Fundação Renova

3 – Protection and Recovery of Quality of Life of Indigenous People

Objective of the program

To maintain the measures of continuous monitoring of the aspects included in the agreement between Vale and the peoples of Krenak and the continuous monitoring of the emergency support measures to the peoples of Tupiniquim and Guarani. Another objective is the hiring of an independent consultant, according the term of reference of Funai to perform a thorough study regarding the environmental and socioeconomic impacts of the collapse on the Kenak, Tupiniquim and Guarani peoples.

Progress of Program

Tupiniquim-Guarani
• This month, the Renova Foundation wired a total of R$ 2,567,803.87 to the bank accounts of the indigenous associations GUARANI MB; TUPINIKIM DE IRAJA; TUPINIKIM DE AREAL; TUPINIKIM AITG; GUARANY D ATUGUAA, and TUPINIKIM PAU BRASIL, registered under CNPJ numbers 10300205/0001-46; 15829241/0001-15; 19266784/0001-22; 02551517/0001-02; 34444555/0001-44; and 09569165/0001-53, respectively, to be distributed by the Associations to the 1213 indigenous families from the Tupiniquim-Guarani lands.
The 1213 indigenous families are distributed over the 6 indigenous associations as follows: 69 families of GUARANI MB, 238 families of TUPINIKIM PAU BRASIL, 123 families of TUPINIKIM DE IRAJA, 51 families of TUPINIKIM DE AREAL, 700 families of the TUPINIKTU AITG, 32 families of the TUPINIKIM GUARANY D ATUGUAA.
The R$ 2,567,803.87 comprises the monthly payment of R$ 1,045.00 per family, plus 20% of the minimum wage per dependent, plus the value of a DIEESE basic-needs grocery package (Espirito Santo) and 5% administrative fees for the Associations.
Comboios
• This month, the Renova Foundation wired a total of R$ 897,784.94 to the bank account of the indigenous association of COMBOIOS, registered under CNPJ number 02.536.221/0001-04, to be distributed by the Association to 236 indigenous families from the Comboios territory. The R$ 897,784.94 comprises the monthly payment of 2.5 minimum wages per family, plus 20% of the minimum wage per dependent, plus the value of a DIEESE basic-needs grocery package (Espirito Santo) and 5% administrative fee for the Association.
• Water distribution for the Comboios community:
- 34,300 liters were distributed between 06/01/2020 and 06/30/2020 (total of 1,715 tanks of 20 liters).

Resplendor
• This month, the Renova Foundation wired a total of R$ 1,691,937.00 to the bank accounts of the following indigenous associations; UATU, ATORAN; BAKAN; BURUM ERERRE-AIBE; KRENAK; NAKNENUK; NAKRERRE; and BURUM TAKRUK, registered under CNPJ numbers 08.882.323/0001-80; 07.864.625/0001-40; 30.862.050/0001-49; 23.675.495/0001-54; 03.640.055/0001-54; 07.918.506/0001-23; 12.078.678/0001-76; and 20.076.203/0001-79, respectively, to be distributed by the Associations to the 137 indigenous families from the Resplendor territory.
The 137 indigenous families are distributed over the 8 indigenous associations as follows: 31 families of ATORAN, 10 families of BAKAN, 17 families of BURUM ERERRE, 18 families of KRENAK, 12 families of NAKNENUK, 11 families of NAKRERRE, 11 families of TAKRUK, and 27 families of UATU. The R$ 1,691,937.00 comprises the monthly payment of R$ 9,405.00 to each of the 137 families.
• Three families belonging to the ATORAN Indigenous Association and 1 family belonging to the TAKRUK Indigenous Association were included in the scope of the Renova Foundation.
• Water distribution to Indigenous Peoples of Resplendor:
- 5 liters of mineral water per person per day, from 05/21/2020 to 06/20/2020 (90,000 liters in total)
• Distribution of corn silage in Indigenous Territory Resplendor:
- 240 metric tons for 100 families, from 05/21/2020 to 06/20/2020
• Distribution of mineral salt for cattle in Indigenous Territory Resplendor:
- 300 x 25 kg bags for 100 families, from 05/21/2020 to 06/20/2020
• Distribution of animal feed in Indigenous Territory Resplendor:
- 2,268 x 40 kg bags for 108 families, from 05/21/2020 to 06/20/2020

Tupiniquim-Guarani
• Emergency subsistence aid payments were made to the assisted families:
- 1,213 families in the Tupiniquim and Caieiras Velhas II Indigenous Territory.
Total paid: R$ 2,567,964.59. Of which R$ 63,060.35 were paid to 32 families belonging to the Tupinikim Guarany Association of the Amarelos Village (ATUGUAA); R$ 260,170.54 were paid to 123 families belonging to the Tupinikim Indigenous Association of the Iraja village; R$ 110,878.31 were paid to 51 families belonging to the Tupinikim Indigenous Association of the Areal Village; R$ 1,491,940.80 were paid to 700 families belonging to the Tupiniquim and Guarani Indigenous Association (AITG); R$ 147,597.88 were paid to 69 families belonging to the Mboapy Pindó Indigenous Association; R$ 494,316.71 were paid to 238 families belonging to the Tupiniquim de Pau Brasil Indigenous Association.
Comboios
• Emergency subsistence aid payments were made to the assisted families:
- 236 families in the Indigenous Territory Comboios.
Total paid: R$ 896,975.14. Of which R$ 896,975.14 were paid to 236 families belonging to the Indigenous Association of Comboios.
• Water was distributed to the Comboios community:
– 33,200 liters distributed from May 01, 2020 to May 31, 2020, totaling 1,660 20-liter gallons.
Resplendor
• Emergency subsistence aid payments were made to the assisted families:
- 133 families in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor.
Total paid: R$ 1,525,239.00. Of which R$ 263,340.00 were paid to 28 families belonging to the Atoran Indigenous Association; R$ 94,050.00 were paid to 10 families belonging to the Bakan Indigenous Association; R$ 159,885.00 were paid to 17 families belonging to the Burum-Ererre Indigenous Association; R$ 169,290.00 were paid to 18 families belonging to the Krenak Indigenous Association, R$ 112,860.00 were paid to 12 families belonging to the Naknenuk Indigenous Association; R$ 103,455.00 were paid to 11 families belonging to the Nakrerre Indigenous Association; R$ 94,050.00 were paid to 10 families belonging to the Takruk Indigenous Association; and R$ 528,309.00 were paid to 27 families belonging to the Uatu Indigenous Association.
• Three families belonging to the Uatu Indigenous Association were included in the Renova Foundation's scope of action.
• Water was distributed to the Indigenous Peoples of Resplendor:
- 5 liters of mineral water per person per day, from April 21, 2020 to May 20, 2020 (totaling 90,000 liters).
• 32 Corn silage was distributed in the Indigenous Territory of Resplendor:
- 240 metric tons to 100 families from April 21, 2020 to May 20, 2020.
• Mineral salt for cattle was distributed in the Indigenous Territory of Resplendor:
- 300 25-kg bags for 100 families from April 21, 2020 to May 20, 2020.
• Animal feed was distributed in the Indigenous Territory of Resplendor
- 2,268 40-kg bags for 108 families from April 21, 2020 to May 20, 2020.

