Maré says NO to coronavirus campaign

Redes da Maré started in March the campaign Maré says NO to Coronavirus, aimed at the population of the 16 slums of Maré. With the support of a network of partnerships, this initiative seeks to face the humanitarian crisis caused by the virus. The campaign is organized on the following fronts:

 



Delivery of food baskets and personal hygiene and cleaning items
for the poorest families in the 16 favelas of Maré and/or for those who are in a situation of greater social vulnerability. Initially, for the families identified by Census Maré and by indications from local partner organizations and, afterward, through the WhatsApp channel, ‘Eyes on Corona!’.


Production and distribution of 300 daily hot meals for the homeless, primarily from the crack use scene, which is located at Flavia Farnese Street, in Parque Maré, and at Avenida Brasil, in Parque União. Forty of the meals are delivered at home for sick people, unable to cook their own meal, and another 50, are donated to the ‘Consultório na Rua’, of the Municipal Health Secretariat.




Income for women on two fronts:
women from the project ‘Flavors of Maré’, who are preparing the hot meals, and seamstresses who are producing masks to be distributed to the population of the 16 favelas of Maré. They all lost their income in this period of crisis. SEE MORE»



Collection of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
for distribution to professionals working in the seven Basic Health Units, in the three Psychosocial Care Centers, in the Maré Emergency Unit (UPA Maré) and in the Street Office. SEE MORE»




Daily online service to accommodate demands related to health issues, violations and doubts on how to access rights. In the case of people who report possible contamination by the Coronavirus, we monitor the families to guide them on which public services can be accessed. The contact is made by email and the reception is conducted, by WhatsApp, by lawyers, psychologists and social workers. Residents should send their name, telephone and situation via e-mail at marededireitos@redesdamare.org.br. SEE MORE»


Communication and prevention actions directed to the residents of the 16 favelas of Maré and neighboring communities,
about the Coronavirus, in partnership with Fiocruz, with verified information by safe sources and production of daily contents. We also observe the situation, impacts and advance of the virus in Maré. These contents have been used in texts, interviews, podcasts, posters, social networks, newspaper, and many other medias, focusing on approaching the favela and peripheries public. SEE MORE»




Public call with grants for local actions of art collectives, culture and communication that work in Maré. See the details:

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All of the emergency actions of the campaign ‘Maré says NO to Coronavirus’ are intrinsically related to the work methodology of Redes da Maré. These are organized around four themes that we consider essential in our historical work with the population of the 16 favelas of Maré: Food security, Income generation, Access to rights and Production and dissemination of information and safe content.

Get to know the Action Plan for Coping with Covid-19 in Favelas and peripheries, prepared by local leaders and researchers and presented to managers of the City of Rio on May 1st.


READ HERE

 

CAMPAIGN FOLLOW-UP

From March 27, when the delivery of hot meals and food baskets started, to May 16, 10,735 food baskets and cleaning kits, 11,450 meals for homeless and 9,000 masks were delivered for Maré’s population. Daily, local organizations and Redes da Maré think and outline the strategies of action in the territory, to deal with the needs and urgencies of the more than 140 thousand residents of the favelas of Maré. Redes da Maré team is consolidating a database and conducting online interviews with each person registered to ensure delivery to those who need it the most, such as families who lost income or were already without one. From April 30 to May 16, more than 3,260 interviews were made by phone.


About us

Redes da Maré is an institution created by residents of Maré, where around 140 thousand people live. In our social projects, we directly benefit more than 4,500 residents, in addition to their families and neighbors. These are actions in the areas of education, art, culture, memory, public security and territorial development that seek to overcome the historical inequality faced by favela populations, with special attention to certain social segments, such as children, youth and women.

 

Campaign Objective

To reach institutional networks and individuals for donations of material items and financial resources for the purchase of basic items to be distributed to residents of Maré who, during the Coronavirus crisis, demand greater care and attention.

 

 

 

Coverage Territory

Maré is a group of 16 slums located in the North Zone of the municipality of Rio de Janeiro, between Avenida Brasil and the Red and Yellow Lines, with an area of ​​around 5 km2, and legally recognized as a neighborhood since 1994.

