CEMINA (Com., Edu. and Info. and Adaptation)

CEMINA ( Communication, Education, Information and Adaptation) is a not- for- profit organization founded in 1990 to empower women and communities through the use of the radio. Over the years CEMINA has created 400 women's radio programs and has been awarded with various prizes. The radio model, created by CEMINA, is considered a social technology and has been disseminated not only in Brazil but in other countries as well. Since 2007, CEMINA has shifted its focus from radio to the capacity building for social start ups and education for adaptation to climate change. One of its main projects is Adapta Sertao ( www.adaptasertao.net) which aim is to develop a social technology that benefi...

celebrating mata atlantica

celebrating mata atlantica
Photo from Progress Report 'Painting the Mata Atlantica' (view small | med | large | orig)

Planting trees , a source of life

Planting trees , a source of life
Photo from Progress Report 'Celebrating Mata Atlantica Day' (view small | med | large | orig)

Ryan, a sinal volunteer planting a tree

Ryan, a sinal volunteer planting a tree
Photo from Progress Report 'Celebrating Mata Atlantica Day' (view small | med | large | orig)

University student planting a tree

University student planting a tree
Photo from Progress Report 'Celebrating Mata Atlantica Day' (view small | med | large | orig)

Paola with her group.

Paola with her group.
Photo from Progress Report 'Next Generation of Change Agents at Julio Otoni - Our Children are now teaching the younger ones' (view small | med | large | orig)
 
   

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