Tupiniquim-Guarani
• Payment of emergency subsistence aid to the families served:
- 1,213 families in the Tupiniquim and Caieiras Velhas II Indigenous Territory.
The total amount of R$ 2,532,583 was distributed as follows: R$ 62,167.31 to 32 families of the Tupinikim Guarany Association of the Amarelos village (ATUGUAA); R$ 255,894.39 to 123 families of the Tupinikim Indigenous Association of the Iraja village; R$ 109,105.27 to 51 families of the Tupinikim Indigenous Association of Areal; R$ 1,467,604.95 to 700 families of the Tupiniquim and Guarani Indigenous Association (AITG); R$ 144,540.71 to 69 families of the Mboapy Pindo Indigenous Association; R$ 493,270.51 to 238 families of the Tupiniquim de Pau Brasil Indigenous Association.
• Completion of the Indigenous Component Study (ICS) of the Tupiniquim-Guarani Indigenous Peoples.

Comboios
• Payment of emergency subsistence aid to the families served:
- 236 families in the Indigenous Territory Comboios.
The total amount of R$ 888,551.03 was paid to 236 families of the Indigenous Association of Comboios.
• Water distribution to the Comboios community:
- 48,780 liters were distributed between 04/01/2020 and 04/30/2020 (total of 2,439 tanks of 20 liters).
• Completion of the Indigenous Component Study (ICS) of the Indigenous Peoples of Comboios.
Resplendor
• Payment of emergency subsistence aid to the families served:
- 130 families in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor.
The total amount of R$ 1,222,650.00 was distributed as follows: R$ 263,340.00 to 28 families of the Atoran Indigenous Association; R$ 94,050.00 to 10 families of the Bakan Indigenous Association; R$ 159,885.00 to 17 families of the Burum-Ererre Indigenous Association; R$ 169,290.00 to 18 families of the Krenak Indigenous Association; R$ 112,860.00 to 12 families of the Naknenuk Indigenous Association, R$ 103,455.00 to 11 families of the Nakrerre Indigenous Association; R$ 94,050.00 to 10 families of the Takruk Indigenous Association and R$ 225,720.00 to 24 families of to the Uatu Indigenous Association.
• Water distributed to Indigenous Peoples of Resplendor:
- 5 liters of mineral water per person per day, from 03/21/2020 to 04/20/2020 (total of 90,000 liters).
• Distribution of corn silage in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor:
- 240 metric tons for 100 families, from 03/21/2020 to 04/20/2020.
• Distribution of mineral salt for cattle in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor:
- 300 x 25 kg bags for 100 families, from 03/21/2020 to 04/20/2020.
• Animal feed distribution in Indigenous Territory Resplendor:
- 2,268 x 40 kg bags for 108 families, from 03/21/2020 to 04/20/2020.

Tupiniquim-Guarani
• Payment of financial subsistence aid to the families served:
- 1,213 families in the Tupiniquim and Caieiras Velhas II Indigenous Territory.
• External analysis (Peer Review) of the final Indigenous Component Study (ICS) of the Tupiniquim and Caieiras Velhas II Indigenous Territories.
• Analysis of the final Indigenous Component Study (ICS) of the Tupiniquim and Caieiras Velhas II Indigenous Territories by departments of the Renova Foundation.
• Final report by the Renova Foundation on the Indigenous Component Study (ICS) of the Tupiniquim and Caieiras Velhas II Indigenous Territories for FUNAI.
Comboios
• Payment of financial subsistence aid to the families served:
- 236 families in the Indigenous Territory Comboios.
• External analysis (Peer Review) of the final Indigenous Component Study (ICS) of the Comboios Indigenous Territories.
• Analysis of the final Indigenous Component Study (ICS) of the Comboios Indigenous Territories by the Renova Foundation.
• Final report by the Renova Foundation on the Indigenous Component Study (ICS) of the Comboios Indigenous Territories for FUNAI.
• Water distribution to the Comboios community:
- 46,000 liters distributed between 03/01/2020 and 03/31/2020.
Resplendor
• Payment of extra emergency aid to assisted families
- 130 families in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor.
• Water distributed to Indigenous Peoples of Resplendor:
- 5 liters of mineral water per person per day, from 02/21/2020 to 03/20/2020 (total of 90,000 liters).
• Distribution of corn silage in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor:
- 240 metric tons for 100 families, from 02/21/2020 to 03/20/2020.
• Distribution of mineral salt for cattle in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor:
- 300 x 25 kg bags for 100 families, from 02/21/2020 to 03/20/2020.
• Animal feed distribution in Indigenous Territory Resplendor:
- 2.268 x 40 kg bags for 108 families, from 02/21/2020 to 03/20/2020.

