LGBT youth + present your designs Deals

 

Today (4), the members of the Project diversity and Entrepreneurship Rural youth presented their business projects in the area of Training of entrepreneurs, at Pentecost (THIS). The process of entrepreneurial training culminates with the preparation and presentation of this project to develop and draft new business models or existing.

The business project is a condition for access to the financial resources of the Fund Trails, productive Microcredit Fund destined exclusively for young rural members of the Rural young entrepreneur Program (PJER). The background is a strategy that seeks to facilitate the creation and/or the development of rural enterprises in the semi-arid cearense, promoting inclusion socioprodutiva of these young people with entrepreneurial and, Consequently, contributing to the social and economic development of their communities and municipalities. The credit enables the ideas of projects out of the paper and they begin to act concretely.

 

The performances were evaluated by a panel composed of Aurigele Acharya, Program Director Adel, Raquel Ferreira, Adel Programs Coordinator and Rafael Marques, young entrepreneur which acts in the area of information technology in the municipality of Pentecost. Second Aurigele, the young pored over ideas that fill the niche markets that are open, by harnessing their skills and dreams. "We believe in the potential and entrepreneurial action of them and we're eager to see the projects in action", highlights the Principal. One of the ideas presented are: Flintstones, cafeteria, stamping, craft products, clothing, beauty parlor and confectionery.

Lino, young entrepreneur Apuirés

Lino, 21, resides in Apuiarés and account that, to start the course in Entrepreneurship and Social Role, had some ideas, but in the course of training began to see what more fit to your reality. "I had a lot of uncertainty about what to do, but with the help of Adel and my new partner, Ana Livia (also a member of the project), We had the idea to mount a store and printing, It's called Free Pattern: Stamping Smiles ". Lay a great niche market to explore in the municipality. He and Ana Livia dream of making the enterprise an opportunity to generate employment and income for other Lgbt young people in the region.

The formative process of the project diversity and Entrepreneurship of young rural attended seminars, tutoring and mentoring sessions and workshops that addressed issues essential to the promotion of entrepreneurship, whether business or social and environmental measures. In view of the hostile context and resilience in rural LGBT young men + are inserted, the Alliance between entrepreneurship and social protagonism creates real alternatives of trajectories for positive social mobility and guarantee fundamental freedoms.

The formative stage of the project officially ends tomorrow (5), with the Resilience and Development Seminar location – A debate about the role and cooperation of rural LGBT youth +, held at school Alan Pine T, located in R. Maria Menezes Furtado, 105 -Vila Nova, Pentecost (THIS). The event is open to the public and has entries available at the following link: https://forms.gle/ohgm57EnURj3hhQL6.

About the project

The diversity project and Entrepreneurship of young rural integrates the activities of the Rural young entrepreneur Program (PJER) the Local economic development agency (Adel). It is strategy that integrates four components, providing access for young people benefit from the knowledge, credit, collaborative networks and technologies. The project is performed with institutional support of ITA and More Diversity consulting.

Resilience and Local development seminar

Project diversity and Youth Entrepreneurship Rural youth in Pentecost (THIS)

The Local Economic Development Agency (Adel) performs next Friday (5), at Pentecost (THIS), the Resilience and Development Seminar location – A debate about the role and cooperation of rural LGBT youth +. The event marks the completion of the formative project cycle diversity and Entrepreneurship of young rural, strategy to promote the development of business enterprises and social and environmental impact with LGBT youth + in Ceará.

The seminar starts at 9:00 and will be held at the vocational school Alan Pine T, located in R. Maria Menezes Furtado, 105 – Vila Nova, Pentecost (THIS). The event that is open to the public and has entries available at the following link: https://forms.gle/ohgm57EnURj3hhQL6, brings together partners, team Adel, LGBT youth and family + that staged this project and finished the course Entrepreneurship and Social Role.

The main pane of the event, whose theme is Resilience and Local Development – A debate about the role and cooperation of rural LGBT youth +, will feature the contributions of Gláucio Gomes, Development Director Adel; Aurigele Alves, Program Director Adel; Sabrina Santos, Young entrepreneur and creator of the flower of the outback; Nohemy Resende, the Coordination of Educational diversity and inclusion (Codin/SEDUC), with mediation by Ayobami Abreu, Communications Director Adel.