According to the 2013 Maré Census, the 16 slums have 139,073 inhabitants, distributed in 47,758 households. In population terms, it is the most populous set of slums in Rio de Janeiro. In addition, of every 49 residents in the municipality, one resides in Maré, making this neighborhood the 9th most inhabited of the 162 existing in the city.

Data from the 2010 Demographic Census, the 2013 Census Maré and the user registrations of Redes indicate that at least 55% of the residents (more than 76 thousand people) live below the poverty line used by the World Bank, which takes into account the degree of Brazilian development. Also according to this framework, 9% of residents (about 13 thousand people) are in extreme poverty.

According to the Maré Census, there are 10,262 inhabitants over the age of 60 in the 16 favelas. Of these, only 7.3% (750 people) have access to any private health service, mostly because they are linked to their children's functional health plan. In total, only 12% of the residents (less than 17 thousand people) have access to the private health service.

 
 

Priority target for donations:

 

  • Poorest families in the 16 favelas of Maré assisted by the projects of Redes da Maré and other social organizations operating in the territory, such as NGOs, neighborhood associations and churches. This public is already mapped by the professionals of the institutions, boosting access to those who demand more attention, such as the elderly, people with comorbidities and people in situations of extreme poverty.

  • People looking for Redes da Maré or who are referred by partner networks.

  • Users of "Normal Space" (Reference Center on Drugs of Maré): population with alcohol and other drugs dependence who, in part, live on the streets.

  • Informal workers who have no regular income.

Preferred items for donation:

 

  • Non-perishable foods, such as rice, beans, pasta, cornmeal, sugar, etc.

  • Foods that contribute to immunity, such as powdered milk, tuna, sardines and lemon, for example.

  • Personal hygiene items, such as liquid or bar soap, alcohol, paper towels, wet wipes, napkins, toilet paper, etc.

  • Cleaning items, such as bar soap, bleach, alcohol 70, washing powder, disinfectant, detergent, multipurpose towels, garbage bags, etc.

  • Mineral water.
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to be donated to health units in the region
  • Individual protection masks.

Eyes on Corona

The attendance for new registrations to receive basic baskets and personal hygiene and cleaning kits is temporarily suspended. Those who are already registered should wait for the contact of Redes da Maré´s team for delivery. We remain committed and working to support the population of Maré in the batlle agaisnt the coronavirus.

 

Be a volunteer!

Help the poorest families of Maré! You can support with logistics and also in the distribution of baskets to the families or with other activities, depending on your availability. Get in touch by phone and learn more!

55 21  99579-1819

Donation forms

 

  • People or companies that want to donate food, water, personal hygiene items or cleaning products taking the donation to a collection point. The collection site will be the Maré Artes Center (address below), which will operate on Tuesdays and Thursdays, between 2pm and 5pm, for this purpose. 
  • People or companies that want to donate (food, water, personal hygiene and cleaning items) directly at the collection site. The location will be the Centro de Artes da Maré (address below), which will operate from Monday to Friday, between 9am and 5pm, for this purpose. For larger deliveries or out of the opening hours, please contact us by phone at +55 21 99907-3154 or email at parcerias@redesdamare.org.br. 
  • Deposits at Redes da Maré bank account (bank details below).

    The incomes shall be used to purchase the items listed above. It should be noted that purchases will be made, primarily, with small local entrepreneurs, aiming at the circulation of resources within Maré in this period of crisis.

