Instituto Socioambiental (Socio-Environmental Institute)

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  • First Grant
  • Total Number of Grants
    15
  • Cumulative Grant Amounts
    $22,164,398
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Founded in 1994, Instituto Socioambiental (Socio-Environmental Institute) is a Brazilian nonprofit organization that defends property and social rights relating to the environment, cultural heritage and rights of the indigenous peoples of Brazil. The institute is based in Sao Paolo with seven regional offices located around the country.

Programs and projects involve the monitoring of protected areas, promotion of public policies and environmental law to ensure the rights of indigenous and traditional people, and the production, analysis and dissemination of information on indigenous peoples in Brazil. In addition, the institute has programs dedicated to the sustainable development of the Black River Basin in the Northwest Amazon, environmental planning of the Xingu River Basin, and implementation of sustainable development projects, income generation, conservation and improvement of the quality of life of traditional communities in the Ribeira Valley.

 

recent grants

Environmental Conservation Consolidation and Protection of the Xingu Mosaic
 

Organization

Instituto Socioambiental (Socio-Environmental Institute)


  • date awarded

    Apr 2020

  • amount

    $1,500,000

  • term

    24 months

 
Environmental Conservation Protecting the Amazon from Infrastructure Drivers through Consultation Protocols: The Grain Railway
 

Organization

Instituto Socioambiental (Socio-Environmental Institute)


  • date awarded

    Oct 2018

  • amount

    $2,059,200

  • term

    24 months

 

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