Panelists will discuss the role and cooperation of rural LGBT youth + in high resilience. As these young men can from the entrepreneurship and the role contributing to the development of their communities. Challenges to be addressed, the opportunities, social organisations and initiatives existing in the State public policies that influence the choices and opportunities for young people to innovate, undertake and promote changes to the development of their communities.

Will also be present Adriano Batista, Adel Executive Director and project manager Julia Figueiredo, representing the more diversity and ITA.

About the project

The diversity project and Entrepreneurship of young rural integrates the activities of the Rural young entrepreneur Program (PJER) and works to promote development strategies of business enterprises and rural socio-environmental impact, in the context of the Brazilian northeastern semi-arid region. Alia, access of young people benefit from the knowledge, credit, collaborative networks and technologies. In the scenario of strong hostility in which LGBT youth + are inserted, the Alliance between entrepreneurship and social protagonism creates real alternatives of trajectories for positive social mobility and guarantee fundamental freedoms. The project is performed in partnership with ITA and More Diversity consulting.

Young Tejuçuoca undertakes and collaborates with local development

Since 2018, Aury began to invest in poultry

Aury Magalhães, 23, lives in the community of the Stone Creek, distant 12 km from the seat of the municipality of Tejuçuoca, not Ceará. Before he and his family lived in the community in the same Joy municipality. The place where he lived as a child says a lot about the young man who welcomed us with a wide smile and confident to undertake was a very important step in your life.

Fatherless at the age of three, learned as a child, with Grandpa, working in agriculture. As the eldest of three brothers, also shared with the mother many responsibilities. "He took care of the brothers, cooked, kept the House, all very well done, so that one of these days he won an award at an event of Tejuçuoca, best cook. My son has always been very dedicated in everything ", reports with pride dona Fátima, mother of Aury.

Aury completed high school in 2012 and in the same year he led a religious event of Youth Ministry. The event was your first action with other young people from Creek rocks and a milestone in your life. Finished high school and without success in entrance exams, soon saw the need to work, getting several invitations to come and live in the State capital.

"Despite receiving proposals for work outside, as some friends also received and have been, I chose to stay. My desire was to continue in the community and invest in something. I approached most of the pastoral and community. So many ideas have emerged, reopen associations, go to College, Open a business, but there was no financial conditions and or knowledge of how would put into practice ", Bill young.

In 2014, Aury worked in a shop in the town and after a year he realized he needed to carry out other projects in your life. "This experience served to strengthen my will to undertake and apply aspirations that were just in my head. I walked away for good work and started to seek new opportunities to learn and invest "says.

In the search for knowledge, Aury knew Rural young entrepreneur program (PJER) by Adel, through the Department of Agriculture of Tejuçuoca, e, soon signed up. "When I heard about the Program didn't know him nor Adel, I researched them and I was quite interested in participating ". Aury as entrepreneurial training gave him not only new knowledge and ideas, but I did see the opportunities of the territory.

In PJER, He elaborated a project of business geared toward horticulture, but due to the dry season, Since 2018 started to invest in poultry. Bought some birds and started to sell them alive and slaughtered. In the same year, Aury built a new chicken coop and now plans to invest in the production of eggs redneck.

Aury next to your girlfriend, HELLEN, and your mother, Fatima

In addition to devote to your project, main family income, It acts on Youth Ministry and plans to expand your business and continue with the social projects in the community. "I'm seeking new funding to invest in my project, but I intend to also join in College, Act in the Dcfs of Tejuçuoca and continue the projects with children and young people at the Creek. I want to help all the local kids ".

Aury expects your endeavor is consolidated in the coming years and to follow with the development of your community. Dreams of attending your college to acquire new knowledge and enhance their activities.

PJER Diversity closed training cycle

Young people have participated in workshops on various topics, such as entrepreneurship, local development and financial education

The Local Economic Development Agency (Adel) ends next Friday (5), at Pentecost (THIS), the stage of project Diversity and entrepreneurship training to Rural Youth. Will be held a seminar on resilience, role and local development.