  • Payment methods: PayPal or Credit Card

Bank Accounts

Associação Redes de Desenvolvimento da Maré | CNPJ: 08.934.089/0001-75 

Banco do Brasil - 001
Agency: 0576-2
Account: 160.568-2 
For international donations add:
IBAN Code: BR15 0000 0000 0057 6000 1605 682C 1
Swift Code: BRASBRRJRJO

Banco Itaú S/A - 341
Agency: 0023
Account 543.38-2
For international donation add:
IBAN Code: BR83 6070 1190 0002 3000 0543 382C 1
Swift Code: ITAUBRSP 

 

Accountability

CAMPAIGN DURATION: while the Coronavirus crisis prevail

 

 

MONTHLY TARGETS:

  • 6,000 basic baskets for the poorest families of Maré;
  • 6,000 hygiene and cleaning kits for the poorest families of Maré;
  • 6,000 ready-made meals, 200 per day, with a capacity to reach 500 per day, depending on food donations, for people living on the street in Maré;
  • Allowance for women of ‘Maré de Sabores’ project who lost their source of income with the stoppage of the provision of their services. They will work during the campaign in the preparation of the hot meals.

TRANSPARENCY:

Accountability is a very important item, thought out to give full transparency to this action. Therefore, data on the amount and destination of donations received by Redes da Maré, whether of materials or financial resources, are updated weekly on this website. The routine of this initiative can also be followed through photos.

ACCOUNTABILITY / WEEKLY

BALANCE SHEET OF THE FIRST MONTH OF THE CAMPAIGN | March 27 - April 18

(A) BALANCE SHEET OF THE 1st MONTH OF DELIVERING FOOD BASKETS AND CLEANING KITS TO THE POOREST FAMILIES OF MARÉ

We reached, at April 18 of 2020, the end of the first month of delivering food baskets and cleaning kits to residents of the 16 favelas of Maré. There were four intense weeks of work, from Monday to Saturday, since March 28, in which it was possible to understand the dimension and urgency of the moment we are living in.

We started with 6,000 families, considered the poorest in the region, in order to be able to make this movement in an organized way to reach those who most need support at this time.

In the process of identifying families, in the first stage of the campaign, we had the support of the 16 Associations of Residents of Maré, three NGOs – Luta Pela Paz, Conexão G and Uerê, which have direct action with the public in the region, like Redes da Maré, in sharing the registration of its audiences. We also had suggestions from government agencies, such as Family Clinics, Guardianship Council and Pereira Passos Institute, through the Social Territories project developed in partnership with UN Habitat. The idea was to create a unified database, to avoid duplication of families receiving support and that others would not remain without help.

Our understanding is that the more we organize ourselves, the more we will be able to respond to the real demands of residents in the most populous set of favelas in Rio de Janeiro.

We also received requests to donate food baskets and cleaning kits through a whatsapp channel called ‘Eyes on Corona!’. The objective was to map the demands of families that were not included in the initial register. We received a significant number of registrations, which increased the first goal of six thousand deliveries.

Within this framework, we achieved the following results in this first month:

(i) first week 530 baskets; (ii) second week 2,338 baskets; (iii) third week 2,500 baskets; (iv) fourth week 1,904 baskets.

We distributed 7,272 baskets, an equivalent to 328 tons of food. In addition to the initial goal, we delivered 1,272 more baskets, a great achievement!

HOW WE shall WORK IN THE SECOND MONTH OF THE CAMPAIGN

For the delivery of the baskets, in the second month, we will check the data of each family that we have already delivered in the first month, that is, those of the initial registration and those registered by WhatsApp channel ‘Eyes on Corona!’. We have assembled a team of professionals from the social area to make interviews by telephone, and in some cases in person, in order to adjust possible needs in relation to the families that really need this donation.

The standard we are adopting is one food basket and cleaning kit per household. We believe that, in this way, we will be able to get a sense of the real demand of the people who most need help -considering those who already demand support before the coronavirus crisis and also the number of workers who are unable to fulfill their functions because of quarantine.

(B) DAILY DELIVERY OF HOT MEALS TO THE STREET POPULATION, CRACK USERS OF FLÁVIA FARNESE STREET AND AVENIDA BRASIL AND SOME SICK PEOPLE AT HOME

Since the first day of this action, on March 27, 2020, 4,600 meals have been produced and distributed to the homeless in Maré. Among the items purchased and received as a donation, the volume of food offered at meals was 5 tons. This action also generates work and income for women at ‘Flavors of Maré’, who lost their jobs due to service interruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic. 

