas, for definition of the institutional arrangement for execution of projects on training, forest restoration and production chain. Date of the meeting: 03/15/2019.
A meeting was held with the education team of the Workers' Movement and Education for the Revitalization of the Doce River Basin Program (PG033), with the objective of discussing and defining the work plan for the training courses in the settlements that will participate in the forest restoration process. Date of meeting: 03/27/2019.
A proposal was created for offering a scholarship to the educators of the Project for Training Educators and Experimental Schools: survey of institutions offering courses to check the technical feasibility of granting scholarships, in addition to contact with research funding agencies for the same purpose.

Presentation of the POETIC Report of the 1st Educational Forum for the Revitalization of the Doce River Basin to CT-ECTL. Delivery date: 02/19/2019.
Talks started with the universities of Minas Gerais and Espirito Santo in order to outline the work plan for the implementation of the Training Project for Educators and Experimental Schools for the Revitalization of the Doce River Basin. Delivery date: 02/25/2019.
Meeting with the Workers' Movement and Permanent Preservation Areas Recovery Program (PPAs) team for the development of interface actions. Delivery date: 02/25/2019.
Survey of the existing courses and of the planned ones, together with the Coordination of Improvement of Personnel of Higher Education (CAPES), considering the offers related to the University of Brazil System (UAB) and to the stricto sensu specializations offered by Institutions of Higher Education (IES), with special attention to those located in the states of Minas Gerais and Espirito Santo.
Construction of a proposal to offer scholarships to educators.

Analytical report of the 1st Educational Forum for the Revitalization of the Doce River Basin submitted to the Technical Board - Sport, Culture, Tourism and Recreation on 01/03.
On 01/08, the feasibility study started for granting a specialization course and scholarships to teachers of the municipal and state network of the 45 municipalities served by the Educational Program for the Revitalization of the Doce River Basin.
On 01/11, preparation started of the methodological proposal for constitution, participatory development and consolidation of the Indicators for Monitoring and Evaluation of the Educational Program for the Revitalization of the Doce River Basin.

Meeting to discuss alignment and contributions for reparation in the Doce River Mouth region, between the Renova Foundation and State Government of Espirito Santo.

Sharing the report of the 1st Educational Forum for the Revitalization of the Doce River Basin for virtual contributions on a specific platform (Google Docs) from 11/11 to 11/22. Only 5 contributions were received.

Promotion of places for the exchange of experiences and reflection on education for the revitalization of the Doce River basin with the Education Forum for the Revitalization of the Doce River Basin, on 10/17 and 10/18 in Colatina (ES), and on 10/24 and 10/25 in Ipatinga (MG).

From 08/30 to 04/19, the OASIS experience was carried out in partnership with the Instituto Elos, in the municipalities of Mariana, Belo Oriente and Sao Mateus. The event was carried out by 102 young people from 21 municipalities of the Doce river basin who are participating in a training program for young leaders. At the event, young people and communities built and executed projects to transform their situation.
On 09/17, a meeting was held with the Technical Board of Education, Culture, Tourism and Recreation to present and discuss the executive projects and the proposal of the Forum on Education for Revitalization of the Doce River Basin.
From 09/27 to 10/02, the OASIS experience event was held with 102 young people from 21 municipalities of the Doce river basin, in partnership with Instituto Elos, to collectively construct new proposals to transform the situation along the river.

Workshops were held on 08/02, 08/03, 08/06, and 08/07 for training technicians in mediation and communication tools for feedback on the Plan of Action for the State Agricultural System (PASEA). On 08/09 there was a meeting with members of the Landless Movement (MST) to define a work plan for a project to be carried out in partnership with the Renova Foundation. On 08/17 and 08/18, the program visited the Prado Rosa settlement in Bahia to learn about the school and other projects developed by the movement. Meetings were held on 08/09, 08/15, 08/23 and 08/29, with the teams responsible for the construction and implementation of the Socioeconomic and Environmental Adequacy Plan (PASEA) for definitions of interfaces related to the feedback on this instrument to rural producers in Mariana, Barra Longa, Santa Cruz do Escalvado and Rio Doce. On 8/13, an analytical report of the virtual contributions for the definition of the Education Program for the Revitalization of the Doce River Basin was submitted in response to item 1.3 of Technical Note No.11 of the Technical Board of Education, Culture, Tourism and Recreation.

