PJER closes another training in Ceará

This Friday, 11, a Local Economic Development Agency (Adel) Concludes the formation of another class of Rural Young Entrepreneur Program (PJER). The closing ceremony and the delivery of certificates to the young graduates of the entrepreneurship and Social Protagonism course takes place at the state School of professional education Alan Pinho Tabosa, on Pentecost/EC, From 8h. The event has the participation of young people's relatives, Adel's Partners and team.

This is already the sixteenth class of the PJER held in Ceará. Near 26 Students conclude the formative stage and may access the other components of the program, Consisting of the alliance between four (4) Axes: access to knowledge, oriented credit, strengthening organizational support and access to information and communication technologies.

During this week they recapitulated the learned knowledge and presented today, 10, Their business projects to an evaluative bankroll. The bank was composed by Aurigele Alves, Program Director of Adel, Raquel Ferreira, Project Coordinator of Adel, Ali Baba, Project specialist at Adel and Clécia Moraes, Young beneficiary of the PJER. The goal of banking is to help young people in structuring their ideas, Generating questionings and suggestions for improvements.

Banking Evaluadora

The class was very engaged during the formative process, Promoting synergy in different areas of activity. During the training the product show and the exchanges of ideas among young people were essential for mutual growth. Business projects are diverse, With proposals for both the agricultural area, and the supply of products and services of different segments. We highlight the production of vegetables in an agroecological way, creation of free-range chickens, Crafts, Environmental Consultancy, Clothing Sale, Confectionery, Decoration and Events.

Aurineide Barbosa thinks of developing a store in the Plus Size segment

For Aurineide Barbosa, The PJER emerged as an opportunity. She always had the desire to undertake and think about developing a store in the segment Plus Size In the municipality of Apuiarés/CE. "I lacked knowledge about business, Sales, Planning and Management. Here it was possible to learn about all this, I'm happy and grateful for the opportunity, As well as completing this step of the program ", Highlights Aurineide.

About PJER

The Rural Young Entrepreneur Program (PJER) Celebrates this year its 10 Years of operations in Ceará. It has more than 3 Thousand beneficiaries and R $ 650 Thousand invested in youth ventures. This year, The activities of the PJER go beyond the boundaries of the Cearense Sertão.

After acting in nine municipalities of Ceará and start their expansion process to the Amazonas, In partnership with the NGO Casa do Rio, The PJER will be replicated in two (2) schools, One in the municipality of Parazinho and another in São Miguel do Gostoso, Partnership and social investment of Brookfield Energias Renewables. The program forms and supports rural young people so that they become entrepreneurs and protagonists in the communities where they live.

Adel and Quadran Brazil Open inscriptions for training project and support for young people in Trairi

The Local Economic Development Agency (Adel) In partnership with Quadran Brasil, Makes public the inscriptions for the training project and support for young entrepreneurs and rural protagonists. The project integrates the corporate relationship and sustainability strategy of Quadran Brasil in the vicinity of the Solar Serrote wind Complex, In the municipality of Trairi, On the coast of Ceará. It is executed by the new business area of Adel.

Project registrations are open until the day 11 October and may participate in the selection of young people aged 18 e 32 years, Who have completed or are in the last year of high school, Have the desire to undertake and remain in the municipality and reside in one of the communities served: Canaan; New world; Stream of Theftados; Caraúbas; Handsaw; Anteater; Gurguri; Mucunã; Ramada Stream; Hard Floor; Colchester; Goiti; Bored Dick; Workshop; Atola or Esperinha.

Thirty (30) Young people will be selected to participate in the project. The idea is to promote the development of technical and management capacities with these young, So that they are able to understand their contexts and environments of actuation, Identify opportunities and potentialities to create and initiate business and/or socio-environmental impact projects in their communities.

The selected participants will participate in the course of entrepreneurship and rural business management. The course presents the first steps to undertake, With particular attention to marketing, Good management of your small business, Access to credit and investment for the development of its ventures and incentive to the formation of local productive arrangements, That can culminate in local business and social movements by young people, such as networks, Cooperatives, Associations or new ventures.

Registration and course are free and the training will be held in the municipality of Trari/CE. The start of activities is planned for the day 4 from November. Registrations will be in-person, The team responsible for the operationalization of the project will perform visits to the communities served and making available in schools and with community leaderships printed.

