2021

Annual Report

Partnership for the Conservation of Amazon Biodiversity

Challenge and resilience sum up our experience in 2021 – a year in which we lost many lives to COVID-19.

Challenge and resilience sum up our experience in 2021 – a year in which we lost many lives to COVID-19. This tragedy affected different populations in different ways, bringing our health, social, and environmental challenges to the forefront. Although the focus of our work is to conserve biodiversity in the Brazilian Amazon, like most other development and humanitarian organizations, we quickly shifted our efforts to help fight the pandemic.

Ted Gehr - USAID/Brazil Director

OUR NUMBERS

GOAL:

0

MILLION

HECTARES

of protected areas strengthened
0

MILLION

emissions avoided tons of CO2e

DURATION:

0
-
0
0
protected areas
0

PEOPLE

receiving socioeconomic benefits (49% women)
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
PROVIDED TO MORE THAN
0
indigenous people
IMPACT IN THE FIELD

SINÉIA WAPICHANA

Indigenous leader has taken the voice of indigenous peoples across the planet through international conferences

FABIANA PINHEIRO 

The chef has been serving a special dish with pirarucu in support of the Gosto da Amazônia project, which allows sustainable income for riverside families

JOICE THAIS

Daughter of small farmers, the engineering student works to bring technology to the countryside

Our Partners
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