The stage of project Diversity and entrepreneurship training to Rural Youth started in April, at Pentecost, and supports 25 LGBT youth + five municipalities of the territory: Apuiarés, Paracuru, Pentecost, São Gonçalo do Amarante and Tejuçuoca. Young men between the ages of 18 e 32 years, high school completion and seek support to engage in their communities. One of the ideas of business projects developed along the training are: Flintstones, cafeteria, craft products, clothing, beauty parlor and confectionery.

The seminar marks the completion of the course Entrepreneurship and Social Role, that gave young people the opportunity to develop and mature ideas of enterprises, taking into account the local reality, their expertise and vocations. The course featured workshops on various topics, such as entrepreneurship, local development, financial education and communication and marketing.

 

Aurigele Alves, Program Director of Adel, reinforces that this is only the first step of PJER Diversity. After they close the formation, LGBT youth + business projects may forward to the bottom Paths and access a financial resource to start your business. The credit is a concrete way to promote the ideas of young people and allow you to exit the paper and take shape, to come in fact to be a chance of inclusion of LGBT population + socioprodutiva in the territory.

"We're happy to get to the end of this process and understand them more motivated, encouraged and determined to follow the journey of entrepreneurship, believing in the possibility of change in their life trajectories. We follow juntxs on support and implementation of the projects of these young people throughout the territory covered by the project”, Aurigele says.

About the project
The diversity project and Entrepreneurship of young rural it is fostering the development strategy of business enterprises and rural socio-environmental impact, in the context of the Brazilian northeastern semi-arid region, combining the access of young people benefit from the knowledge, credit, collaborative networks and technologies. In the scenario of strong hostility in which LGBT youth + are inserted, the Alliance between entrepreneurship and social protagonism creates real alternatives of trajectories for positive social mobility and guarantee fundamental freedoms.

This Project, action that integrates the strategies of the Rural young entrepreneur Program (PJER) developed 10 years by Adel, is the result of the National LGBT notice + Pride aims to encourage the development of initiatives that support and encourage the visibility, Security and respect for LGBT people +, with institutional support from Itaú and the More Diversity consulting.

Open registration for the Rural young entrepreneur Program (PJER)

 

In this second semester, the Economic Development Agency Local (Adel) starts another class of Young Rural Entrepreneur Program (PJER). Registration is open until the day 10 of July and may be eligible young people aged 18 e 32 years, who have completed high school and resides in Apuiarés, Caucaia, General Sampaio, Paracuru, Pentecost, São Gonçalo do Amarante, São Luís do Curu, Tejuçuoca or Umirim.

Thirty (30) young people who seek to undertake support and get a socioprodutiva inclusion in their communities and municipalities will be selected for the course in Entrepreneurship and Social Role. The registration and the course are free and will be held in the municipality of Pentecost/EC, with the beginning of the activities planned for the day 5 of August.

Interested parties may fill in the registration form online (https://forms.gle/k4crBiQfaw3yhQBk6), or make the inscription at the headquarters of Adel (Rua Francisco Nunes, 318, Camp). The team responsible for the operation of the program will be performing hits in other municipalities, where will also be left printed sheets.

The course brings together information and tools that will assist young people in developing their business projects, both with economic or social purposes. The Business Project is essential to access the other components of the program that will allow the implementation of your ideas.

After the course and with the Business Project at hand, young people can access financial resources in Deep Paths, that part of the credit-oriented component of PJER. This component is considered of prime importance, because without financial resources and advisory services, young people can hardly perform successful experiences.

The Rural Young Entrepreneur Program (PJER)

The Rural Young Entrepreneur Program (PJER) It was created by Adel on 2009. Is the Alliance between four (4) components: access to knowledge, oriented credit, strengthening organizational support and access to information and communication technologies. More than 3000 young entrepreneurs have been supported by the programme and about 90% These young people remain in their communities. In the first half of 2019 the program initiated the project diversity and Entrepreneurship of young rural, that supports 25 LGBT youth + the territory. Later this year, the PJER also consolidates your expansion process to the Amazon.