The course brings together information and tools that will assist young people in developing their business projects, Whether for economic or social purposes. The Business project is essential for the young person to have access to credit, Through the Veredas fund, Own and private credit initiative created and managed by Adel itself through donations and investments of its partners. The Veredas Fund, Account today with more than R $ 600 Thousand reais in volume of operations and offers loans exclusively to young rural entrepreneurs.

About the project

The project is an action of Adel's new business area and represents the reapplication of the expertise that the organization has developed over the last ten years in its young Rural entrepreneur program (PJER), That has directly benefited about 3 Thousand young people of 10 Municipalities Ceará, Through projects, Actions and activities.

Adel and Casa do Rio perform second formative stage of the PJER in Amazonas

The Local Economic Development Agency (Adel) And the Casa do Rio, Perform in the days 1, 2 e 3 October the second formative stage of the young Rural entrepreneur Program (PJER) in the Amazon. Twenty-six (26) Young Amazonian participate in the program and began in the last month the course of entrepreneurship and Social protagonism.

The first module of the course addressed basic themes, such as entrepreneurship and local development, That are valued by Adel as essential to all young people selected by the PJER, Regardless of their origin, Current condition or interest. They all participate together in the same workshops, Interacting with each other. This initial week allows them to take the first steps in elaborating and maturing their entrepreneurial ideas, taking into account the local reality, their expertise and vocations.

Already in this new cycle, Young people will recapitulate the knowledge learned and begin to work more specific topics according to their realities. Among the knowledge acquired, They become aware of how to elaborate a strategic planning and analyze the market where they want to act. Always focusing on the elaboration of its business projects, They rely on the assistance of tutorials and mentories during the process.

For Fábia Oliveira, Project assistant at Adel who was in Amazonas during the first formative week, The moment was rich in knowledge and learning. The replication of the PJER in Amazonas has been a rewarding opportunity for that region. "Young people are having access to innovative social technology, are being encouraged and begin to see new opportunities that their territory possesses and thus can develop their communities, Generating income and autonomy ", Reports Fábia.

During the meetings, young people exchange experiences with each other, Which contributes to the emergence of new ideas and partnerships. The group formed by Young Amazonian intends to act mainly in the provision of services, In the foldings of ornamentation and decoration, Hotel, Tourism and Beauty. Others intend to invest in the food sector, As, for example, A regional café, A grocery store and a Marmitaria. There are still those who think about investing in the agricultural area, In agroforestry sites, Agricultural Consultancy and Horticulture.

Young Diego Santos believes that the program will help you in deploying your project. "My expectation is that the course can guide me how to invest my capital and how to continue helping other entrepreneurs. We know that it is not easy to be entrepreneurial when we have no experiences and the course will give us the strength, The experience to assemble our own business ", Highlights Diego.

About the project

The PJER is a social technology created in 2009 By Adel that creates opportunities for young people to employ in their own communities. The program has already benefited in Ceará over 3.000 young and consolidates your expansion process this year. In addition to the Amazon, in this second half to entrepreneurial training takes place of Adel PJER in Ceará and Rio Grande do Norte.

The program consists of four (4) components: access to knowledge, oriented credit, Support and protection networks and technologies. Its reapplication in Amazonas results from the partnership signed between Adel and Casa do Rio at the end of 2018.

Adel and EDP Renováveis perform event in RN

EDP Renováveis and the Local economic development Agency (Adel) Held yesterday, 26, The closing event of the second phase of the EDP Renováveis Rural program. The program was implemented in Rio Grande do Norte with the support of the National Bank for Economic and Social development (BNDES) and Instituto EDP.

The event began with the cultural presentation of the group Os TrakiNos in the municipality of São Gonçalo do Amarante/RN, That seeks to strengthen and preserve the various popular expressions of the Potiguar people. They presented the spectacle “Dry lives”, Whose theme was "The struggle for survival before the scourge of drought", Inspired by the novel by Brazilian writer Graciliano Ramos. The spectacle portrays the lives of people living in the Brazilian Hinterworld and the challenges to survive and live with the semiarid reality.

In addition to the agriculturists and farmers benefited throughout this phase of the program, The event was attended by Filipe Domingues, Vice-President of EDP Renováveis Brazil; Ana Fonseca, Environmental specialist at EDP Renováveis; Paulo Ramicelli of the EDP Institute; Ahmed Abubakar, Head Development project at EDP Renováveis; Faraz Fazal, Project manager at EDP Renováveis, Suhas Dash, Project coordinator at Integratio; Wagner Gomes, Adriano Batista and Aurigele Alves, Business director, Executive Director and program director at Adel, respectively; e, Members of Adel Elionardo Oliveira's team, Communication assistant; Pollyana Quemel and Paulo Segundo, Project Specialists; Sam Sait, Project coordinator.

