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The Indigenous Cultural and Training Centre (CCFI) is an initiative of the Fraternity – International Humanitarian Federation (FIHF), in partnership with Operation Welcome, and its objective is to promote a safe and peaceful space in which local, immigrant and refugee indigenous people have the opportunity for building a more dignified life. For this, the CCFI acts in such a way as to foster artistic and cultural expressions, technical-professional training, learning the Portuguese language, and preparation for the job market, as well as indigenous entrepreneurship initiatives. Inaugurated in May of 2021, the CCFI has become a benchmark in the assistance of the indigenous population in the city of Boa Vista, Roraima.
The Humanitarian Fraternity (FIHF) is grateful to Operation Welcome, to the Ministry of Citizenship, and all the organizations that have joined efforts to improve the quality of life, social emancipation and income generation of the population cared for by the CCFI.
The program seeks to encourage the overall development of participants through the development of human skills and technical tools relevant to their life path and a productive insertion into the world of work, so the individual can gain their autonomy, taking on responsibility and a leading role in their personal and collective life.
The CCFI supports recipients who want to start their own business and create self-sufficiency through offering mentorship and assessment services to new entrepreneurs, and courses in the area of entrepreneurship, as well as having a physical space available which can serve as an incubator for new initiatives.
The program seeks to encourage the overall development of the participants through the deployment of human skills and technical tools relevant to their life path and productive insertion into the world of work, so the individual can gain their autonomy, taking on responsibility and a leading role in their personal and collective life.
With a large outdoor area for in-person events and a structure for virtual events, a medicinal garden, an indoor area with two multimedia rooms, a computer lab with internet, a public service room, a meeting room, a sewing and shoe shop, a barber shop and a semi-industrial kitchen, the CCFI has an excellent infrastructure to host cultural and social events aimed at the integration of immigrant and national indigenous peoples.
The CCFI seeks to improve the capabilities of indigenous associations through partnerships for structuring, legal advice, liaising, participation in public notices and provision of material resources.
Your collaboration is fundamental for supporting CCFI activities!
BANCO ITAÚ S/A (341)
Ag: 3204 | C/C: 12929-4
SWIF ITAUBRSP IBAN: BR59 6070 1190 0320 4000 0129 294C 1
Razão Social: Fraternidade – Missões Humanitárias Internacionais
Chave PIX, CNPJ: 32040076000137
Envie seu comprovante de depósito ou transferência bancária para o e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, confirme que sua doação foi para as ações do Centro Cultural e de Formação Indígena (CCFI), e nossa equipe entrará em contato enviando o recibo de sua doação.