All Seminar Can Undertake

José Carlos Lázaro (UFC), Gláucio Gomes (Adel), Thom Oliveira (Social Brasilis), Gerson Pacheco (ChildFund) and Daiane Mulling (Unifor), from left to right. Photo: Lia de Paula

Last Tuesday (4), the Economic Development Agency Local (Adel) and Brazil held the seminar All ChildFund Can Undertake: Entrepreneurship and Leadership of adolescents and youth resilience, at the Teatro Celina Queiroz da Universidade de Fortaleza (Unifor), in Fortaleza/CE.

At The Seminar, the institutions have launched the book All Can Undertake: Entrepreneurship and Leadership for young people that gathers stories of young entrepreneurs Young Entrepreneurs Program Rural members (PJER) by Adel, In addition to concepts and knowledge for adolescents and young people can undertake and being protagonists of their life stories.

The event began with the presentation of children's choir of the cultural Project happy child, an initiative supported by Brazil and that operates in the ChildFund communities of Iracema and Padre Andrade Garden located west of Fortaleza. Soon after the presentation, Professor Davoud Costa, Co directors of Unifor; along with Gerson Pacheco, ChildFund Brazil Director; e, Adriano Batista, Co-founder and Executive Director of Adel, officially opened the event highlighting the importance of entrepreneurship and leadership of adolescents and youth for the promotion of local development.

Local and national speakers were debating about the challenges, the opportunities, the trends, the practices and solutions in experiment or consolidated in the Brazil today to influence the choices and opportunities for adolescents and young people can innovate, undertake and promote changes to the development of their communities.

Professor Dr. Daiane Mulling of Unifor, was mediating the first Panel, whose topic was entrepreneurship and social innovation for youth and adolescents in the current Brazilian context. She instigated the other panelists to bring successful cases, stories of lives that have proven that not only the major urban centres are sign of opportunities, nor is place of scarcity and poverty.

Gláucio Gomes, Director of Development Adel, has the story of founding the Organization itself. "Adel is the biggest example I can tell a success story, of entrepreneurship and leadership of people who remain mobilised until today, of eight young people who had the opportunity to attend college and decided to return to contribute to the development of their communities ", highlighted.

For Gerson Pacheco, ChildFund Brazil Director, young people need vision, need to believe in dreams and the possibilities. "We need to absorb the knowledge era, get out of your comfort zone, events like this mess with our interior and move us to a future that is already there and we must not fear. The Brazil is fertile ground, embrace the opportunities ", reinforced.

For the Professor. José Carlos da UFC and Thom Oliveira, Founder and Executive Director of Social Brasilis, education is a key concept for entrepreneurship and for the experience of the future which is already coming. Understand the new world, the internet of things, the power of connections. Analyze the theory is crucial to the success of the practice. It is necessary to develop the people skills to the use of digital technologies, show how you can use these tools to generate positive social impact.

Tião Rock (CPCD), Helen Singer (Ashoka), Rogers Mendes (Seduce / EC), Sabrina Santos (PJER) and Maristela Chua (Eco Northeast), from left to right. Photo: Lia de Paula

Entering the theme education and deepening the debate, came the second Panel, Entrepreneurship education and role of adolescents and youth resilience, mediated by journalist Maristela Chua, creator of Eco Agency Northeast. The mediator opened the time stressing that Yes you can have the hope of development in semi-arid, that young people can remain productive in their communities.

From this point of view, the young Sabrina Santos, Member of the young entrepreneur Program of Adel and creator of the flower shop Flower do Sertão, tell me about your career as entrepreneur and as dribbled the difficulties of access to the labour market. With support, access to knowledge and resilience, it was possible to see the opportunities in the territory.

The Executive Secretary of the high school and Professional Education Secretariat of the State of Ceará (Seduce / EC), Rogers Mendes, I brought some of the future for education in formal education institutions. Urged the participants to think about how the school can interact and strengthen entrepreneurship and stressed that it is necessary to reverse some of the logic of the classroom. Leave static education, of an archaic and outdated model, where only the teacher speaks and students listen.