Tupiniquim-Guarani
• Payment of financial subsistence aid to the families served:
- 1,122 families in the Indigenous Territory Tupiniquim-Guarani.
• Submission of the Tupiniquim-Guarani Indigenous Component Study to FUNAI and maintainers.
Comboios
• Payment of financial subsistence aid to the families served:
- 192 families in the Indigenous Territory Comboios.
• Submission of the Comboios Indigenous Component Study to FUNAI and maintainers.
• Supply of mineral water for 120 consecutive days starting 02/10/2020, in compliance with the agreement signed on 02/07/2020, after the railway line halted its operation due to strikes.
Resplendor
• Payment of extra emergency aid to assisted families
- 130 families in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor.
• Water distributed to Indigenous Peoples of Resplendor:
- 5 liters of mineral water per person per day, from 01/21/2020 to 02/20/2020 (total of 90,000 liters).
• Distribution of corn silage in Indigenous Territory Resplendor:
- 240 metric tons for 100 families, from 01/21/2020 to 02/20/2020.
• Distribution of mineral salt for cattle in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor:
- 300 x 25 kg bags for 100 families, from 01/21/2020 to 02/20/2020
• Animal feed distribution in Indigenous Territory Resplendor:
- 2,268 x 40 kg bags for 108 families, from 01/21/2020 to 02/20/2020

Tupiniquim-Guarani
• Payment of financial subsistence aid to assisted families
- 1,122 families in the Indigenous Territory Tupiniquim-Guarani.
• Answering questions of 6 Tupiniquim-Guarani associations (AIG, Areal, Iraja, AITG, Amarelos and Pau Brasil), regarding the family inclusion and migration process for the emergency subsistence aid program.
Comboios
• Payment of financial subsistence aid to assisted families
- 192 families in the Indigenous Territory Comboios.
• Answering questions of the Comboios Indigenous Tupiniquim Association (AITC) regarding the family inclusion and migration process for the emergency subsistence aid program.
• Presentation of the 2020 planning of actions in the Indigenous Territory Comboios, with the participation of the National Indigenous Foundation (FUNAI), Public Defender's Office (DPU), Ramboll and Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV).
Resplendor
• Payment of extra emergency aid to assisted families
- 130 families in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor.
• Water distributed to Indigenous Peoples of Resplendor
- 5 liters of mineral water per person per day.
• Distribution of corn silage in Indigenous Territory Resplendor
- 240 metric tons for 100 families.
• Distribution of mineral salt to cattle in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor
300 x 25 kg bags for 100 families.
• Animal feed distribution in Indigenous Territory Resplendor
- 2,268 x 40 kg bags for 108 families.

Tupiniquim-Guarani and Comboios
Payment of financial aid to the families served - 221 families in the Indigenous Territory of Comboios; 1,122 families in the Indigenous Territory of Tupiniquim-Guarani.
Technical visit of a possible contractor for the construction of water supply systems in the Indigenous Territory of Tupiniquim-Guarani.
Renewal of the Tupiniquim-Guarani emergency agreement.
Renewal of the Comboios emergency agreement.
The delivery of the Tupiniquim-Guarani Indigenous Component Study (ICS) for validation and authorization by the Indigenous Peoples of Resplendor, in order to begin the studies, has not been completed. Cause: The delay of the Tupiniquim-Guarani and Comboios ICS occurred during the collection campaigns. Whereas with the Indigenous Peoples of Resplendor it was not possible to obtain the group's approval for the studies. Countermeasure: Develop specific action plans for each cause encountered, expected for March 2020 (for the Tupiniquim-Guarani and Comboios ICS, the final delivery will take place in January 2020).
Resplendor
Payment of financial aid to the families served - 130 families in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor.
Distribution of water to the Indigenous Peoples of Resplendor - 5 liters of mineral water per person per day.
Distribution of corn silage in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor - 2,880 metric tons for 100 families in 2019.
Distribution of mineral salt for cattle in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor - 7.5 metric tons for 100 families in 2019.
Distribution of animal feed in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor - 90.7 metric tons for 108 families in 2019.
Mobilization began of the company that will execute the works related to the improvements to the access roads in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor.
A meeting was held between the Renova Foundation, Vale S.A. and indigenous groups of the Atoran group for presenting the results of the 2nd phase of the geophysics studies.
Hiring of a civil engineer from the indigenous community of Resplendor to present to the indigenous peoples the technical part of the execution of the construction projects that the Renova Foundation carries out in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor.
Commencement of structural works related to improvements to the access roads to the Indigenous Territory Resplendor.
The revision of the program definition and the collective construction, to identify the damage matrix and the indemnity process, were not completed. Cause: The Interfederative Committee (CIF) disregarded the initial methodology presented by the Renova Foundation for the definition of programs, publishing Resolution 302, determining a meeting between the Secretariat of Foreign Trade (SECEX), Renova and Technical Boards for definition of the program review methodology. Countermeasures: Agree on a schedule for the execution of three (03) workshops per traditional group. Finish review of program definition document with the other agents involved, with completion scheduled for March 2020.
The implementation of structuring actions, as an exit strategy for emergency actions in indigenous communities, has not been completed. Cause: Since the impact studies have not been finalized, structural reparation measures for indigenous territories have not been defined yet. Countermeasure: Formalize delivery dates for the ICS and the Basic Environmental Plan (BEP) and propose structuring actions for the program, scheduled for validation in March 2020, through the delivery of the BEP. Implementation will start as soon as validated/approved.
The implementation of actions to strengthen the health of the indigenous population, the initiation of the implementation of projects focused on traditions and actions of environmental recovery and protection, and the sustainable development of the impacted territories through the resumption of economic activities have not been completed. Cause: Awaiting the details of the basic environmental plan that will determine the projects in the areas of traditions, environmental recovery and protection, sustainable development and economy. Countermeasure: Monitor the preparation of the basic environmental plan, which is scheduled for March 020.

Resplendor
• Payment of Financial Aid to eligible families:
- 130 families in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor;
• Water distributed to Indigenous Peoples of Resplendor:
- 5 liters of mineral water per person per day.
• Distribution of corn silage in Indigenous Territory Resplendor:
- 240 metric tons for 100 families.
• Distribution of mineral salt to cattle in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor:
- 300 x 25 kg bags for 100 families.
• Animal feed distribution in Indigenous Territory Resplendor:
- 2,268 x 40 kg bags for 108 families.
• Compliance with Resolution 335, item 2, which gave the Renova Foundation a five-day deadline to seek individual identification documentation from the seven families of the Resplendor Indigenous Community.
• Non-compliance with Resolution 299, which calls for the inclusion of seven families of the Indigenous Peoples of Resplendor in the Emergency Financial Aid program. Cause: In order for the payment to be executed, the associations must comply with the recommendations that are in progress, according to the governance system. Countermeasure: Finalize agreement on delivery of payment receipts in December 2019.
Tupiniquim-Guarani and Comboios
• Payment of Financial Aid to eligible families:
- 192 families in the Indigenous Territory Comboios;
- 1,122 families in the Indigenous Territory Tupiniquim-Guarani.
• Preparation of the review methodology of the Program for Protection and Recovery of Quality of Life of Indigenous Peoples and presentation to the Technical Board.

