ABOUT US

PARTNERSHIP PLATFORM FOR THE AMAZON

The Partners for the Amazon Platform (PPA) is a multisectoral collective action initiative that aims to develop and identify innovative and tangible solutions for the sustainable development and conservation of biodiversity, forests and natural resources in the Brazilian Amazon. Created at the end of 2017, the PPA seeks to leverage investments with a positive socio-environmental impact in the Brazilian Amazon, share good practices and foster innovative partnerships that integrate all sectors of society.

Acting as a catalyst for multisectoral partnerships, the PPA has a portfolio of programs and projects that encourage Territorial Development and the strengthening of Businesses with a Social and Environmental Impact in the Amazon. 

THEORY OF CHANGE PPA

Timeline

2016
2017
2018
2019
2020
2020/2021
2021
2022
2022
2022
first joints
Beginning of co-design of the PPA proposal by USAID. 16 organizations involved (USAID, Bioversity/CIAT Alliance and 13 other institutions)
Partners for the Amazon Platform Foundation (PPA)
Descriptive: Launch of the Platform in Manaus with its initial members. (15 organizations involved)
1st FIINSA and launch of the PPA Acceleration and Investment Program
Expansion of the Platform in Amazonas, with the entry of 14 more members. (29 organizations involved)
Proposition of Thematic Groups in the PPA
Expansion of the Platform in Pará, with the entry of more members in the State. (37 organizations involved)
Creation of the Executive Secretariat of the PPA and launch of the Amazon Rounds on the SITAWI Collective Loan Platform
Inauguration of the first PPA Deliberative Council, formed by 15 business leaders and the US Ambassador at the time, Todd Chapman. (50 organizations involved)
Launch and implementation of the PPA Solidariedade program: Response to Covid-19
Adequacy of programs to respond to COVID-19 and creation of PPA Solidariedade to help face the crisis. (26 organizations involved)
Collective construction and launch of the PPA Acceleration Thesis
document that reinforces the Platform's vision of leveraging opportunities and promoting impact acceleration programs in the Amazon. (40 organizations involved)
Collective construction and launch of the PPA Theory of Change
Document that recognizes the current scenario of the PPA and, therefore, seeks to create a shared vision with its partners, in addition to the paths to reach Impact, considering the strategies, lines of action and results built collectively. (28 organizations involved)
Execution of the 1st Mapping Paths to the Amazon
first edition of a mapping of initiatives that support impact organizations active in the Amazon, committed to the sustainable development of the region. (83 organizations involved)
Beginning of the collective construction of the PPA Territorial Development Thesis
Document that aims to structure the Platform's multiple possibilities for action in Amazonian territories, understanding the geographic and social diversity of the region. (43 organizations involved so far)

VISION

Amazon(s) with quality of life, rich biodiversity and sustainable use of its natural resources.

VALUES

To demonstrate excellence and commitment to delivery quality, respecting agreements, deadlines and requirements, in order to always generate relevant and accessible products;

act in collaboration, valuing the principles of transparency, inclusion and genuine interest in people. For this, the ability to dialogue, with active listening and empathy, is essential, promoting an environment of real companionship; 

Will have proactivity as a principle, based on a proactive, creative, courageous and action-oriented attitude.

GOVERNANCE

The PPA is coordinated by the Executive Secretariat, under the guidance of the Deliberative Council.

Executive Secretariat

The PPA Executive Secretariat is the body responsible for coordinating its program management, as well as monitoring and evaluating projects supported by the PPA. In addition, it represents the PPA in its contacts with other organizations, implementing the PPA strategy together with the PPA Fund Manager.

Deliberative Council

It is the PPA body responsible for the strategic transversal guidelines of the PPA and for the supervision of its implementing bodies: the Executive Secretariat and the PPA Fund Manager. It is formed by representatives of the top management of private sector organizations with an interest in working collaboratively for sustainable solutions for the Amazon.

PPA Fund Manager

The PPA Fund Manager manages the financial resources mobilized through the PPA.

WHO WE ARE

Executive Secretariat

Augusto Corrêa
Augusto Corrêa

CEO
augusto.correa@ppa.org.br

Project management

Denyse Mello
denyse mello

Project Manager
denyse@ppa.org.br

Juliana Simionato
Juliana Simionato

Project Manager
juliana.simionato@ppa.org.br

Bruna Cunha
Bruna Cunha

Project Analyst
bruna.cunha@ppa.org.br

Engagement

Eduardo Rocha
Eduardo Rocha

Engagement Manager
eduardo.rocha@ppa.org.br

Juliana Splendore
Juliana Splendor

Engagement Coordinator
juliana.splendore@ppa.org.br

 COMMUNICATION

Júlia Pimenta
Júlia Pimenta

Operations manager
julia.pimenta@ppa.org.br

Amanda Araújo
Amanda Araújo

Communication Analyst
amanda.araujo@ppa.org.br