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  • Writer's pictureLuiza Bruscato

Brazilian Roundtable participates in a meeting that brings together 27 countries.

The Brazilian Roundtable on Sustainable Livestock, represented by Executive Director Luiza Bruscato, participated in the Annual FOLUR Meeting, held on April 17 in São Paulo. The event brought together representatives from the 27 member countries of the FOLUR Impact Program, Implementation Agencies, key partners, the private sector, and the Global Environment Facility (GEF) Secretariat.

The meeting's objective is to facilitate learning, networking, and collaboration, where all stakeholders can focus on global issues, build partnerships to leverage investments, and advance long-term strategic planning for the next stages of the Program's implementation.

One of the projects under the GEF-FOLUR Program is being carried out in the Brazilian Cerrado, aiming to expand the area of sustainable landscape management and rebuild the value chains of beef cattle and soy. In Brazil, FOLUR is represented by the Vertentes Project, executed by SENAR, and led by MAPA and MMA.

The FOLUR – Food Systems, Land Use and Restoration Impact Program – is an initiative overseen by the World Bank and supported by the GEF, aiming to transform the global food system by promoting sustainable and integrated landscapes, and effective commodity value chains. Beef, cocoa, maize, coffee, palm oil, rice, soy, and wheat are the focus commodities of the 27 nations and the global platform of the Impact Program. For more information about FOLUR, visit [here](

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