The first component is the Bolsa Floresta Income(BFI), an investment of R$ 140 thousand per year per protected area. It is intended to support sustainable production: fish, vegetable oil, fruits, honey, brazilian nuts and others. The goal is to promote productive arrangements and certification of products that enhance the value received by the producer. All the activities that do not produce deforestation, are legalized and value the standing forest, are eligible.
FAS team delivered transport equipment and distribution networks of water to communities in PA
Secretariat of State for Labour joins Coca-Cola and Consulate Women's Institute to leverage craftwrok in the reserve
Through participatory decision, riverside population choose where investments will be invested in 2013
In event held at Nilton Lins University, General Coordinator of the Bolsa Floresta presents highlight activities among 5 years of FAS work
In this mission, investment in communities in the reserve has a total of more than R$ 400 a thousand
For three weeks, the portuguese student of Business Administration, Duarte Melo Ribeiro, applied a business plan workshop