PAYMENT OF 2020 LOSS OF PROFIT REACHES R$ 95.6 MILLION FOR ABOUT 4.2 THOUSAND PEOPLE
The Renova Foundation has paid approximately 4,200 people eligible for loss of profit for the year 2020, corresponding to the total amount of R$ 95.6 million in the states of Minas Gerais and Espirito Santo.
INDEMNIFICATIONS THROUGH THE SIMPLIFIED INDEMNITY SYSTEM REACH R$ 400 MILLION IN MINES GERAIS
In March of this year, the Simplified Indemnity System was made available to 11,800 people, reaching more than R$ 1.07 billion in the Doce River Basin. Of this amount, approximately R$ 400 million was allocated to payments to residents of Minas Gerais.
ONE THOUSAND YOUNG RESIDENTS HAVE SIGNED UP FOR THE LEADERSHIP TRAINING COURSE IN THE DOCE RIVER BASIN
About one thousand young residents from the Doce River Basin have signed up for the online course of the Young Leadership Training project. The distance learning platform (EAD) was launched in March 2021 by the Renova Foundation, and classes are held digitally due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
EXPEDITION CONDUCTS UNPRECEDENTED MAPPING OF THE DOCE RIVER AND RECEIVES VIRTUAL NAVIGATION PLATFORM
The Doce River Basin was the scene of an expedition to capture and record, by means of images, the current conditions of the watercourses in the region affected by the collapse of the Fundao dam in Mariana (MG). Named Doce River Expedition, the action is a photographic mapping incorporated into Google Street View. All content is also available on the virtual platform, which provides information on the actions carried out by the Renova Foundation's socio-environmental programs.
DOCE RIVER DEVELOPMENT FUND CONTRIBUTES TO MAINTAIN OVER 5 THOUSAND JOBS, GOOD FOR R$ 30 MILLION, IN TOWNS AND CITIES IN MINAS GERAIS
Five municipalities in the State of Minas Gerais received approximately R$ 35 million in disbursements from the Doce River Development Fund to save and maintain 5,307 jobs. The line of credit, created by the Renova Foundation and managed by the Minas Gerais Development Bank (BDMG), has reached 810 companies from Governador Valadares, Ipatinga, Caratinga, Mariana, and Timoteo.