Resplendor
• Payment of Financial Aid to eligible families:
- 130 families in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor.
• Water distribution to Indigenous Peoples of Resplendor:
- 5 liters of mineral water per person per day;
• Distribution of corn silage in Indigenous Territory Resplendor
- 240 metric tons for 100 families.
• Distribution of mineral salt for cattle in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor
- 300 x 25 kg bags for 100 families.
• Animal feed distribution in Indigenous Territory Resplendor:
- 2,268 x 40 kg bags for 108 families.
• Non-compliance with Resolution 299, which requires the inclusion of 7 Indigenous families from Resplendor in the Emergency Financial Aid program, which has not been finalized yet. To proceed with the payment, associations must meet the recommendations and eligibility conditions that are underway as requested by the Board of Governors.
• The initial planning for the indemnification process of the Recovery of the Quality of Life of Indigenous Peoples Program, in conjunction with the Impact Curation and Policy area, has not been completed. This action will be re-planned along with the other actions of the program and the new deadline will be announced in December.
• “Contracting SAA Works” packages were excluded: “TUPINIQUIM-GUARANI”, “Contracting SAA Works COMBOIOS: TRAINING”, “ Contracting Consultancy for the calculation of indemnities: Indigenous Peoples of RESPLENDOR”, “ECI and PBA - Studies and planning: Indigenous Peoples of RESPLENDOR”, due to the ongoing review of the planning of the program and redefinition of the scope.
Tupiniquim-Guarani and Comboios
• Payment of Financial Aid to eligible families:
- 192 families in the Indigenous Territory Comboios;
- 1,122 families in the Indigenous Territory Tupiniquim-Guarani.

Resplendor:
• Payment of Financial Aid to eligible families:
- 130 families in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor;
• Water distribution to Indigenous Peoples of Resplendor:
- 5 liters of mineral water per person per day;
- an average of 1,000 liters of drinking water per day at 142 water supply points;
- an average of 1,000 liters of raw water per day at 103 water supply points;
• Distribution of corn silage in Indigenous Territory Resplendor:
- 240 metric tons for 100 families.
• Distribution of mineral salt for cattle in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor:
- 300 x 25 kg bags for 100 families.
• Animal feed distribution in Indigenous Territory Resplendor:
- 2,268 x 40 kg bags for 108 families.
• Non-compliance with Resolution 299, which requires the inclusion of 7 Indigenous families from Resplendor in the Emergency Financial Aid payment, which was not completed yet. To proceed with the payment, associations must meet the recommendations and eligibility conditions that are underway as requested by the Board of Governors.
• Agreement on Renova Foundation's transitional process in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor was not concluded in September and is in progress.
Tupiniquim-Guarani and Comboios:
• Payment of Financial Aid to families in September:
- 192 families in the Indigenous Territory Comboios;
- 1,122 families in the Indigenous Territory Tupiniquim-Guarani.
• The definitions of the projects of conceptual alternatives for the Tupiniquim-Guarani and Comboios Water Supply System have not been completed. Conceptual alternatives will be defined by March 2020. This delivery depends on the topographic surveying (currently being performed) and the geophysical surveying (in contracting phase).
• Technical notes on the partial version of the Tupiniquim-Guarani and Comboios Indigenous Component Study have not been completed yet because they need to be made in conjunction with other Renova Foundation programs. Meetings with those programs are being scheduled.
• Commencement renewal process of the Emergency Financial Aid agreements for the Tupiniquim-Guarani.

• Payment of Financial Aid to eligible families:
- 130 families in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor;
- 192 families in the Indigenous Territory Comboios;
- 1,122 families in the Indigenous Territory Tupiniquim-Guarani.
• Water distribution to Indigenous Peoples of Resplendor:
- 5 liters of mineral water per person per day;
- an average of approximately 1,000 liters per day, at 142 drinking water supply points;
- an average of approximately 1,000 liters per day, at 103 raw water supply points.
• Distribution of corn silage in Indigenous Territory Resplendor:
- 240 metric tons for 100 families.
• Distribution of mineral salt to cattle in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor:
- 300 x 25 kg bags for 100 families.
• Animal feed distribution in Indigenous Territory Resplendor:
- 2,268 x 40 kg bags for 108 families.
• Laboratory analysis of water, sediment and aquatic (ichthyofauna and invertebrate) samples collected by the Tupiniquim-Guarani Indigenous Peoples.
• Laboratory analysis of water, sediment and aquatic organisms (ichthyofauna and invertebrates) samples collected by the Comboios Indigenous Peoples.
• Non-compliance with Resolution 299, which requires the inclusion of 7 Krenak families in the Emergency Financial Aid payment, which has not happened. To proceed with the payment, associations must meet the recommendations and eligibility conditions that are underway as requested by the Board of Governors.
• The alternatives for the Tupiniquim-Guarani Water Supply System projects have not been completed and are scheduled to be completed by September 2019.

• Payment of Financial Aid to eligible families:
- 130 families were served in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor;
- 192 families were served in the Indigenous Territory Comboios;
- 1,122 families were served in the Indigenous Territory Tupiniquim-Guarani.
• Water distributed to Indigenous Peoples of Resplendor:
- Mineral Water - (5 liters per person, per day).
- Drinking Water - approximately 1,000 Liters, on average, per day at 142 water supply points.
- Raw Water - approximately 1,000 Liters, on average, per day at 103 water supply points.
• Distribution of corn silage - 240 tons to 100 families in Indigenous Territory Resplendor.
• Distribution of mineral salt for cattle - 300 x 25kg bags for 100 families in Indigenous Territory Resplendor.
• Distribution of animal feed - 2,268 x 40kg bags for 108 families in Indigenous Territory Resplendor.
• Approval of the addendum for the 2nd collection of information for the Tupiniquim-Guarani and Comboios Indigenous Component Study.
• In June 2019, the negotiation and approval of the purchase order for drinking water and raw water (2nd contract) was completed for distribution to the Indigenous Peoples of Resplendor. However, the new supplier was not accepted by the community, which caused the retention of trucks that were distributing water. At the moment, as a transitional measure, a third supplier is distributing water in the territory until the 2nd contract is in place.
• In July 2019, the format and content definition for communication with Indigenous Peoples was planned. However, the communication strategy with communities has changed and therefore the actions must be redesigned.