"We seek daily to potentialize the benefits of our activity in the communities where we are present and in the particular case of the hinterway of northeastern Brazil, We beyond the purpose of generating renewable energy, We have a concern to dynamize, In social and economic terms, The surrounding communities of our wind farms ", Reinforces Filipe Domingues.

For Adriano Batista, To run the EDP Renováveis Rural program was a great satisfaction. "The partnership with EDP Renováveis dialogues with our institutional mission and is also an opportunity to consolidate our actions in the state of Rio Grande do Norte, With the diffusion of socio-environmental technologies, Contributing to the local development of the Territory ", highlights.

Seidu Selvan, Farmer and son of farmers Maria das Neves Soares and Antônio Vital, Reports how the aid of the program allowed access to water in the productive area. They benefited from a "Telhadão" cistern, With capacity to store up to 56 thousand liters of water.

"Here was very lacking in water, We had to bring from a distant community 8 Miles. My father is my teacher, I can say I do one thing I like, If the person is able to remain in the place that the person lives, Sure is a lot better right ", Reinforces Jardiel. In all, The second phase of the EDP Renováveis Rural program benefited 40 Families that will now continue to manage their ventures and contribute to the economic and social development of their communities.

About the Rural EDP renewables Program

The EDP Renováveis Rural Programme seeks the development of rural territories, From the expansion of the capacities of small producers, Families in situations of socio-economic vulnerability and rural communities. EDP Renováveis's initiative seeks to strengthen the performance of farmers living in the vicinity of the company's wind complexes.

The first phase, Initiated in 2016, was developed on the basis of the low bean Eolic complex, Located in the municipalities of Jandaíra and Parazinho. In 2018, The EDP Renováveis Rural program expanded its actions in the Potiguar territory. In partnership with Adel, The program began to be implemented in four rural communities in the municipalities of Touros and Jandaíra. Tubiba, Serra Verde Lagoon, Zabelê and Cabeço are located in the vicinity of the JAU and Aventura eolic complexes 1.

EDP Renováveis Rural allowed beneficiaries access to knowledge, Through workshops and various socio-environmental technologies. The technologies implemented were: Caipira Chicken Production Unit; Cistern "Telhadão"; Honey Agroecological production Unit (Apis); Agroecological production Unit; e, Agroecological production unit of Honeybee Honey Jandaíra. The choice of the implanted technology was defined by the farmer based on his skills and opportunities in the property.

Event closes second phase of EDP Renováveis Rural Program

Initiative benefited 40 (40) Family farmers from four rural communities in Rio Grande do Norte

Another phase of the EDP renewable Rural program will be completed tomorrow, 26 of September, in Rio Grande do Norte. Forty (40) Family farmers in the municipalities of Touros and Jandaíra, will receive certificates of participation of the program held in the last year by EDP Renováveis.

The EDP Renováveis Rural program aims to generate work and income for residents of properties surrounding the wind power plants of EDP Renováveis, Through training focused on the competitiveness and sustainability of rural enterprises and fostering innovation, entrepreneurship and the dissemination of social technologies – of production, management and best practices for coexistence with the semi-arid.

The second phase of the program was implemented by the Local Economic development Agency (Adel), Through the new business area, With the support of the National Bank for Economic and Social development (BNDES) and Instituto EDP. Started in April 2018, This phase of EDP Renováveis Rural proposed contributing to the sustainable development of four rural communities (Cabeço, Serra Verde Lagoon, Tubiba and Zabelê), Located in the vicinity of JAU wind power plants and Aventura 1.

The farmers who participated in this second phase of the program were selected after the elaboration of the diagnosis of potentialities and vulnerabilities for rural development, Made by Adel. For the diagnosis, interviews were conducted with farmers and participative Rural diagnostic workshops (DRP) To collect data regarding the vulnerabilities and opportunities of productive establishments. After knowing the demands of farmers, The EDP Renováveis Rural program allowed beneficiaries access to knowledge and various technologies.

Access to knowledge by farmers occurred through workshops, Advisory and technical visits. The workshops addressed several topics. Among them, Property Management, entrepreneurship, Communication and Marketing, Marketing, Rational use of water, Integrated production systems and natural pesticides.