"We need to think about the idea of a business school, an environment for training and sharing ideas, Smart Services, Creative, outside of what is in the traditional scope, so that young people can exercise the entrepreneurship and the role. Transform the school into a barn of preparation and stimulation for people to experience concepts and not just learn to replicate in the distant future ", discussed Rogers.

Kate Singer, Leader of the Youth strategy in Ashoka Latin America, reinforced the importance of thinking a new education. "Every school can be a barn for social transformation, for a new education. The school is not more productive and efficient people forming for the new world, This new world that works a lot more collaboration, of creation. People need to learn to deal with structures that are streamed. For this new world we need empathy, We need to recognize the place, including who thinks differently and is in a different place. So that the common good is for all and not just for some ", highlighted.

The prospect of a new education, the brief history of the founding of the people's Centre for culture and development (CPCD), non-governmental organization created in Minas Gerais, which operates in the areas of popular education and sustainable community development. The Centre was designed by Jason Ramirez, Anthropologist, Popular educator and Social Entrepreneur. Tião emphasized that to be an educator you need to ask questions and unlearn. His first questions when starting the CPCD were about the possibility of thinking education without school and where it was possible to find educators.

"Education and schooling are different, education is something that only happens in plural, is required at least two people. Education is what they exchange, the different learnings that intersect, is it possible to make education anywhere, but we need good teachers and they are not being formed by the universities ", highlighted.

Tião finished your speech stating that the young need to think about the future, be bold, have dreams, think different from the world he lives. He believes that it is necessary to bypass the empty sense of humanity, of young people who feel invisible. For this it is necessary the empowerment, that second he, is power. "We need to look at the full Cup side, which measures the ability of learning, of talent, call these young men for a cause. Channel your energy to something that's transformer. Encourage people to build together a place that's good for everybody ".

The seminar culminated in the completion of the book launch cocktail All Can Undertake: Entrepreneurship and Leadership for adolescents and young people, a strategy of Brazil and ChildFund Adel to support the development of adolescents and young people in contexts of resilience in all Brazil, through the promotion of entrepreneurship and the role.

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The Seminar All Can Undertake: Entrepreneurship and Leadership of adolescents and youth resilience was an event of national character, promoted by Local economic development agency (Adel) in partnership with ChilFund Brazil, e, support the University of Fortaleza (Unifor) and the Federal University of Ceará (UFC) through the Faculty of Economics, Administration, Actuarial and accounting (FEAAC).

Meliponicultores contribute to environmental preservation

Nilesh Acharya, Meliponicultor of Lagoa das Pedras, Apuiarés (THIS)

Today, 05 June, is the world environment day and the Local economic development agency (Adel) believes that the sharing of positive experiences, are of small or large, that contribute directly or indirectly to the sustainable development and environment of the planet, are of great value in the fight for a more responsible and aware, in view of the current reality of consumption of populations around the globe.

According to the United Nations (UN), you need to be aware of the points as inadequate garbage disposal, absence of separate collection and recycling projects, excessive consumption of natural resources, deforestation, misuse of water resources and soil depletion.

In the semi-arid cearense, a group of meliponicultores is doing the reverse path of consumption of large urban centres. The Nectar of the Sertão Network brings together producers of several rural communities in the municipalities of Apuiarés and Pentecost they see on a social and economic action Meliponiculture, but mainly an opportunity for environmental preservation and enhancement of the Caatinga.

At the rocks, Community of the municipality of Apuiarés (THIS), the meliponicultores are responsible for an environmental reserve with about 100 m ², where were planted several species native to Caatinga, such as aroeira, angico and pau d & #8217; arc, also known as ipê. The species were strategically designed by affinity they have with the native bee, jandaíra, What is selective, According to the producers.

The reservation involves the Meliponário community Model, a production space, learning and exchange of knowledge. As the meliponicultores are arranged in Network, You can manage in a sustainable manner and collaborative space, What therefore strengthens the activity in the territory. According to the Technological Manual honey from stingless bees of the Institute Society, Population and Nature (ISPN), It's called the meliponário where are installed the hives of meliponíneos, having as main goals to give comfort to bees and facilitate the work of the meliponicultor.