• Payment of Financial Aid to eligible families:
- 130 families were served in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor;
- 192 families were served in the Indigenous Territory Comboios;
- 1,122 families were served in the Indigenous Territory Tupiniquim-Guarani.
• Water distribution to Indigenous Peoples of Resplendor:
- mineral water: 5 liters per person per day.
- drinking water (approximately 1,000 liters per day, on average, in 142 water supply points);
- raw water (approximately 1,000 liters per day, on average, in 103 water supply points).
• Distribution of corn silage:
- 240 metric tons for 100 families in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor.
• Distribution of mineral salt for cattle:
- 300 x 25kg bags for 100 families in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor.
• Animal feed distribution:
- 2,268 x 40kg bags for 108 families in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor.
• Agreement reached with new supplier and approval of order for purchase and distribution of drinking and raw water for the Indigenous Peoples of Resplendor.
• Technical visit of a possible supplier for the construction of water supply systems in the Indigenous Territory Tupiniquim-Guarani.
• Definition of the order for the execution of the 21 access road points to be improved in the Indigenous Territory Resplendor.

• Payment of Financial Aid to eligible families:
- 130 families were served in the Krenak Indigenous Territory;
- 192 families were served in the Indigenous Territory Comboios;
- 1,122 families were served in the Tupiniquim-Guarani Indigenous Territory.
• Water distribution to Krenak Indigenous Peoples:
- mineral water (5 liters per person, per day);
- drinking water (approximately 1,000 liters per day, on average, in 142 water supply points);
- raw water (approximately 1,000 liters per day, on average, in 103 water supply points).
• Distribution of corn silage:
- 240 tons to 100 families in the Krenak Indigenous Territory.
• Distribution of mineral salt for cattle:
- 300 bags of 25kg to 100 families in the Krenak Indigenous Territory.
• Animal feed distribution:
- 2,268 bags of 40kg to 108 families in the Krenak Indigenous Territory.
• The agreement on the Emergency Aid by the Renova Foundation on Krenak Indigenous Territory was finalized on 05/27/2019.
• The agreement for building cisterns was renegotiated with the Krenak Indigenous Peoples on 05/27/2019.

• Payment of Financial Aid to eligible families:
130 families served in the Indigenous Peoples of Resplendor group;
192 families served in the Indigenous Peoples of Comboios group;
1047 families served in the Tupiniquim-Guarani Indigenous Peoples group.
• Water distribution to Indigenous Peoples of Resplendor:
Mineral water - 5 liters per person per day;
Drinking water - 1,000 liters per day in 140 points;
Raw water - 1,000 liters per day in 15 points.
• Silage distribution:
2.4 tons per month for 100 families.
• Distribution of mineral salt:
75 kg per month for 100 families.
• Animal feed distribution:
840 kg per month for 108 families.

With respect to the SAA (Water Supply System) project, two attempts were made to drill a well for the Atoran group (IT Krenak), however, none of them had any flow.
Mobilization of equipment and material for the second improvement stage that involves the supply of potable water by means of a water tank truck to 40 more residences.
Initiation of structuring works related to the improvements to access roads in IT Krenak.
Hiring a native-Krenak civil engineer to communicate with the indigenous community and present them with the technical part of the execution of the projects of the works that the Renova Foundation is carrying out in the Krenak Indigenous Territory.
Addition of 135 families to the Tupiniquim and Guarani agreement.
Administrative meetings were held with the Tupiniquim and Guarani natives for regularization with the family service associations.
A meeting was held between the technical boards CT Health, CT Water Safety, CT-IPCT and SESAI for referrals on the structured water supply solutions for the Tupiniquim and Guarani Indigenous Territories.
The independent consulting firm presented the partial ECI report to the indigenous Tupiniquim Guarani people of the Tupiniquim and Guarani, and Comboios indigenous territories. The indigenous Tupiniquim Guarani people validated the partial report. The indigenous people of the Comboios Indigenous Territory requested a deadline to analyze the material.
Initiation of ichthyofauna collection in the Tupiniquim Guarani and Comboios Indigenous Territories.

The additional topographic surveying was completed. It will serve as a basis for the elaboration of the SAA project in the Krenak Indigenous Territory (IT).
A meeting was held between the Renova Foundation, Vale S.A. and indigenous groups of the Atoran group for presenting the results of the 2nd phase of the geophysics studies.
Mobilization of the company that will carry out the works to improve access roads in the Krenak Indigenous Territory.
A meeting was held between the Spring Recovery Program of the Renova Foundation, Indigenous people, CBH-Suacui and CIAAT (Information and Technical Assistance Center) to clarify on the progress made by the Renova Foundation in the Krenak Indigenous Territory.
The actions to improve access roads in the Krenak Indigenous Territory are carried out to comply with the emergency actions agreed in November 2015. The program is also executing structuring actions for the SAA and actions for the recovery of springs.

Adjustments were made to 37 residences in order to deliver water by water tank trucks in the Indigenous Territories of Resplendor to the Atoran, Naknenuke, Uatu, Nakrerre, Takruk Burum and Ererre Krenak groups.
Mobilization of the company contracted to carry out the civil works of the access roads of the Krenak Indigenous Territory. These works were projected and approved by the natives.
First payments of new agreements with Tupiniquim and Guarani and Comboios peoples.

For the SAA (Water Supply System) in IT (Indigenous Territories) located in MG the following services were carried out: probing in the area of ​​the underground water supply (Funai well) and topography services from this source to the existing reservoir (water pipeline).
Probing services were carried out to supplement the executive project for improving the access to Indigenous Territories located in MG.
The partial technical report of the Study of the Indigenous Component of the Tupiniquim and Guarani Peoples of Aracruz (ES) was submitted to FUNAI and the Technical Board CT-IPCT.
Update of the Flooding Contingency Plan for the Indigenous Territory Comboios.
Signing of the Addendum to the Emergency Agreement in IT Comboios.
Signing of the Addendum to the Emergency Agreement for the Tupiniquim and Guarani Indigenous Peoples of the Indigenous Territories of Caieiras Velhas II and Tupiniquim and Guarani.

