Committed to fully making the reparation of the damage resulting from the collapse of Dam B1, both in Brumadinho and in the affected municipalities along the Paraopeba river basin, we invest in training projects and support for entrepreneurship.
These projects aim to strengthen existing production chains in the municipalities, such as tourism and agriculture, to reduce the region's economic dependence on mining activities. In this way, we contribute to increasing the population's family income and to local economic development.
In addition to this direct support, we also carry out projects indicated on the Socioeconomic Reparation front of the Full Reparation Agreement, signed with the government of Minas, the Federal Prosecution Office, the Public Prosecution Office and the Public Defender's Office of MG.
Promotion of Sustainable Tourism in Brumadinho
Strengthening the Competitiveness of the Private Tourism Sector – Veredas Tourist Circuit
We support tourism in five municipalities of the Veredas do Paraopeba Tourist Circuit: Brumadinho, Igarapé, Juatuba, Mário Campos and São Joaquim de Bicas.
Through simple investments, customized advice and concrete deliveries, such as, for example, the supply of promotional material and image bank, we support several local enterprises that make up the tourist route.
Photographer: Alexandre Rezende
Resignification of the Córrego do Feijão
We have the big challenge of providing the resignification of the regions affected by the collapse of the Córrego do Feijão dam, on January 25, 2019, with extreme socio-environmental impacts in Brumadinho.
The project was presented to the community at an open event in Central Square in December 2019 and all its updates and advancements continue to be debated.
Learn about other economic development projects carried out since 2019 on the fronts of support for rural producers, professional training and strengthening of social organizations, producers and local entrepreneurs:
Cultivar Mário Campos Project
Curral Tronco Balança – Pompeu Project
Itabirito Development Project