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Rice harvest, Rondonia, Brazil. stock photo
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Family feeding turkeys, Mogeiro, Paraiba, Brazil. stock photo
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Farmer-settler in Amazonia, Roulim de Moura, Rondonia, Brazil. stock photo
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Photo relates to the work of APAEB (Association of Small Farmers of the State of Bahia) who help improve the local economy and culture of Valente, Bahia, in the dry Northeastern ’Sertao’ region of Brazil. Sisal is the main crop grown in the semi-arid climate, and is seen drying on the farm of Jose Elias Lima Lopes. stock photo
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Photo relates to the work of APAEB (Association of Small Farmers of the State of Bahia) who help improve the local economy and culture of Valente, Bahia, in the dry Northeastern ’Sertao’ region of Brazil. Sisal is the main crop grown in the semi-arid climate, and is processed at this APAEB factory. Treating and processing the sisal fibres. stock photo
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Photo relates to the work of APAEB (Association of Small Farmers of the State of Bahia) who help improve the local economy and culture of Valente, Bahia, in the dry Northeastern ’Sertao’ region of Brazil. Sisal is the main crop grown in the semi-arid climate, and is processed at this APAEB factory. Treating and processing the sisal fibres. stock photo
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Farmers carrying hoes walking to their fields. The Santana Quilombo, near Quatis, Rio de Janeiro state. (A Quilombo is a settlement of former African slaves who escaped their masters and fled into the interior of Brazil 150-300 years ago). stock photo
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Goat rearing project of CEDAPP in Laje de Carrapicho village, near Pesqueira, Pernambuco, Brazil. stock photo
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Photo relates to the work of APAEB (Association of Small Farmers of the State of Bahia) who help improve the local economy and culture of Valente, Bahia, in the dry Northeastern ’Sertao’ region of Brazil. Sisal is the main crop grown in the semi-arid climate, and is seen drying on the farm of Jose Elias Lima Lopes. stock photo
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Photo relates to the work of APAEB (Association of Small Farmers of the State of Bahia) who help improve the local economy and culture of Valente, Bahia, in the dry Northeastern ’Sertao’ region of Brazil. Sisal is the main crop grown in the semi-arid climate, and is seen drying on the farm of Jose Elias Lima Lopes. stock photo
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Photo relates to the work of APAEB (Association of Small Farmers of the State of Bahia) who help improve the local economy and culture of Valente, Bahia, in the dry Northeastern ’Sertao’ region of Brazil. Sisal is the main crop grown in the semi-arid climate, and is seen drying on the farm of Jose Elias Lima Lopes. stock photo
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Photo relates to the work of APAEB (Association of Small Farmers of the State of Bahia) who help improve the local economy and culture of Valente, Bahia, in the dry Northeastern ’Sertao’ region of Brazil. APAEB has it’s own school where the children of farmers study alternating weeks, with an emphasis on local farming knowledge. stock photo
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Photo relates to the work of APAEB (Association of Small Farmers of the State of Bahia) who help improve the local economy and culture of Valente, Bahia, in the dry Northeastern ’Sertao’ region of Brazil. APAEB has it’s own school where the children of farmers study alternating weeks, with an emphasis on local farming knowledge. stock photo
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Photo relates to the work of APAEB (Association of Small Farmers of the State of Bahia) who help improve the local economy and culture of Valente, Bahia, in the dry Northeastern ’Sertao’ region of Brazil. APAEB has it’s own school where the children of farmers study alternating weeks, with an emphasis on local farming knowledge. stock photo
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Woman holding pumkins which she cultivated. The Santana Quilombo, near Quatis, Rio de Janeiro state. (A Quilombo is a settlement of former African slaves who escaped their masters and fled into the interior of Brazil 150-300 years ago). stock photo
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Goat rearing project of CEDAPP in Laje de Carrapicho village, near Pesqueira, Pernambuco. Gislane Mendes is feeding and looking after the goats, Brazil. stock photo