From this initiative, called ‘Flavors and Care’, the professionals of Redes da Maré can accompany this public that already attended the ‘Normal Space’ - an institution's project and facility - and is part of the most vulnerable group of people at contamination by Coronavirus. 

Thus, it is possible to meet three essential demands: (1) to generate work and income for women involved in the ‘Flavors of Maré’ buffet service, an activity suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic; (2) provision of food for the homeless, ensuring access to food security and healthy food; (3) maintaining basic health monitoring for this population, facilitating access to medical care and guidance on prevention and care.

With the fundraising, it was also possible to buy food, complementing the daily menu of meals distributed. The team that takes care of this work is composed by 35 people distributed between production and distribution of meals, being 12 cooks, three women responsible for the support and cleaning of the kitchen, one driver and 19 volunteers.

HOW WE SHALL WORK IN THE SECOND MONTH OF THE CAMPAIGN

We expanded our operations, with the production and distribution of 300 daily hot meals, 50 of which for people served by the ‘Consultório na Rua’, of the Municipal Health Secretariat, also on the streets close to Maré.


(C) COLLECTIVE DISTRIBUTION OF HYGIENE products AND CHOCOLATE

The campaign has also been articulating a network of partnerships with institutions, companies and individuals that make donations possible in small and large quantities of specific items, such as food, personal hygiene and cleaning materials and even chocolates. For this type of donation, we are developing a distribution methodology articulated with our network of local partners, which includes 16 Residents’ Associations, 05 non-governmental organizations and 17 collectives. From this partnership, in this first month of the campaign, it was possible to distribute door to door: 4,008 detergents; 15,440 alcohol gel kits, 19,068 shampoos and 4,680 conditioners; 4,800 chocolate bunnies.

 

 
SEE BELOW THE RESULTS WEEK BY WEEK

ACCOUNTABILITY REPORT (PDF)

 

 

13th WEEK OF COLLECTION AND DISTRIBUTION

JUNE 14 TO JUNE 20 / 2020

RECEIVED DONATIONS:

  • 400 food baskets and 400 cleaning kits donated by Brazil Foundation
  • 500 food baskets purchased with donations from Instituto Unibanco
  • 75 food baskets and 75 cleaning kits donated by Instituto Nissan
  • 6.064 cloth masks donated by A. Brand
  • 900 dozen of eggs donated by Rio Contra o Corona
  • 2.400 flasks of alcohol gel donated by Fiocruz
  • 2.004 flasks of alcohol gel donated by Salon Line
  • 1.200 pots of yogurt donated by Fiocruz
  • 18.631 cloth masks made by the seamstresses from Maré

 
DISTRIBUTION:

Donated items to residents in their homes during the week:

  • 403 food baskets
  • 403 hygiene and cleaning kits
  • 500 cloth masks
  • 15,500 cloth masks at Vila Pinheiro
  • 1,500 cloth masks at Morro do Timbáu
  • 2,000 cloth masks at Bento Ribeiro Dantas
  • 500 masks to street actions
  • 50 masks to infected families

Other actions:

  • Disinfection of the streets of Morro do Timbau, Bento Ribeiro Dantas, Vila dos Pinheiros e Conjunto Pinheiro.

Favelas where food baskets and cleaning kits were delivered:

  • Salsa e Merengue, Conjunto Pinheiros, Conjunto Esperança, Bento Ribeiro Dantas, Morro do Timbau, Baixa do Sapateiro, Nova Maré, Parque Maré, Nova Holanda, Parque Rubens Vaz, Parque União, Roquete Pinto, Praia de Ramos e Marcílio Dias, Vila do João e Vila dos Pinheiros.

Donations to street residents during the week:

  • 2,050 meals distributed
  • 200 meals distributed for “Consultório na Rua”

Where the meals were distributed:

  • Flavia Farnese Street, in Parque Maré
  • Avenida Brasil, near Parque União

Itens distributed at 7 basic health units, 3 CAPS, 1 UPA and 1 Consultório de Rua:

  • Consultório na Rua – 700 surgical masks / 180 aprons / 400 cloth masks

Door to door donations:

This week, in a partnership with the Residents Associations, all the households in Nova Maré and Morro do Timbau received one bottle of alcohol gel, donated by L´Óreal, in a total of 2,160.

