Neoenergia Institute launches "Our Voices" that presents life stories of beneficiaries and partners

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Credit: School of News, Lucas Gregório Viana

The Neoenergia Institute launches, on Monday (19), the digital editorial project Our Voices, which brings testimonials from beneficiaries and partners. They are inspiring stories of those dedicated to sustainable development and are directly impacted by the organization's social investment.

"The idea is to show the relevance of our projects from the point of view of the people who are involved in the actions and experience closely the power of  transformation of these initiatives. We want these reports to help raise awareness among people and organizations about the importance of sustainable development to overcome social and environmental challenges," explains Renata Chagas, ceo of the Neoenergia Institute.

All testimonials will be published on the platforms of the Neoenergia Institute and hosted in a special section on the institution's website, where videos, photos and texts about each character will be gathered. The content was produced in collaboration with the School of News, an organization accelerated in 2020 by another project of the Institute, the Social Acceleration Program Impactô. Every two months, a new story will be released, presenting in detail the trajectory of the person in question and promoting reflection on the importance of exercising citizenship to build a more just and egalitarian world.

The first story available tells the trajectory of Regiane, creator of the "Stella Project", which offers school support to children living in an occupation in the neighborhood of Jardim dos Reis, in Franco da Rocha (SP). "Studying opens the mind," he says. She also participated in the Social Impactô, an initiative that aims to boost the development of civil society organizations and social businesses through mentoring in the areas of strategic management, business and innovation. 

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