For the Lina Galvani Institute (LGI), the Annual Report is an opportunity to consolidate and remember last year’s most remarkable achievements, share our learnings and challenges and celebrate the fruit we reaped.
Every year, we seek to improve this publication, in order to be an increasingly transparent organization. May the contribution and the engagement of all the people directly and indirectly involved in our activities continue to grow. After all, we believe that, in order to change things, we must stick together, always!
Beginning of a Social Network project that promotes periodical meetings for storytelling.
Student Cássia Quele Pereira da Costa participates in Guerreiro Sem Armas and returns to the village full of new and good ideas.
Students from Luís Eduardo Magalhães and neighboring areas will again have the chance to take a close look at the beauties of the cerrado.
Angico Social Network’s socioproductive groups attend our first technical training sessions.
We began outlining a document aimed at promoting local development in a more sustainable and organized fashion.
Because of its corporate origin and aligned concepts and practices, the LGI joins forces with one of the continent’s benchmarks in Private Social Investment and Base Development.
The park’s supporting network grew stronger with the arrival of the company as the new partner of our Amigos do Cerrado campaign.
A survey conducted by the LGI produced a diagnosis of local families’ profile, their participation in the community council and their impressions of the neighborhood.
In order to celebrate the anniversary, an event was held in the community, with the exhibition of Income Generation groups.
Members of the AMBAP took part in a project to help them develop their management process in a collaborative and efficient manner.
Members of the Horta Esperança group, by Angico’s Social Network, learned new ways and techniques to improve family farming.
The project created a method to measure the impact of our operations on the local communities and ran pilot tests in Angico.