Meetings were held for the renewal of the emergency agreement for the Tupiniquim and Guarani Indigenous Peoples of the Indigenous Territories Caieiras Velhas II and Tupiniquim and Guarani.
For the SAA (Water Supply System) in ITs (Indigenous Territories) located in Minas Gerais (MG) probing was done in the area of ​​the underground water supply (Funai well) and topographic surveying was done from this source to the existing reservoir (water pipeline).
Probing services were carried out to supplement the executive project for
improving the access to Indigenous Territories located in MG.
Information collection to understand the demand on structuring actions regarding the water supply in the Indigenous Territories of Aracruz.

Negotiation of the emergency agreement for the Tupiniquim and Guarani Indigenous Peoples of the Indigenous Territories (IT) Caieiras Velhas II and Tupiniquim and Guarani.
For the SAA (Water Supply System) in IT (Indigenous Territories) located in MG the following services took place: probing in the area of ​​the underground water supply (Funai well) and topography from this source to the existing reservoir (water pipeline).
Probing services were carried out to supplement the executive project to improve the access to Indigenous Territories located in MG.
Dissemination of the results of the water potability analyses carried out in IT Comboios for the Technical Board CT-IPCT and for the indigenous people.

Negotiation of the emergency agreement for the Tupiniquim and Guarani Indigenous Peoples of the Indigenous Territories (IT) Caieiras Velhas II and Tupiniquim and Guarani.
For the SAA on Indigenous Lands located in MG the following services took place: drilling in the area of ​​the underground water supply (Funai well) and topography from this source to the existing reservoir (water pipeline).
An attempt was made to recover the Barca well, but it was technically impossible, so the decision was made to perform geophysics to define a new drilling point in the same area.
Submitted to the DSEI-GV/ES, results of the 1st phase of the geophysics studies carried out in two groups of Indigenous Land located in MG.
Survey services were carried out to supplement the executive project to improve access roads to Indigenous Land located in MG.
Issuance of water analysis reports for the samples collected on Indigenous Lands Comboios, regarding the potability for human consumption.

Water was collected for analysis in the residential wells and the spring used as a well for supplying water in the Indigenous Territory (IT) Comboios. Water was also collected for analysis near the reservoir of the water treatment station of IT Comboios.
Presentation by the technical team of the Renova Foundation and the Vale dialogue team of an executive project for the 08 critical points of the drainage work in Resplendor (MG).
On August 30, a payment was made to the four indigenous families of the indigenous land of Resplendor (MG), according to CIF resolution 169.

Follow up on the CIF deliberation to conduct a general review of the definition of the program’s scope.

In Aracruz, a Working Group was held to collect documentation from the indigenous peoples, as evidence related to the payment according to the agreements.

The Renova Foundation, at the request of the Technical Board of Indigenous Peoples and Traditional Communities, organized an hearing of this Board, together with the impacted people of Linhares.

A Working Group was held to verify the pending documentation of the Tupiniquim and Guarani families, as provided for in the current emergency agreement. A Working Group was also held with the Indigenous Tribes of Comboios to continue with the structuring actions.

In this period, the executive projects were developed related to the eight critical points to give access to the Krenak indigenous tribe for water tank trucks was started.

The structure to make the tribe’s "Funai" well operational was also finished. After this stage, the Indigenous Special Sanitary District must present to the community all actions required to continue the Water Supply System project. For the Krenak Indians, Renova also acquired 150 bags for collecting pet bottles, which will be delivered shortly.

In addition, the program’s team met with tribal chiefs from the Comboios indigenous tribe to discuss the water quality and renewal of the emergency agreement. Another relevant action was the implementation of a Working Group with the Comboios Indians to ensure the continuation of structuring initiatives.

Action was taken to empower the indigenous people and culture of Tupiniquim de Comboios. The activity is the result of conversations in working groups and social dialogue meetings held in the Comboios and Corrego do Ouro villages in conjunction with the National Indigenous Foundation (Funai) and the Special Secretariat of Indigenous Health (Sesai). The Renova Foundation also made the first payment to the Krenak indigenous associations.

In addition, detailed topographic surveying was carried out in the region where the indigenous peoples live. These activities will contribute to the design phase of executive projects to improve the access of water tank trucks to the Krenak Indigenous Tribe.

The Krenak Indians also visited the company responsible for collecting raw water by water tank trucks. The action is in compliance with the deliberation established in a meeting between Vale, Funai and the Renova Foundation on April 12.

Extra activities were carried out for the topographic survey of the Water Supply System for the Krenak indigenous land.

A technical visit was made to the indigenous associations of the Tupiniquim and Guarani agreement to follow up on the specific demands of each village and to collect evidence of the support to 915 families, as provided for in the compliance term of the Transaction and Conduct Adjustment Term (TTAC).

There was also a meeting between the Renova Foundation and the Funai of Resplendor. Among the subjects on the agenda discussed, was the access to the tribe by professionals of the Renova Foundation, who are carrying out field surveys as part of the drainage project.

The company Emflortec, responsible for the executive drainage projects, and the infrastructure team of the Renova Foundation, carried out fieldwork to survey the situation of the existing reservoir of the Krenak indigenous tribe, which will be used in the Water Supply System.

The Program for the Recovery of the Quality of Life of other Peoples and Traditional Communities was invited to participate in the meeting with the Technical Board of Indigenous and Traditional Peoples and Communities (CTIPCT). At the meeting matters were addressed related to indigenous peoples, Quilombola peoples, placer miners and artisanal fishermen impacted by the dam collapse.

The work plan for the analysis of ichthyofauna - validated by the leaders of the indigenous Tupiniquim and Guarani peoples - was filed with the Brazilian Institute of Environment and Natural Renewable Resources (Ibama) by an independent consultancy agency.

Also, within the Tupiniquim and Guarani territory, the indigenous associations were requested information on documentation of the families that are receiving financial aid.

At the request of the Indigenous Special Sanitary District (DSEI), adjustments are being made to the report on the recovery of the deep tubular well on the indigenous Krenak land.

The National Indian Foundation (FUNAI) presented a favorable opinion on the collection of living organisms on indigenous lands to supplement the ECI Tupiniquim-Guarani. The objective of the collection is to relate the environmental characteristics with the physical-biotic of the indigenous lands.

The work plan for the collection of samples for analysis was finalized by an independent consultant, together with the indigenous communities, and will be sent to the Brazilian Institute of Environment and Natural Renewable Resources (Ibama) for authorization of the procedure.