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Photo relates to the work of APAEB (Association of Small Farmers of the State of Bahia) who help improve the local economy and culture of Valente, Bahia, in the dry Northeastern ’Sertao’ region of Brazil. Goat farming is a major source of income for local farmers, these belonging to farmer Jose Elias Lima Lopes. stock photo
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Photo relates to the work of APAEB (Association of Small Farmers of the State of Bahia) who help improve the local economy and culture of Valente, Bahia, in the dry Northeastern ’Sertao’ region of Brazil. Goat farming is a major source of income for local farmers, these belonging to farmer Jose Elias Lima Lopes. stock photo
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Photo relates to the work of APAEB (Association of Small Farmers of the State of Bahia) who help improve the local economy and culture of Valente, Bahia, in the dry Northeastern ’Sertao’ region of Brazil. Sisal is the main crop grown in the semi-arid climate, and is processed at this APAEB factory. Treating and processing the sisal fibres. stock photo
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Photo relates to the work of APAEB (Association of Small Farmers of the State of Bahia) who help improve the local economy and culture of Valente, Bahia, in the dry Northeastern ’Sertao’ region of Brazil. Sisal is the main crop grown in the semi-arid climate, and is processed at this APAEB factory. Sorting out the sial fibres before making into rugs. stock photo
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Man carrying boy in wheelbarrow. Village of Novo Cajueiro, near Pesqueira, Pernambuco. This community had recently been settled here after being moved from a protected reservation of Socorro Indians, Brazil. stock photo
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Goat rearing project of CEDAPP in Laje de Carrapicho village, near Pesqueira, Pernambuco. Roas Danielson Franca (in brightly colored shirt) is the owner and mother of the household, Brazil. stock photo
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Worker spraying lettuce with insecticide at a farm in Gatos, near Ibiuna in Sao Paulo State, Brazil. stock photo
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Photo relates to the work of APAEB (Association of Small Farmers of the State of Bahia) who help improve the local economy and culture of Valente, Bahia, in the dry Northeastern ’Sertao’ region of Brazil. Sisal is the main crop grown in the semi-arid climate, and is processed at this APAEB factory. Men operating machines for making sisal rugs. stock photo
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Photo relates to the work of APAEB (Association of Small Farmers of the State of Bahia) who help improve the local economy and culture of Valente, Bahia, in the dry Northeastern ’Sertao’ region of Brazil. Sisal is the main crop grown in the semi-arid climate, and is seen drying on the farm of Jose Elias Lima Lopes. stock photo
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Photo relates to the work of APAEB (Association of Small Farmers of the State of Bahia) who help improve the local economy and culture of Valente, Bahia, in the dry Northeastern ’Sertao’ region of Brazil. Sisal is the main crop grown in the semi-arid climate, and is seen drying on the farm of Jose Elias Lima Lopes. stock photo
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Photo relates to the work of APAEB (Association of Small Farmers of the State of Bahia) who help improve the local economy and culture of Valente, Bahia, in the dry Northeastern ’Sertao’ region of Brazil. Sisal is the main crop grown in the semi-arid climate, and is seen drying on the farm of Jose Elias Lima Lopes. stock photo
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Farmer cultivating a small piece of land at Tinbo Quilombo, Pernambuco. Quilombos were first settled by descendants of African slaves who escaped 300 years ago, Brazil. stock photo
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Photo relates to the work of APAEB (Association of Small Farmers of the State of Bahia) who help improve the local economy and culture of Valente, Bahia, in the dry Northeastern ’Sertao’ region of Brazil. Sisal is the main crop grown in the semi-arid climate, and is being cut and loaded onto a donkey on the farm of Jose Elias Lima Lopes. stock photo
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Photo relates to the work of APAEB (Association of Small Farmers of the State of Bahia) who help improve the local economy and culture of Valente, Bahia, in the dry Northeastern ’Sertao’ region of Brazil. Sisal is the main crop grown in the semi-arid climate, and is being cut and loaded onto a donkey on the farm of Jose Elias Lima Lopes. stock photo
         
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