The Fronteiras Institute manages transborder cooperation networks, creating collective and innovative solutions to socio-environmental problems in the Juruá Valley
We promote relevant local changes, reversing behaviors that are destructive to nature, regenerating ecosystems and their communities, and strengthening transformative trajectories, aimed at a sustainable future.
We call ourselves Fronteiras because we concentrate our efforts on the frontiers that are formed here and now, in the unique context in which we find ourselves.
We support various institutional strengthening processes from the Yorenka Tasorentsi Institute, under the leadership of Benki Piyãko, and with the support of Jovens Guerreiros Guardiões da Floresta (the Young Warrior Guardians of the Forest), in the Alto Juruá Basin.
The partnership between Fronteiras and the Puyanawa people began with the process that originated the 1st Indigenous Conference on Ayahuasca “in 2017” and has since materialized into various improvement projects for infrastructure in their communities and for the institutional strengthening of their representative authorities.
In the Katukina-Kaxinawá Indigenous Land, we focus our efforts on strengthening the work of women’s leadership on diverse fronts: cultural recovery, institutional and political strengthening, and communication.
Guided by the ideal of a collective construction of Juruá Valley’s historicity, we co-created transformative learning trajectories and remembering, desiring the construction of new futures for the Extractive Reserve populations.
Guided by the meetings of the river, the Juruá Network seeks to generate solutions to complex socio-environmental problems that affect artisanal fishing communities, coordinating traditional knowledge and contemporary technologies toward nature-based regenerative economies.
Legal support and institutional strengthening for the Katukina people, with focus on the Varinawa and Samaúma village associations.
Follow the evolution of the projects with their records and history of activities.
Documents and dashboards of community project results.
Books, booklets, articles and podcasts that symbolize the eternalization of learning.