Access to technologies has been implemented through the implementation of the following technologies in the properties of the beneficiaries: Caipira Chicken Production Unit; Cistern "Telhadão"; Honey Agroecological production Unit (Apis); Agroecological production Unit; e, Agroecological production unit of Honeybee Honey Jandaíra. The choice of the implanted technology was defined by the farmer based on his skills and opportunities in the property.

The activities of this second phase also include the articulation and strengthening of networks, Collaborative and cooperative groups and arrangements.

Community Strengthening

Women's group "flavors and endurance"

The EDP Renováveis Rural program contributed directly to the strengthening of the Association of Young agroecologists Friends of Cabeço (Joca) In Cabeço, Jandaíra/RN, Community Association of Lagoa de Serra Verde and group of women of Zabelê, Bulls/RN.

Known as "flavors and resistance", the group formed by women residing in the Quilombo DOS Palmares settlement project (Old Farm Zabelê), began working together in the artisan production of cakes since 2012, idea that arose from the search for an activity that generated occupation, Income and autonomy.

In this last year, With the support of the EDP Renováveis Rural program, Women realized the dream of having the kitchen of the reformed group to function properly, In accordance with the legislation. Still with the support of the program, "Flavors and endurance" women received equipment to improve the quality and quantity of production.

The kitchen started to have ceramic floors and walls, Stainless steel sink, New hydraulic and sanitary installations, Suitable aluminum frames, Which will enable the increase and diversification of products, As well as storing appropriately.

"Nowadays our kitchen is a blessing, We're going to do where to value and not lose our job anymore, Always looking for improvements, Investing in our cakes and group development ", Reinforces D. Maria de Lourdes, Member of the group.

Service:
Second phase of the EDP Renováveis Rural program closing event
Day 26 November 2018
From 15h to 18h
Escola Municipal Professor Manoel Edimilson, Tubiba, João Câmara, RN.

Adel expands PJER's performance to Rio Grande do Norte

A Local Economic Development Agency (Adel), Institution created in Pentecoste, In the interior of Ceará, Comes, There are more than 10 years, Transforming the reality of the semiarid and opening paths in the field. Through its own social technology entitled Rural Young Entrepreneur Program (PJER), Adel already has more than 3 Thousand beneficiaries and R $ 650 Thousand invested in youth ventures. In a new moment, The activities of the PJER exceed the boundaries of the Cearense Sertão and will arrive, Yet this year, to the municipalities of Parazinho e São Miguel do Gostoso, Both in Rio Grande do Norte.

The program forms and supports rural young people so that they become entrepreneurs and protagonists in the communities where they live. It consists of four main axes: knowledge (Formative activities and advisory sessions/workshops and technical assistance); credit (Footpaths background, Loan line geared towards young people); networking (Advisory sessions, Stimulus and conduction of projects); and Technologies (Projects and actions to disseminate socio-environmental technologies, Information and communication).

"Adel has been designing the program for a long time and understands that it is a program that fits communities in vulnerable situations. The focus will always be the same: Support and enable youth access to training and technical support, Management, Financial and technological to meet the basic needs of young people and so that they can take their first steps as entrepreneurs ", Explains Adel's program director, Aurigele Alves.

Expansion

After working in nine municipalities of Ceará and start their expansion process in the Amazon in partnership with the NGO Casa do Rio, The PJER will be replicated in two (2) schools, One in the municipality of Parazinho and another in São Miguel do Gostoso, In partnership and with social investment Brookfield Renewable Energies.

"In the case of Rio Grande do Norte, is an opportunity that arises from our consistent performance in that region over the past three years in the field of new business. We have an advanced nucleus in the municipality of João Câmara and this led to the proposal of expansion with a social project of its own in that territory. The opportunity that enabled this action was a call for social impact initiatives launched by the institution to receive its private social investment ", Comments the Director of development, Gláucio Gomes.

The introduction, In high school schools in the Semiarid region of Ceará, of topics that highlight to young students the opportunities and alternatives for their maintenance in rural areas and for improvement in their living and working conditions is essential for the promotion of local development.

Adel launches project in partnership with Quadran Brasil

Visit of the team of Quadran Brasil to the headquarters of Adel

A Local Economic Development Agency (Adel) Starts this month, Project to promote entrepreneurship and the protagonism of rural youth, Through the provision of socio-environmental services to the Quadran Brazil. The project integrates the strategy of relationship and corporate sustainability in relation to communities in the area of direct influence (Aid) Of the wind-Solar Serrote complex, In the municipality of Trairi, On the coast of Ceará.

