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Updated in EWS May 14, 2021
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This project aims to contribute to the inclusive and sustainable socioeconomic recovery, development and diversification of the population in the area of influence of a large mining operation in Minas Gerais to recover from the COVID19 recession and reduce the economic dependence on the mining sector. Specifically, its goal is to increase economic benefits of smallholder farmers and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in selected value chains and youth of four municipalities comprising the areas of mining influence: Conceicao do Mato Dentro (CMD), Serro, Dom Joaquim, Alvorada de Minas, and Congonhas do Norte.
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