On 8/31, the Executive Project of the Education Program for Revitalization was delivered in response to item 2 of Technical Note No. 11 of the Technical Board of Education, Culture, Tourism and Recreation.

This month, the program participated in the extraordinary meeting with members of the Technical Board of Education, Culture and Tourism for discussion and definition of the Education of Educators and Experimental Schools project and delivered the prognosis for the Revitalization of the Doce River Basin Program.

The program’s team participated in meetings with those responsible for developing and implementing the Socioeconomic and Environmental Adequacy Plan (PASEA) for definitions of interfaces related to the feedback of this instrument to the rural producers of Mariana, Barra Longa, Santa Cruz do Escalvado and Rio Doce. It also attended a meeting with the team of the Landless Movement (MST) to discuss the work proposal presented by them in the field of Education.

In Ipatinga/MG, the program held the Construction Workshop - Integrated Performance stretch 03 Channel.

In June, representatives of the program participated in an extraordinary meeting with members of the Technical Board of Education, Culture and Tourism and the State Secretariat of Education of Minas Gerais, for discussion and definition of the project for Training Educators and Experimental Schools.

In another meeting with the Technical Board of Education, Culture and Tourism, the items pointed out in a technical note were presented and discussed.

The program team also participated in meetings with those responsible for constructing and implementing the Socioeconomic and Environmental Adequacy Plan (Pasea). During the meeting, the interfaces regarding this instrument and the feedback to the rural producers of Mariana, Barra Santa Cruz do Escavaldo and Rio Doce were defined.

Moreover, the report with replies to the technical note of the Technical Board of Education, Culture and Tourism was also filed and the definition of the Educational Program for the Revitalization of the Doce River Basin was reviewed. The Educational Program for the Revitalization of the Doce River Basin was also approved by the Interfederative Committee
(CIF).

The definition of the Educational Program for the Revitalization of the Doce River Basin.

The Sustainable Land Use team also met with program staff to establish interfaces and other details for the course on Participation Tools and Social Dialogue. The training will be aimed at qualifying the Renova Foundation technicians and partners who will conduct the return of the Socioeconomic and Environmental Adequacy Plans (Paseas) with the affected rural property owners.

Progen technicians who represent Renova in the field (at the springs and PPAs) completed an immersion course in social technologies and participatory assessment tools. The training was given by the Technical Information and Assessment Center (CIAAT).

CEFIP, a non-profit organization of reference specialized in projects in schools, also presented its work proposal during a meeting with Renova Foundation teams. There, possible partnerships for the training of teachers and school administrators were listed.

The work plan to be implemented by the Instituto Elos, which provides for the training of young leaders to conduct community projects, was also elaborated.

The definition of the Program is still under discussion in the Technical Board of Education, Culture, Recreation and Tourism. Potential partners for its execution were mapped.

In addition, the program supported the training of the operational staff of the springs and Permanent Protection Areas (PPAs) programs in partnership with the Technical Information and Assessment Center (CIAAT).

The program supported the Information and Technical Advisory Body (CIAAT) in the elaboration of the menu and planning of the training course for the operational teams of the springs recovery program and the permanent preservation areas program.

The definition of the program was presented to the Technical Board of Education, Culture, Recreation and Tourism.

In support of the Springs Recovery and Permanent Preservation Areas (PPAs) Programs, Consent Protocol meetings were held. The objective is to formalize the adhesion of rural producers and establish engagement in all stages of the recovery process of 600 hectares of PPA and 500 springs in year 2.

A collaborative workshop was held in Governador Valadares (MG) to raise contributions for the elaboration of the Educational Program for the Revitalization of the Doce River Basin. The event was attended by 102 public managers from the municipalities affected by the Fundao dam collapse, members of the Doce River Basin Committees, the governments of the States of Minas Gerais and Espirito Santo.

