Ações sustentáveis desenvolvidas pela rede sociotécnica da Cooperativa Mista Flona Tapajós: uma contribuição para o desenvolvimento local
Nobre, Deusa Nara Viana
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The Flona Tapajós region is part of the National Conservation Unit System (SNUC) of the Amazon biome and is located in western Pará. It is a region of high ecological and social importance, but is threatened by predatory human exploitation of natural resources and the lack local development public policies that favor development actions inspired by ecologically based productive models. However, in recent years, a set of sustainable actions has been developed by a multi-actor network, whose key agent is the Flona Tapajós Mixed Cooperative, called Coomflona. These actions sought to generate a favorable environment for local development through the natural preservation and improvement of the quality of life of Flona Tapajós traditional families. Thus, the objectives of the work were: to identify and analyze the social impact of actions developed by the Cooperative Flona Tapajós Mixed (COOMFLONA), as a way to subsidize, qualify, enhance the social experience and boost the local development of the traditional communities of Flona Tapajós. and build an inventory of the actions taken. The research was conducted through a review of the bibliography accessed through the Internet and a set of interviews with producers from the communities of São Domingos, Maguari and Jamaraçá and representative of the cooperative. It was concluded that the actions of the socio-technical network contributed to the strengthening of local governance, as they sought to meet the demands of family farming communities and generated an environment conducive to improving the quality of life of traditional Flona Tapajós families. Thus, the social organization and the dynamism engendered by the cooperative socio-technical network provided the communities of the Tapajós National Forest with a set of alternatives, providing positive socioeconomic impacts on the generation of income, construction and maintenance of roads to flow the production and marketing of timber and non-timber forest products.
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