The initiative aims to develop capacities for young people so that they can start and/or advance in their own ventures, Within their communities. Be individually, With their families, With other young people or even acting in existing ventures, As managers. Thirty (30) Local youth will benefit from, So that they are able to understand their contexts and environments of actuation, Identify opportunities and potentialities and then create and initiate business and/or socio-environmental impact projects.

Rural youth challenges migratory pressures for urban centers in search of jobs, Due to the need to generate own income and complementation of family income. The young, Although they have affective bonding, Social and cultural communities with their, Which inspire them to remain in the places where they were born and were created, They end up not realizing real opportunities so that they may have prospects for positive social mobility or even improvements in their living and working conditions.

The project will begin with the realization of a preliminary diagnosis of its area of operation, That will enable a better understanding of the environment of business creation and development and/or socio-environmental impact initiatives. The diagnosis also evidences the potentialities and limitations of young people to be benefited.

After this process, The mobilization and selection of young people will be, Who will have access to training and advisory activities to create and initiate their business projects. With the Business Project at hand, They will be able to submit them to the Veredas fund, Adel's microcredit fund which aims to invest specifically in rural youth ventures.

Reapplication of Expertise

The project is an action of the new business area of Adel, that offers and performs services such as consulting, Advice, management, Management and operationalization of local development projects. "There are 10 years, We form and support the young man who makes the choice for undertaking and protagonising transformations in his life and of his community, Whether through the implementation of a business or a social impact project. The partnership with Quadran Brasil will be a great opportunity to create strategies that are effective to foster the creation and the first steps in projects of enterprises by these young people ", Reinforces Wagner Gomes, Director of business at Adel.

This project represents the reapplication of the expertise that Adel has developed over the last ten years in its Rural Young Entrepreneur Program (PJER), That has directly benefited about 3 Thousand young people of 10 Municipalities Ceará, Through projects, Actions and activities.

The strategy of the PJER consists of the alliance of four (4) components: knowledge; oriented credit; Cooperative networks and Technologies. More than 200 New ventures were created in the territories of the Curu Valley and the metropolitan region of Fortaleza, Contributing to modernising, To streamline and heat local economies, Enabling young alternatives of trajectories for their development as people and as protagonists of transformations in their communities.

PJER in Amazonas initiates formative stage

In the last second (2), a Local Economic Development Agency (Adel) and the Casa do Rio Began the stage of formation of the first class of the Rural Young Entrepreneur Program (PJER) in the Amazon. The entrepreneurship and Social Protagonism course is being held at the Forest Knowledge Training Center (Amaras Site, Manaquiri road) and gathers 25 Youth in the municipality of Careiro Castanho and surrounding the BR-319.

The course gathers information and tools that will help young people in the elaboration of business projects for the creation or development of their ventures, Whether they are for economic purposes or social impact. The Business project is essential to access the other components of the program, That will allow the implementation of the ideas developed during the training.

The mobilization and selection process for the PJER class, In the North region, With the action of the young Amazonian Alexandra Guimarães, 20, and Tiago Lima, 20, both the municipality Careiro Castanho (Am), Who attended an exchange at Adel, The methodology of the program and the performance of young rural entrepreneurs from Ceará.

The entire process of replication of the PJER in Amazonas is being monitored by Adel, Who shares his expertise, Acquired during the ten years in which it has implemented and developed social technology with young. This initial week, Aurigele Alves, Evilene Abreu and Fábia Oliveira, Director of Programs, Director of Communication and project assistant at Adel, respectively, In Amazonas to contribute to the implementation of the Base cycle that follows until Friday (6).

To Thiago Cavalli, Executive Director of Casa do Rio, The Pjer is a great opportunity for young Amazonian, Living in such a vast land, But with so few prospects. "Undertaking is a possible path, As shown in this Adel program. Undertake with sustainability, Keeping the forest and its culture alive – The commitment of the Casa do Rio – Is the challenge of the PJER in Amazonas. Let's Go together, Building these bridges for youth ", Reinforces Thiago.

Second Gláucio Gomes, Director of Development Adel, This is a new stage in the development of the Organization, That understands the PJER as a social technology that can be applied in the various regional and local contexts in Brazil, In which young people in socio-economic vulnerability need to deal with many challenges, Develop resilience as a human capacity, So that they can become protagonists in their own lives and in positive transformations in their communities. "Young people from the Amazon, As well as young people from the semiarid of northeastern Brazil, Are heavily presaged to migrate to larger cities in search of immediate jobs. Young people who would be important actors for local development, By using their talents and skills in ventures and projects in their own territories ", Emphasizes Gláucio.