In support of the Springs and PPAs Recovery Program, meetings were held to present and mobilize rural producers to recover areas in the Sucui, Piranga and Pontoes basins.

During the event, the Plant-for-the-Planet founder Felix Funkbainer met with the ambassadors of Mariana (MG) to present the project activities, hold workshops and plant trees. The event was attended by other young people from the town, invited to get to know the project.

Meeting with the founder of Plant-for-the-Planet, Felix Funkbeiner, gathering around 70 Climate Justice Ambassadors, trained in the academies of Mariana (MG). During the occasion, a conversation was held among the youngsters, as well as a workshop on drip irrigation and the planting of seedlings.

In November, Renova also met with the Technical Board of Education, Culture, Leisure and Tourism to construct the guidelines and pillars of the Educational Program for the Revitalization of the Doce River Basin, which will be presented in a workshop with public officials scheduled for December 2017.

The Term of Reference for contracting the institution that will carry out the stages of mobilization, engagement and training of rural producers for the recovery of 500 springs (year 2) in the Hydrographic Units for Water Resources Management (UGRH) of Piranga, Suacui and Pontoes.

In the Educational Program for the Revitalization of the Doce River Basin, were validated by the Technical Board of Education, Culture, Leisure and Information the methodological proposal and the list of guests for the construction of the bases of the program.

The activities of the Douradinho Project in the municipal and state education networks of Mariana, Barra Longa, Santa Cruz do Escalvado, Rio Doce, Governador Valadares, Ipatinga and Colatina, were wrapped up with a theater play and a visit of Thiago Cascabulho, author of the book "Tin Can Friend, River Friend". The activities involved 3,260 students.

Continuing the Plant-for-the-Planet Project, the young ambassadors held meetings with the Social Development Secretariat of Mariana to plan the activities to be carried out during the visit of the project's founder, scheduled for November.

In support of the Springs Recovery Program, the Environmental Education team finalized the proposal of mobilization, engagement and training of rural producers in order to attend the second year of operation of the front. The program was forwarded for evaluation to the committees of the basins of Suacui, Piranga and Sao Jose.

Following the selection made by the Call for the Educational Program for the Revitalization of the Doce River Basin, 70 representatives with 39 mapped experiences/good practices were gathered at the Event for Sharing Stories and Know-How. The purpose of the action was to bring forward the experiences, strengthen the care network of the Doce River and inspire the elaboration of the Educational Program for the Revitalization of the Doce River Basin. The experiences will be published in a book.

As part of the Plant-for-the-Planet project, 100 native seedlings were planted along the Avenue Alameda dos Inconfidentes, in Mariana (MG). In addition, some of the town's Climate Justice Ambassadors led the first Plant-for-the-Planet academy in Sorocaba (SP). A planning meeting was also held with Mariana's secretary of Environment, with the purpose of outlining the next actions of the project in the municipality.

Five meetings were held to present and organize the Plant-for-the-Planet Academy. These meetings took place in the municipality of Mariana (MG) and involved 37 people, including representatives of the Departments of Environment and Education, the Providence school and youth groups of Bento Rodrigues and Paracatu de Baixo, in Minas Gerais.

The presentation of the Plant-for-the-Planet Academy was able to gather 110 young people from all municipal schools and social projects of Mariana and young representatives of the impacted communities of Bento Rodrigues and Paracatu de Baixo.

Meetings were held with the teams of Land Use and the World-Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) to define the proposal for the mobilization, engagement and training of rural producers for the recovery of springs.

Enrollment to the Call on Education for the Revitalization of the Doce River Basin has been closed. 64 entries were received, of which 55 were practical experiences and nine were proposals.

Publication of the Call on Education for the Revitalization of the Doce River Basin, which aims to map experiences and good practices of education and revitalization of basins. This is the first stage of the participatory and collaborative planning process for the elaboration of the Education Program for the Revitalization of the Doce River Basin.

Mobilization of partners and young people interested in participating in the Planting-for-the-Planet Project to participate in the planting of native species. The area for the first planting of the project was defined and is located between Mariana and Mariana Passage, in Minas Gerais.

