Francisca Arara is from the Arara Nation in Acre, Brazil. She has overseen a range of organizations for over 20 years focusing on critical issues such as climate change. She was the coordinator for the Organization of Indigenous Teachers of Acre (OPIAC), political advisor of the Association of the Movement of Indigenous Environmental Agents of Acre (AMAIAAC) and has collaborated extensively in the construction of the Incentive System for Environmental Services (SISA) of Acre. Currently. Francisca is head of the Department of Regulation at IM (Institute for Climate Change of Acre) and Chair of the Regional Committee for Partnerships with Indigenous Peoples and Other Traditional Populations of the Governors’ Task Force (GCF).
Chair of the Regional Committee
Partnerships with Indigenous Peoples and Other Traditional Populations of GCF
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