About PJER
The PJER is a social technology created in 2009 By Adel that creates opportunities for young people to employ in their own communities. The program has already benefited in Ceará over 3.000 young and consolidates your expansion process this year. In addition to the Amazon, in this second half to entrepreneurial training takes place of Adel PJER in Ceará and Rio Grande do Norte.

The program consists of four (4) components: access to knowledge, oriented credit, Support and protection networks and technologies. Its reapplication in Amazonas results from the partnership signed between Adel and Casa do Rio at the end of 2018.

Adel participates in the XIII International Book Biennial of Ceará

The Local Economic Development Agency (Adel), in partnership with the ChildFund Brazil, launches next Thursday (22), at 7:30 pm, the book "All Can Undertake – Entrepreneurship and Leadership for young people ". In this production, organizations include entrepreneurial experiences lived in rural areas, In addition to bringing technical concepts to which children and adolescents can undertake and being protagonists of their life projects.

The launch will be on XIII International Book Biennial of Ceará, where the Adel and the ChildFund Brazil promotes a talk show with the presence of Gláucio Gomes, one of the organizers of the book and Director of development of Adel; Alexandra Mann, Vice President and Project Director of the Entrepreneurial Alliance; Gabriel Babatunde, ChildFund's Social Development Manager Brazil; e, Romania Castro, Young entrepreneur countryside of Pentecost.

All Seminar Can Undertake: Entrepreneurship and Leadership of adolescents and youth resilience. Photo: Lia de Paula

With 11 years of experience, the Adel works with sustainable coexistence strategies, encouraging leadership and entrepreneurship to the development of people in contexts of high resilience. With the theme "cities and books", the XIII International Book Biennial of Ceara will be held between 16 e 25 August at the event Center of Ceará, in Fortaleza.

The event is an initiative of the Government of the State of Ceará, through the Secretariat of culture (Secult), in partnership with the Instituto Dragão do Mar and support of the Ministry of citizenship, through the Rouanet law of cultural incentive. This year, the biennial will be under the curatorship of the writer Ana Miranda and the writers and professors Inés Cardoso and Carlos Valdez, with the coordination of Sheridan Albuquerque, also book policy coordinator, reading, literature and Secult libraries.

Service
Release of the book "All Can Undertake – Entrepreneurship and Leadership for young people "in the XIII International Book Biennial of Ceará
When: 22 August 2019, at 7:30 pm
Where: Events Center – The Square Fifteen – Floor
Address: AV. Washington Soares, 999 – Edson Queiroz, Fortress – THIS
Free entry

Adel is ideal for composing the State Council for the rights of children and adolescents of Ceará

The Local Economic Development Agency (Adel) She was appointed last Wednesday, 14, as a member of the State Council for the rights of children and adolescents of Ceará (CEDC / EC) for Biennium 2019-2021. One of the purposes of this Council is to monitor all programs and projects addressing and guaranteeing the rights of children and adolescents.

The participation of Adel in the Council is a result of the actions carried out eleven years ago in Ceará with adolescents and young people. To strengthen the role social search Adel of these actors by means of the access to knowledge, credit, networks and social and environmental technologies. Respect for diversity, human rights and the promotion of an environment of peace and sustainability in the relations with the environment is extremely important for the development of adolescents and young people.

Besides the CEDCA/EC, the Adel acts also in the municipal councils of the territories where develops its programs. Recently, was elected as a member of the Municipal Council of Child and Adolescent (CMDCA) São Gonçalo do Amarante, municipality situated in the metropolitan region of Fortaleza, the State capital. Election to this Council took place on 18 July 2019. Also participates actively in the Municipal Council of Child and Adolescent (CMDCA) of Pentecost, county seat of the Organization.

Members of the eleven elected bodies to the State Council for the rights of children and adolescents of Ceará (CEDC / EC)

For Adriano Batista, Executive Director of Adel, the participation in the Councils is an opportunity to strengthen further the ties of collaboration between Adel and the territories in which it operates and contributing in decisions relating to public policies for children and adolescents. “Participate and work in partnership with the Councils is a possibility to unite the capabilities and resources to achieve larger goals in defending the rights of children and adolescents ", says.