Metareilá Association of the Paiter Suruí Indigenous People

It acts in the defense and preservation of cultural and territorial heritage, seeking to promote the guarantee of biodiversity and the formation of indigenous peoples and leaders in order to build and strengthen their autonomy.

Brief history

The Metareilá Association of the Suruí Indigenous People, founded on 02/14/1989, works in the defense and preservation of cultural and territorial heritage, seeking to promote the guarantee of biodiversity and the formation of indigenous peoples and leaders in order to build and strengthen their autonomy . The various activities developed by Metareilá, seek to involve the entire indigenous community, thus ensuring respect for the social organization, its customs, languages, beliefs, traditions and all other forms of cultural manifestations.

Main activities

The Metareilá Association focuses on sustainable development. The work we do aims to strengthen the autonomy of the Paiter Surui people. In search of a better quality of life, we guarantee the rights of indigenous peoples, respect for the environment, professionalism, justice, and knowledge of the forest.

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Defend the rights of indigenous peoples

Guarantee the participation of indigenous representatives in public policy debates. Training young leaders.

  Food health and safety

Valuation of traditional and non-indigenous medicines, ensuring health quality of life and valuing traditional Paiter food.

Strengthen the Economy of the Paiter Surui People  

Supports the general activities of indigenous workers, seeking partnerships and training for better performance and productivity

Training of young people, Education and Culture.

Encourage and support the inclusion of young people in universities, improving the general education of the Paiter People with the interaction of traditional teachings. create an indigenous university.

Environmental Sustainability

Protect the Sete de Setembro Territory, inspecting, reforesting degraded areas and making the best use of the territory for the quality of biodiversity in general.

Rua: Geraldo Cardoso Campos, 4343 - Josino Brito, Cacoal - RO, 76961-496, Brazil

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