The final version of the definition of the Program for the Recovery of the Quality of Life of Indigenous Peoples was completed and submitted to the Interfederative Committee (CIF).

The existing well in the Krenak territory was successfully recovered and will be used for ground water withdrawal for the entire indigenous land. The well recovery process is part of the project to revitalize and expand the Water Supply System (SAA), implemented by the Special Secretariat of Indigenous Health (Sesai) at the location. After completion of this project, the SAA will have enough capacity installed to serve all the villages. In the studies conducted by Sesai, the company that was contracted to recover the well should work with a consumption demand based on population dynamics for the next 20 years.

In November, two meetings of the working groups were held, which dealt with updating the number of indigenous families in the Tupiniquim and Caieiras Velhas II indigenous territories, as outlined in the Term of Compliance of the Transaction and Conduct Adjustment Term (TTAC).

In October, the Indigenous Association and the Renova Foundation signed the addendum to the TTAC Term of Compliance for the inclusion of 36 Comboios families for the receipt of emergency financial aid. After signing, the payment of the aid began with retroactive adjustment to August 7, the day that the working groups defined the inclusion of these families in the program and made it official.

The Working Group of Comboios, with agenda on structuring actions, defined entrepreneurship, income generation, culture and community empowerment as the priority actions.

Also carried out was a survey of the number of dependents of the indigenous families Tupiniquim and Guarani, for signing an addendum to the TTAC Term of Compliance and the payment of the emergency financial aid to the families and their respective dependents.

A further addendum to the TTAC Term of Compliance was also signed for the inclusion of dependents of the Tupiniquim and Caieiras Velhas II tribes to receive the financial aid. The consolidated draft defining the Recovery of Quality of Life of Indigenous Peoples Program and the Preliminary Impact Characterization Report of the Study of the Indigenous Component for indigenous tribes of Comboios, Tupiniquim and Caieiras Velhas II were issued and will be sent to the Technical Board.

The article of the Transaction and Conduct Adjustment Term (TTAC) referring to the Tupiniquim and Guarani peoples was renewed, regulating the amount that is made available per family: a minimum wage, 20% for dependents and the value of a basic food basket as per Inter-Union Department of Statistics and Socio-Economic Studies (Diese). An addendum was also made to the TTAC Compliance Term for the Comboios Indigenous peoples, regularizing the number of families and dependents contemplated. Another update was the adjustment to the amounts paid to the indigenous families of Caieiras Velhas II and Tupiniquim.

In relation to the activities of the working groups, work is ongoing with the Tupiniquim and Guarani peoples, to build an immediate action plan, dedicated to sustainability and mitigation of the impacts generated by the collapse of the Fundao dam. Another initiative undertaken with these peoples is water monitoring, one of the constant concerns of this program’s team.

Whereas the actions dedicated to the Krenak peoples, in addition to the follow-up of the emergency actions carried out by Vale SA (foreseen in the TTAC), continued with maintenance of the drinking water supply, mineral and raw water, in the indigenous lands of these peoples, as well as improved access roads on their lands due to the transit of water tank trucks.

A new routine was established for update meetings with the National Indian Foundation (FUNAI) in order to deepen the relationship with the institution and strengthen processes and communication between the parties. The definition of a systematic and permanent relation with government agencies tends to streamline and facilitate the accomplishment of the actions according the advances made in the institutional dialogue and the understanding on the most relevant issues.

A new emergency payment agreement was signed for the indigenous people of the Tupiniquim and Guarani tribes, seeking a better service according the Transaction and Conduct Adjustment Term (TTAC). The new agreement provides for the payment of a minimum wage, plus 20% per dependent, in addition to the amount corresponding to a basic food basket for 915 Tupiniquim and Guarani families. It was defined that a mechanism will be created to update the number of families within the working group methodology.

Also created was an agenda together with the Special Department of Indigenous Health (SESAI) to draft the executive project for the revitalization of the water supply system of the Krenak tribe.

Tupiniquim and Guarani
In July, the Federal Prosecution Service (MPF) of Linhares, in Espirito Santo, actively participated in proposing agendas to discuss further the emergency aid agreement for the Tupiniquim and Guarani Indians (Tupiniquim and Caieiras Velha II). Therefore, there were meetings between the team of the Protection and Recovery of Indigenous Peoples Program, the MPF of Linhares and the communities of the Indigenous Lands Comboios, Caieiras Velha II and Tupiniquim. The MPF of Linhares and the Public Defender of the Union proposed a new parameter for the emergency aid while the study of impacts is carried out, more adjusted to the reality of income earned by indigenous families. The Renova Foundation submitted a proposal for the readjustment of amounts through an official letter to Funai. The calculation was based on technical data and economic and social indicators of public knowledge that demonstrated the economic and social fairness of its proposal.

The Study of the Indigenous Component for the Tupiniquim and Guarani peoples continued. Polifônicas Consultancy presented a preliminary report on the impacts regarding the territorial and social dimensions of the areas.

Krenak
Continuity of the actions supporting the Emergency Agreement in place with the Krenak people, in which the Renova Foundation, through contracted companies, supplies the villages with clean and potable water, and provides maintenance to the access roads due to water tank trucks.

The Renova Foundation has supported Vale in the actions of the agreement with the Krenak people. Both companies have been in close contact with the Special Secretariat of Indigenous Health (Sesai) to seek alternative supply solutions. This way, a study of topography, hydrology and engineering is ongoing to verify the solution hypotheses that should be presented to the Indians and FUNAI for discussion. Sesai will visit the indigenous community in August to discuss the technically details of the issue.

A second round of residual chlorine monitoring was carried out on water tank trucks serving indigenous lands. Participating in this action were the technicians of Sesai, Indigenous Agent of Sanitation, Vale, Renova and Funai. Laboratory Tommasi was technically responsible for the analysis and the report did present any abnormal chlorine levels.

Water Damage: In June, meetings were held to present and align the PIM Water Damage actions. The CEO of SAAE of Galileia (MG) and the judges from the counties of Resplendor (MG) and Conselheiro Pena (MG) received the Foundation’s team for meetings for the presentation of the program. There were also meetings with members of the local OAB units of the two towns. Also in Resplendor (MG), the team of the program participated in an interview on a local radio. In the town of Periquito (MG), employees of the Renova Foundation met with the mayor, councilors and members of the Movement of Parties Affected by Dams (MAB). Renova also participated in a Public Hearing in the locality.