In June, 292 educators were trained by the Douradinho Project of the municipal and state networks of Mariana, Barra Longa, Santa Cruz do Escalvado, Rio Doce, Governador Valadares, Ipatinga in Minas Gerais, and Colatina in Espirito Santo.

As part of the Planting-for-the-Planet Project, mobilization and informative actions were carried out for the academies that will train young people to act as ambassadors against the climate crisis. These actions involved 176 people, including participants from the Environment Week and representatives from the Secretariats of Environment, Social Development Education and the direction of the schools of Mariana.

A visit was made to the Inhotim Museum with the youngsters of the João Artênsio Group from Bento Rodrigues, and a meeting was held to plan the next steps.

Presentation to the public authorities of Mariana, the Plant-For-The-Planet project, which provides for the awareness of youngsters about climate change and the planting of one million native trees along the Doce River Basin. The initiative is a partnership of Renova and the Plant-for-the Planet organization, created in Germany. The first group was trained on May 26 and the participants received a certificate and the challenge of acting as "Climate Justice Ambassadors".

The development has started of the communication and media plan to mobilize strategic players of the Doce River Basin and to raise good practices for the revitalization of the region. Furthermore, the structuring of the Environmental Education program has begun in the affected municipalities.

Beginning of the second stage of the Douradinho Environmental Education Project - carried out by the Instituto pelo Bem do Planeta (Institute for the well-being of the planet), with the support of the Renova Foundation. At this stage, representatives of the Municipal Education Departments of the participating municipalities received the book and the pedagogical proposals of the initiative. Besides this, the team of Douradinho (Instituto pelo Bem do Planeta) maintains regular contact with the secretariats and local administrators to inform them about the progress of the project.

In partnership with the Reference Centers for Social Assistance of Mariana (CRAS), round-table discussions took place with participants from the VertiCRAS Project - Vertical Vegetable Gardens. The relationship between vertical vegetable gardens and economics, environment, quality of life and health was discussed. The VertiCRAS project is authored by CRAS and the Renova Foundation supports the initiative through the Social Protection and Environmental Education programs.

In March, there were six meetings with public authorities about the environmental education project Douradinho and the inclusion of the municipalities of Mariana, Barra Longa, Santa Cruz do Escalvado, Rio Doce and Governador Valadares, Minas Gerais, and Colatina, in Espírito Santo. In partnership with the Reference Centers for Social Assistance of Mariana (MG), conversation circles were organized on topics such as economy, environment, quality of life, health, and the VertiCRAS Project for vertical vegetable gardens.

In partnership with the Social Assistance Reference Centers (CRAS) in Mariana (MG), workshops were promoted for the creation of vertical vegetable gardens, through the Social Protection and Environmental Education programs, including the supply of seedlings and substrates.

Last month, meetings were organized with the Youth Group of Bento Rodrigues (MG) to start the activities of the Environment Education Program, as well as the announcement of services and activities of the Social Assistance Reference Centers (CRAS) in the municipality of Mariana (MG), and ecological action in Itacolomi State Park, held on January 28.

Last month, for the closure of the school year, activities took place in the Municipal School of Paracatu de Baixo (MG), including conversation circles and workshops with the Youth Group of Bento Rodrigues (MG).

Last month, the Youth Group of Bento Rodrigues (MG) showed its commitment to the program's actions and the integration of the Paracatu de Baixo school community (MG), through activities involving music, dance and crafts.

Meetings were held with the Bento Rodrigues Youth Group (MG), as well as activities with students, teachers and staff from the Municipal School of Paracatu de Baixo (MG) and the Municipal School of Barra Longa (MG). The community of Gesteira (MG) participated in a lecture about the valuation of individual and collective assets.

Activities were developed with the Youth Group of Bento Rodrigues (MG) and with the parents and students of the Municipal School of Paracatu de Baixo (MG). In addition, program management meetings were held with the Secretariat of Education and teams from three schools in Barra Longa (MG) and Paracatu.


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