Get to know the Ipoema’s embroiderers, benefited by a creative economy social

Hands that embroider plants, flowers and animals that are endemic to Ipoema, a region surrounded by a national park and around 90 kilometers from Belo Horizonte, the capital of Minas Gerais State on the Southeast of Brazil. Hands that embroider their identity, culture and tradition. 13 women are part of the Ipoema’s Embroiderers Project, rescuing…

Dona do Meu Fluxo | Guidelines for Voluntourism Applications

Dona do Meu Fluxo | Guidelines for Voluntourism Applications Raízes Sustainable Development together with Korui Life Cicles releases a call for the first edition of the Voluntourism Program for the DONA DO MEU FLUXO Project – Amazon Edition 2019.   The applications will be open from February 25th to March 31st  2019 (until 23:59 GMT-3).…

Amazon women receive menstrual cups and workshop on women empowerment

Dona do Meu Fluxo means owner of my own flow and it is a project created and executed by Raízes in partnership with Korui. The project has a new date and place to happen and this time it will benefit the women of the Amazon, specifically from the islands of Cotijuba and Cameta, state of…

Quilombolas may benefit from Community-based Tourism

Have you heard of Tourism Characteristic Products? It is the activities and products that generate income for a particular region or locality, serving mainly tourists, but residents as well. These products include itens such as cultural events, gastronomy and the sale of handicrafts. This is one of the benefits that can be brought about through…

Does Brazil have potential for Responsible Tourism?

It was in 1999 that the destination of Prainha do Canto Verde, in Beberibe (Ceará), was considered for the TO DO! award. An international award for Responsible Tourism. And yes! It shows us the potential of Brazil in Responsible Tourism, especially when taking as a reference such a model of destination. “It’s an example of…