In Governador Valadares (MG), meetings were held with the coordination of the Family Health Support Center (NASF) and the Municipal Health Care Department for the development of procedures for residential evidence of those impacted through Social Assistance. There was also a meeting with the public defender Rodrigo Silva to align the actions of the PIM in the municipality. A meeting was held between representatives of the program and Copasa, from Ipatinga (MG), to collect evidence of water damage in the town of Naque.

During the period, a new revision of the documentation matrix, necessary for admission to the Mediated Indemnity Program (PIM), was developed and released, and is fundamental for proving the damage.

General Damage: The period was marked by the handling of the anticipation of the indemnity for fishermen, especially in Espirito Santo. Indemnity was paid in Regencia, Povoação, Baixo Guandu and Colatina. To discuss some of the payments the Renova Foundation held meetings with leaders of the Fishermen's Association of Regencia, in which indemnity amounts were established.
The Indemnification and Compensation team met with colleagues of the Financial Aid Program in the localities of Regency and Povoação, where they provided assistance. New emergency financial aid cards were given to fishermen who met the eligibility criteria. In Regencia, the Watercraft Recognition Term was signed, which makes it possible to anticipate the indemnity for watercraft owners. In addition, fishing boats were marked together with members of the local fishing community.

The program also presented the final indemnity proposal for those impacted in the tourism sector of the Doce River mouth region.

According to the Working Plan of the Environmental Impact Study on the Tupiniquim, Caieiras Velha II and Comboios Indigenous Lands, the Caciques Commission, which represents all lands, defined, together with Polifonicas, the selection of 10 indigenous technicians and their responsibilities regarding the implementation of the study. The routine of dialogues and water monitoring activities involving the participation of indigenous peoples are ongoing.

In April 2017, Polifônicas Consultancy began its presentation of the Work Plan for the Environmental Impact Study on the Indigenous Lands Comboios, Tupiniquim and Guarani and Caieiras Velha II, all in Aracruz (ES). A fourth meeting was held with the Caciques Tupiniquim-Guarani Commission. These meetings aim to promote the participation of indigenous peoples in the revision and validation process of the Work Plan. Representatives of the indigenous bodies of the National Indian Foundation (Funai) and the Special Secretariat of Indigenous Health (Sesai) were also present. Following the approval of the schedule of the activities in the territories mentioned above, the consultancy began its field work in the following areas: health, anthropology, ichthyofauna, fauna and flora and water resources.

For the Krenak Territory, the package of emergency actions determined by TTAC is maintained. However, progress has been made in the feasibility study for the revitalization of the Water Supply System, which is being carried out together with Sesai and the Indigenous Special Sanitary District (DSEI) of Minas Gerais and Espirito Santo. This study considers the water quality analysis of the existing wells, the verification of the storage structure and the distribution network. After consolidating the primary data, the dialogue with the indigenous beneficiaries - initiated by Sesai and Funai - will be continued for discussion, revision and validation of the alternatives found.
Furthermore, in reference to the emergency actions, the term of compliance of the TTAC with the Indigenous Association of Comboios was renewed. This agreement aims to guarantee support to 156 families from the villages of Comboios and Córrego do Ouro until a permanent action plan is defined by the Indigenous Component Study, which is in progress.
In the territories of Tupiniquim and Guarani, the routine of dialogues and water monitoring activities continue, with the participation of the indigenous peoples.

In March 2017, the Work Plan of the Environmental Impact Study was handed to the indigenous leaders for review and comments. In Krenak, the emergency rehabilitation of access roads in the territory was carried out and two plans were structured: logistics, which aims to optimize the supply of drinking water; and the works, which aims to implement improvements and equipment for the safety of the community on the access roads. In Comboios, the water monitoring included the engagement of indigenous people. Furthermore, the routine of dialogues continues in the territories of Tupiniquim and Guarani.

The National Indian Foundation (Funai) has scheduled dates with the indigenous leaders of Tupiniquim and Guarani to present the Environmental Impact Study for the Indigenous Component.

In February, the work plan for the Study of the Indigenous Component was approved by the National Indian Foundation (Funai) and the Special Department of Indigenous Health (Sesai). SESAI conducted a technical visit for a survey of the epidemiological profile and the water supply system of the Krenak, Comboios and Caieiras Velha indigenous peoples. The emergency aid actions are ongoing, besides the work to ensure the water supply in the villages and the monitoring of water resources.

Agreements were made with the National Indian Foundation (Funai) and the Special Department of Indigenous Health (Sesai) on actions to increment the health component in the work plan of Polifônicas Consultancy. A visit of the Sesai’s technical staff has been scheduled for a survey of the epidemiological profile and the water supply system of the Krenak, Comboios and Caieiras Velha indigenous peoples. The maintenance of the emergency aid actions is ongoing, besides the work to ensure the water supply in the villages and the monitoring of water resources, as well as meetings with indigenous leaders regarding accountability and ongoing dialogue.

The Renova Foundation received feedback from the National Indian Foundation (Funai) on the work plan of the Indigenous Characteristics Study and maintains a routine of dialogue on the main guidelines presented by the indigenous peoples in Aracruz (ES). The maintenance of emergency actions for the indigenous tribes of Krenak, Comboios and Caieiras Velhas continues in progress. Also in progress are the actions to ensure the water supply and monitoring of water resources, as well as meetings with indigenous leaders regarding accountability and ongoing dialogue.

In progress is the maintenance of emergency actions for the indigenous tribes Krenak, Comboios and Caieiras Velhas. Also in progress are the actions to ensure the water supply and monitoring of water resources, as well as meetings with indigenous leaders regarding accountability and ongoing dialogue.

The Work Plan for the study of the indigenous components in the Krenak, Comboios and Caieiras Velha 2 indigenous lands was completed and delivered to the National Indian Foundation (Funai). Still in progress is the maintenance work of emergency assistance actions, as well as actions to ensure the water supply for the Krenak peoples and the monitoring of water resources in the indigenous lands Caieiras Velhas.

Representatives of Funai, Sesai and the Renova Foundation participated in a meeting for defining the roles and responsibilities of each institution involved in the measures as included in the Transaction and Conduct Adjustment Term (TTAC). During the same month of September 2016, the results of the river and costal water analyses were presented to Funai and Sesai.


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