|Title:||Brazil - Sustainable Development Project for Agrarian Reform Settlements in the Semi-Arid North-East - November 2007|
In the semi-arid northeast of Brazil, the IFAD-supported Dom Helder Camara project works with local governments, farmers’ organizations, civil society associations and state companies to improve poor people’s living conditions. Together they have brought safe water to communities, opened new markets for their farm products, trained young people and adults, and helped women obtain identity documents.
The Dom Helder Camara project is the local name for IFAD’s Sustainable Development Project for Agrarian Reform Settlements in the Semi-Arid North-East of Brazil. Dom Helder Camara was a Roman Catholic Archbishop of Olinda and Recife, who had a deep commitment to the poor.
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