Box for bee husbandry

Nilesh Acharya, meliponicultor Nectar do Sertão network and one of the managers of the site, the meliponário has positive impact for those who create and research on bees. "I am very happy to share my experiences and teachings with the creation of bees and by exercising an activity that preserves the environment", strengthens.

With 30 boxes populated with the best bees to new hives replication, the main purpose of the initiative is to meet local producers and conduct studies on meliponiculture, strengthen the production of honey and use the bees for pollination of native and agricultural plants, with a focus on preservation, conservation and promotion of sustainable development.

On world environment day

World environment day is celebrated annually every day 5 June. It was established by the United Nations (UN) in 1972, during the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment, in Stockholm. One of the main objectives of this day is to alert the entire human population to environmental problems and the importance of preserving natural resources. Considering the depletion of these resources, led by the unbridled consumption of humans.

The date is proposing a change in the way of seeing and treating environmental issues around the world, In addition to being set out principles to guide environmental policy across the planet. Despite the great progress that the Conference represented, There is still a lot to discuss and advance in the fight for the health of the planet.

Seminar on entrepreneurship and youth leadership

 

Next Tuesday (4), the Economic Development Agency Local (Adel) conducts the seminar All Can Undertake: Entrepreneurship and Leadership of adolescents and youth resilience. The event, national character, starts from the 4:00 pm, at the Teatro Celina Queiroz, located at the University of Fortaleza (Unifor), in Fortaleza, not Ceará.

The Seminar, that is already with registration open, will discuss about successful experiences that support for adolescents and youth resilience can take the first step in relation to entrepreneurship. One of the experiences that will be shared, the Rural young entrepreneur Program (PJER) developed by Adel for 10 years in nine municipalities of the State of Ceará.

The experience of PJER was the inspiration for the production of the book “All Can Undertake – Entrepreneurship and Leadership for adolescents and young people”, to be launched during the event. The book was produced by Adel in partnership with the ChildFund Brazil, shares in addition to stories of young entrepreneurs, the main concepts and information necessary to undertake.

The event has national and local speakers. Helen Singer, Leader for the Youth strategy in Ashoka Latin America; Tião Rock, Anthropologist, Popular educator and Social Entrepreneur; e, Gerson Pacheco, ChildFund Brazil Director, are among the exhibitors of the seminar. The programming has two panels.

The first Panel discusses the topic “Entrepreneurship and social innovation for youth and adolescents in the current Brazilian context”, with the collaboration of Gerson Pacheco, ChildFund Brazil Director; Dr. José Carlos Lázaro, Associate Professor of the Federal University of Ceará (UFC), leader of the Group of studies on innovation and sustainability (INOS/UFC); Gláucio Gomes, Director of Development Adel; e, Thom Oliveira, Founder and Executive Director of Social Brasilis. The Prof. Dr. Dakkak Mulling of PPG in the administration of the UNIFORM will be the mediator.

“Entrepreneurship education and role of adolescents and youth resilience” It will be the second panel moderated by journalist and Director of Eco Agency Northeast, Maristela Chua. Will have the participation of Helen Singer; Tião Rock; Rogers Mendes, Executive Secretary of the high school of SEDUC/EC; e, Sabrina Santos, Young entrepreneur and creator of the flower of the outback.

The event will bring together various institutions and people interested in the subject and promote discussion, the debate and the dissemination of current knowledge and experience working with entrepreneurship and social protagonism of adolescents and youth in Brazil. Participate in entrepreneurs, Brazilian researchers and scholars to think the Multiplicities of entrepreneurs, the processes of formation of these young, challenges and solutions developed in high resilience, both urban rural.

The event has as a partner the ChilFund Brazil and the support of the University of Fortaleza (Unifor) and the Federal University of Ceará (UFC) through the Faculty of Economics, Administration, Actuarial and accounting (FEAAC).

Make your inscription: https://forms.gle/7YaZxV6jD8PULAgc8

Young people selected for advanced step PJER

Rural Young Entrepreneur Program, class of 2016

The Local Economic Development Agency (Adel), announces the list of classified ads for the advanced stage of the Rural young entrepreneur Program (PJER). This stage of PJER consists of various training activities, advice and mentoring that will assist the development of your projects.