Production of masks by project “Tecendo máscaras e cuidados”:

  • 19,435 masks were produced by 54 seamstresses from Maré.

Socio-legal assistance and access to rights:

The online service of ‘Eyes on Corona!’ received 18 contacts related to health issues, violations and questions about how to access rights. The most accessed demands were: access to emergency assistance (6), others (4), access to regular benefits (3), mental health issues (3), food security (3), access to health care (1), violence against women (1), divorce (1). In the same contact, more than one demand may arise, for this reason the number of demands is greater than that of contacts.

People involved with the logistics for the week:

  • 52 people at Centro de Artes da Maré each day.
    Throughout the week there were 95 people involved.

Number of vehicles for delivery:

  • 14 cars
  • 04 kombis
  • 03 Nissan cars in a lending contract

Social Interviews:

756 social interviews made from June 7 to June 20, with a total of 7,244 since the beginning of this work front, at April 30.



 

 

12th WEEK OF COLLECTION AND DISTRIBUTION

JUNE 07 TO JUNE 14 / 2020

RECEIVED DONATIONS:

  • 1,619 food baskets and cleaning kits donated by Instituto Unibanco
  • 600 boxes of banana + 1,000 vegetable boxes + 500 egg cartons + 51 boxes of watercress donated by Instituto Galo da Manhã and Instituto Unibanco
  • 6,000 bottles of mineral water donated by Ambev
  • 181 food baskets donated by Credit Suisse
  • 50 food baskets donated by Lefosse Advogados
  • 917 books "Em Cima Daquela Serra" and 600 books "O Menino Azul" donated by Itaú Social24 units of alcohol spray + 9 kits with mayonnaise and sauce donated by Vila do Pinheiro Residents' Association
  • 50 meals donated by Celeiro restaurant 


 
DISTRIBUTION:

Donated items to residents in their homes during the week:
  • 2,405 food baskets
  • 2,405 hygiene and cleaning kits
  • 1,500 cloth masks
  • 3,240 flasks of alcohol gel at Baixa do Sapateiro and Nova Maré
  • 9,400 cloth masks at Baixa do Sapateiro
  • 3,200 cloth masks at Nova Maré
  • 200 masks at Casa das Mulheres
  • 30 masks for students at Maré de Belezas

Other actions:

Disinfection of the streets of Parque União, Rubens Vaz, Nova Holanda, Parque Maré, Nova Maré and Baixa do Sapateiro.

Favelas where food baskets and cleaning kits were delivered:

  • Salsa e Merengue, Conjunto Pinheiros, Conjunto Esperança, Bento Ribeiro Dantas, Morro do Timbau, Baixa do Sapateiro, Nova Maré, Parque Maré, Nova Holanda, Parque Rubens Vaz, Parque União, Roquete Pinto, Praia de Ramos e Marcílio Dias, Vila do João e Vila dos Pinheiros.

Donations to street residents during the week:

  • 1,900 meals distributed
  • 200 meals distributed for “Consultório na Rua”

Where the meals were distributed:

  • Flavia Farnese Street, in Parque Maré
  • Avenida Brasil, near Parque União

Itens distributed at 7 basic health units, 3 CAPS, 1 UPA and 1 Consultório de Rua:

  • Centro Municipal de Saúde Vila do João – 65 N95 Masks / 300 surgical masks / 300 aprons / 4 flasks of alcohol gel

Door to door donations:

This week, in a partnership with the Residents Associations, all the households in Baixa do Sapateiro and Nova Maré received one bottle of alcohol gel, donated by L´Óreal, in a total of:

  • Baixa do Sapateiro - 2,400 bottles and 9,400 fabric masks
  • Nova Maré - 840 bottles and 3,200 fabric masks

Production of masks by project “Tecendo máscaras e cuidados”:

  • 19,127 masks were produced by 54 seamstresses from Maré.

