|Title:||Brazil - Rural Sustainable Development Project in the Semi-arid Region of Bahia (Pro-Semiárido) April 2016|
Maria do Carmo Vieira Araujo, 50, Ednalva Maria de Jesus, 31, and Dilma Jesus Panteleon, 40, peel cassava roots together at the cooperative, at Aldeia Marcação Kiriri, near Ribeira do Pombal, in the state of Bahia, Brazil, on Tuesday, April 12, 2016. The program enables women to work, socialize and sell good to support and sustain the tribe.
The IFAD-funded Rural Sustainable Development Project in the Semi-arid Region of Bahia (Pro-Semiárido) has been working together with the Kiriri people to allow them to use their traditional knowledge and traditions as a foundation upon which to build their livelihoods.
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