Social Projects

Ecam Social Projects works in the direct implementation of programs and activities with local communities and groups, testing and executing actions that enable practical and sustainable development solutions.

More than 15 years of experience in social projects.

Since 2002, Ecam has been working in projects that value traditional peoples and environmental conservation. With its multidisciplinary team, it acquired, over the years, extensive experience in social work that collaborates for the development of a more just and sustainable society.

We know that our country is one of the biggest beneficiaries of world cultural and natural wealth and also a country that can become a reference in sustainable development. For this reason, we believe that conserving the environment goes beyond combating fires, illegal logging or even predatory hunting and fishing – solutions in social development combined with environmental balance are necessary to change the current reality.

Ecam Social Projects works with policies and actions, aligned with new technologies, promoting the traditional peoples’ autonomy and the conservation of the environment. For more than 15 years working side by side with these populations, Ecam implements projects that encourage autonomous territorial management and productive and sustainable management of natural resources – a way to preserve the environment and still enable communities to have a promising and sustainable future.

Themes that drive the work of Ecam Social Projects:

  • Technology
  • Territorial and environmental management
  • Economics
  • Governance
  • Climate changes
  • Biodiversity

Over these years, Ecam Social Projects has acquired extensive experience in the use of digital instruments, such as ODK, Google Earth, mapping, geoprocessing, data collection, and analysis, providing forest communities with fair opportunities for development and protection of their environment. And for these and other actions to be provided, we count on the support of several partners who believe in the potential for sustainable development in the Amazon.