Socio-legal assistance and access to rights:

The online service of ‘Eyes on Corona!’ received 18 contacts related to health issues, violations and questions about how to access rights. The most accessed demands were: access to emergency assistance (6), others (4), access to regular benefits (3), mental health issues (3), food security (3), access to health care (1), violence against women (1), divorce (1). In the same contact, more than one demand may arise, for this reason the number of demands is greater than that of contacts.

People involved with the logistics for the week:

  • 52 people at Centro de Artes da Maré each day.
  • Throughout the week there were 95 people involved.

Number of vehicles for delivery:

  • 14 cars
  • 04 kombis
  • 03 Nissan cars in a lending contract

Social Interviews:

705 social interviews made from June 7 to June 13, with a total of 6,488 since the beginning of this work front, at April 30.

 

 

11th WEEK OF COLLECTION AND DISTRIBUTION
MAY 31 TO JUNE 30 / 2020

RECEIVED DONATIONS:

  • Purchase of proteins and other ingredients to prepare the 300 daily meals with donation from Instituto Unibanco
  • Purchase of vegetables to prepare the 300 daily meals (vegetarian) with donation from the NGO Comida Consciente
  • 2,003 food baskets donated by Fiocruz (Fundação Oswaldo Cruz)
  • 772 food baskets + 772 cleaning kits purchased by Redes da Maré with donations from Ministério Público do Trabalho do Rio de Janeiro
  • 500 cestas + 500 kits de limpeza comprados pela Redes da Maré com doação do Itaú Social
  • 500 food baskets + 500 cleaning kits purchased by Redes da Maré with donations from Itaú Social
  • 133 food baskets donated by Qualitech
  • 6,000 bottles of water donated by Ambev
  • 407 gallons of disinfectants + 12 boxes of gloves purchased by Redes da Maré with donations from Banco do Brasil Foundation• 08 sprayers for disinfecting the streets of Maré, which will happen in June, in partnership with COMLURB, through donations from ArqFuturo, Bei e Galo do Amanhã.
  • Caixas de legumes, verduras, ovos e bananas doadas pelo Galo do Amanhã
  • Boxes of vegetables, eggs and bananas donated by Galo do Amanhã
  • 750 units of alcohol gel + 150 mask kits (each kit comes with 5 masks) + 700 units of disposable cap + 400 units of TNT aprons + 7 boxes of gloves M donated by Instituto Unibanco
  • 4,940 disposable aprons purchased by Redes da Maré
  • 2,700 books (approximately) - Titles “O Menino Azul” and “Em cima daquela serra” - donated by Itaú Social
  • 50 meals donated by Celeiro restaurant 

INDIVIDUAL DONATIONS (ITEMS):

  • 100 masks donated by individual donors

 
DISTRIBUTION:

Donated items to residents in their homes during the week:

  • 2,268 food baskets
  • 2,556 hygiene and cleaning kits
  • 4,800 cloth masks 
  • 7,167 cloth masks at Roquete Pinto
  • 5,000 cloth masks to health units
  • 800 cloth masks at open fairs 
  • 200 cloth masks for work team and volunteers 
  • 150 cloth masks to Coletivo de Capoeira Mestre Manoel
  • 30 cloth masks to families fighting Covid-19

Other actions:

  • Collage of posters from ‘Eyes on Corona!’ campaign, in partnership with Fiocruz.
  • Beginning of disinfection of the streets of Marcílio Dias, Praia de Ramos and Roquete Pinto favelas.

Favelas where food baskets and cleaning kits were delivered:

  • Salsa e Merengue, Conjunto Pinheiros, Conjunto Esperança, Bento Ribeiro Dantas, Morro do Timbau, Baixa do Sapateiro, Nova Maré, Parque Maré, Nova Holanda, Parque Rubens Vaz, Parque União, Roquete Pinto, Praia de Ramos e Marcílio Dias, Vila do João e Vila dos Pinheiros.