The selection process consists of three phases: complete the registration form online, mandatory attendance at the meeting of project presentation and a written interview, held at the same date and place of meetings. The three procedures are predatory and qualifiers.

The young rural entrepreneurs selected after step online application, will participate in the meeting of project presentation with the Programs of Adel. The meeting will take place in three locations and different dates, spanning three municipalities of action microterritórios PJER (Apuiarés, Caucaia, General Sampaio, Paracuru, Pentecost, São Gonçalo do Amarante, São Luís do Curu, Tejuçuoca and Umirim).

The first meeting takes place on the day 22 may, in São Gonçalo do Amarante, involving young people of this municipality, Paracuru and Caucaia. The second occurs in the day 23 may, in São Luís do Curu, involving young people of this municipality, of Riachuelo and São Gonçalo do Amarante. Finally, the third meeting will be held on 24 may, at Pentecost, with young people of this municipality and the municipalities of Apuiarés, General Sampaio and Tejuçuoca.

After participating in the meetings will be published the list of 60 selected that will be part of the project. Then, There will be an on-site visit of the program team.

Scheduled meetings:
Wednesday, 22/05, 9h-São Gonçalo do Amarante: Patronage Cleide Alcantara, St. Cecilia Procopius, 161.

Thursday, 23/05, 9h – São Luís do Curu: Cultural Educational Community Association and the Agricultural Valley of Curu (ACCEAVC), Hugo Rocha Street, 33, Center.

Friday, 24/05, 9h-Pentecost: Training centre of the Rural young entrepreneur of Adel, Rua Francisco Nunes, 316, Camp.

 

Advanced step PJER

Young Rural Entrepreneurs, class of 2016

This advanced stage of the Rural young entrepreneur Program (PJER) seeking to expand the technical capabilities, practice and management of young rural entrepreneurs benefit from Program. Young people participate in throughout the year of training and will have access to a set of tools, information and knowledge considered essential for the development of a business or a project of social impact in rural areas.

In advanced training, young people will study on strategies, Finance, marketing, management, among other topics. In addition to the formative process, entrepreneurs will have advice of Adel and will participate in seminars and fairs focusing on the line of action of each project.

Young people also receive support in the development of local productive arrangements (APLs). Once outlined, the Adel assist in planning stages, structuring and administrative organisation, legal and accounting of these initiatives in order to contribute to the development of the territory.

Respect for diversity

The diversity project and Entrepreneurship of young rural

*By Aurigele Alves (Program Director Adel)

Seventeen may became symbol of the fight for human rights and sexual diversity, against violence and prejudice. Even today, being a landmark in advocacy for the rights of LGBT population +, discuss about sexuality is far from being seen as something necessary. We need to understand that debate about diversity is to defend the right to life. Every day different people are affected by the absence of public policies, have their rights denied and their lives are threatened.

We are pushed into the abyss every day. Opportunities almost never arrive, the absorption of LGBT labor + in the labour market is very small and the feeling we have is that, When we assume our identity, automatically the "doors" are closed. It is a fact that there is a change happening shyly. Many companies and organizations have created and invested in programmes to support and encourage the development of LGBT people +. It is interesting and we should recognize the importance of this, but we must not forget that many (the) transvestites and transsexuals even prostitute themselves because they can't work, even when they have good resumes. Many (the) LGBT + omit the your sexuality in the workplace for fear of suffering prejudice or even lose your job.

With this, a good alternative to mitigate this challenge, is to encourage and introduce entrepreneurship as a way for the inclusion of LGBT population + socioprodutiva. While our talents, the skills and vocations are engaged in realization of dreams, It is possible to have more autonomy and freedom to be who we want to be. Are in initiatives such as Local Economic Development Agency (Adel), through the diversity project in Rural Youth Entrepreneurship, and hundreds of other organizations that work tirelessly to the LGBT population + gain greater visibility, What we believe. The fight goes on fundamental for ensuring our rights, by ressignification of freedom and mainly by the generation of opportunities, respect and recognition as citizens.

Originally published in Tribuna do Ceará.