is a collective action platform that seeks to engage the private sector to foster new models of sustainable development in the Amazon, creating opportunities for the region's 25 million inhabitants. With thematic meetings and constructions with strategic institutions active in the biome, it can leverage social and environmental investments, fostering the development of transformative partnerships, sharing best practices and creating a collaborative environment for the development of joint solutions to Amazonian challenges. Our network already has large, medium and small companies, civil society organizations and international partners who share our goals.




Group that works to develop projects with impact in the Amazon, considering the peculiarities of businesses, entrepreneurs and the biome.

Some of active organizations: Ambev, Fundo Vale and MOV Investimentos. 


Group that works to convert technical-scientific knowledge and incentive laws for the Amazon Bioeconomy into practices that impact the territory.

Some of the active organizations: iCS, Instituto Humanize and Grupo Rede Amazônica.


Group that works to increase access to Amazonian products and services to regular markets and foster inclusive networks of social providers.

Some of active organizations: Dow, Vale and Tucum.


Group that works to promote territorial development initiatives in the Amazon and give visibility to opportunities for multisectoral cooperation.

Some of active organizations: Hydro, Suzano and Alcoa.


USAID starts co-designing the PPA, together with 13 companies operating in the Amazon, and strategic partners such as IDESAM and CIAT.
PPA launch in Manaus, with its 15 initial members.
First Amazon Impact Investing and Sustainable Business Forum (FIINSA, in the Portuguese acronym), and launch of the PPA Acceleration and Investment Program. PPA expands with 14 additional members.
PPA expands in Pará, with the inclusion of more companies from that state, totaling 37 at the end of the year.
Launch of the Collective Loan Platform. Adaptation of programs to respond to COVID-19 and creation of the PPA Solidarity to help tackle the crisis.
Inauguration of the first Deliberative Council, formed by 15 business leaders and US Ambassador Todd Chapman.
Consolidation of the Executive Secretariat, the Acceleration Thesis and the Platform's governance.


The Amazon is important for the entire planet – the forest influences the Earth's environmental balance, concentrates a fifth of the world's fresh water and is one of the most biodiverse regions, with 20% of all animal species. Much of this wealth is in Brazil. The Legal Amazon occupies 60% of the Brazilian territory, but only contributes about 8% of the country's gross domestic product. With more than 25 million inhabitants, the region is under pressure from predatory and illegal economic activities that threaten the world's largest rainforest. It is necessary to create viable economic alternatives to improve the quality of life of Amazon peoples, while protecting forest biodiversity and natural resources.

The Partnership Platform for the Amazon believes that it is possible to combine these two objectives and create new economic models for the region. We understand the challenges we face, in particular the lack of infrastructure, associated with the sheer size of the region. We are also aware of the opportunities offered by the Amazon: its great potential, the diversity of its people, and the power of the forest. When indigenous, quilombola, riverine, and urban populations share the same territory, it is vital to promote mutual understanding and dialogue. The PPA provides a collaborative space for companies, organized civil society and other partners to find solutions to those challenges, while valuing and developing the opportunities.

The private sector has played a key role in developing new ideas and new partnerships to co-create and co-invest in solutions, and it is an essential actor for unlocking sustainable development in the region. We believe in private businesses’ ability to innovate and catalyze positive change in the Amazon. Together, we can create new realities that protect forest biodiversity and natural resources, and thus bring development and prosperity to Amazon communities.


The PPA is coordinated by the Executive Secretariat, under the guidance of the Deliberative Council and in contact with Thematic Groups (WGs). Each WG also has a committee led by member companies that organizes its activities.

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.


Augusto Corrêa
Augusto Corrêa

Executive Secretary

Eduardo Rocha
Eduardo Rocha

Engagement Manager

Denyse Mello
denyse mello

Project Manager

Camile Lisboa
Camile Lisbon

Project Analyst

Juliana Simionato
Juliana Simionato

Project coordinator

Amanda Araújo
Amanda Araújo

Communication Analyst

Júlia Pimenta
Júlia Pimenta

Communication Manager