By 2025, at least 7 partner organizations or communities have strengthened organizational and structural capacities, particularly in the protection of the socioenvironmental rights of indigenous peoples, traditional communities, and quilombos.
By 2025, at least 2 indigenous and traditional community partners have a holistic set of tools to strengthen, protect and promote their cultural identities.
At least 2 indigenous women and traditional community partners have a holistic set of tools to strengthen, protect and promote their cultural identities.
By 2025, at least 2 ACT-Brasil partner organizations have their voices heard in the national and international media.
At least 3 partner communities have greater access to natural resources and rights that enhance collective well-being.
at least 3 partner communities are closer to achieving food sovereignty.
a network of indigenous communities and organizations, NGOs, local and government entities, which promotes the direct and/or indirect protection of a 12-million-hectare buffer zone adjacent to territories with the presence of Indigenous Peoples Living in Voluntary Isolation and Recent Contact, is established.
4 indigenous and traditional community territories have improved protection from external threats that lead to conserved ecosystems.