Donations to street residents during the week:

  • 1,900 meals distributed
  • 200 meals distributed for “Consultório de Rua”

Where the meals were distributed:

  • Flavia Farnese Street, in Parque Maré
  • Avenida Brasil, near Parque União

Itens distributed at 7 basic health units, 3 CAPS, 1 UPA and 1 Consultório de Rua:

  • Centro de Atenção Psicossocial Miriam Makeba • 240 aprons and 60 unities of alcohol gel 

Door to door donations:

No donations this week.

Production of masks by project “Tecendo máscaras e cuidados”:

  • 19,759 masks were produced by 54 seamstresses from Maré.

Socio-legal assistance and access to rights:

The online service of ‘Eyes on Corona!’ received 30 contacts related to health issues, violations and questions about how to access rights. The most accessed demands were: access to regular benefits (14), access to emergency assistance (6), access to health care (4), others (4), unemployment (3), mental health issues (2), access to documentation (2), food security (1). In the same contact, more than one demand may arise, for this reason the number of demands is greater than that of contacts.

People involved with the logistics for the week:

  • 61 people at Centro de Artes da Maré each day.
  • Throughout the week there were 102 people involved.

Number of vehicles for delivery:

  • 14 cars
  • 04 kombis
  • 03 Nissan cars in a lending contract

Social Interviews:

725 social interviews made from May 31 to June 06, with a total of 5,783 since the beginning of this work front, at April 30. 



 

 

10th WEEK OF COLLECTION AND DISTRIBUTION
MAY 24 TO MAY 30 / 2020

RECEIVED DONATIONS:

  • Purchase of proteins and other ingredients to prepare the 300 daily meals with donation from Instituto Unibanco
  • Purchase of vegetables to prepare the 300 daily meals (vegetarian) with donation from the NGO Comida Consciente
  • 2,003 food baskets donated by Fiocruz (Fundação Oswaldo Cruz)
  • 772 food baskets + 772 cleaning kits purchased by Redes da Maré with donations from Ministério Público do Trabalho do Rio de Janeiro
  • 500 cestas + 500 kits de limpeza comprados pela Redes da Maré com doação do Itaú Social
  • 500 food baskets + 500 cleaning kits purchased by Redes da Maré with donations from Itaú Social
  • 133 food baskets donated by Qualitech
  • 6,000 bottles of water donated by Ambev
  • 407 gallons of disinfectants + 12 boxes of gloves purchased by Redes da Maré with donations from Banco do Brasil Foundation• 08 sprayers for disinfecting the streets of Maré, which will happen in June, in partnership with COMLURB, through donations from ArqFuturo, Bei e Galo do Amanhã.
  • Caixas de legumes, verduras, ovos e bananas doadas pelo Galo do Amanhã
  • Boxes of vegetables, eggs and bananas donated by Galo do Amanhã
  • 750 units of alcohol gel + 150 mask kits (each kit comes with 5 masks) + 700 units of disposable cap + 400 units of TNT aprons + 7 boxes of gloves M donated by Instituto Unibanco
  • 4,940 disposable aprons purchased by Redes da Maré
  • 2,700 books (approximately) - Titles “O Menino Azul” and “Em cima daquela serra” - donated by Itaú Social
  • 50 meals donated by Celeiro restaurant 

INDIVIDUAL DONATIONS (ITEMS):

  • 70 cloth masks
  • 70 fabric masks

 
DISTRIBUTION:

Donated items to residents in their homes during the week:
  • 2,556 food baskets
  • 2,556 hygiene and cleaning kits
  • 11,300 cloth masks at Praia de Ramos and Roquete Pinto
  • 3,936 flasks of alcohol gel at Praia de Ramos and Roquete Pinto
  • 400 masks at Parque União
  • 400 masks at Teixeira Ribeiro
  • 08 boxes of banana at Favela da Galinha

Favelas where food baskets and cleaning kits were delivered:

  • Salsa e Merengue, Conjunto Pinheiros, Conjunto Esperança, Bento Ribeiro Dantas, Morro do Timbau, Baixa do Sapateiro, Nova Maré, Parque Maré, Nova Holanda, Parque Rubens Vaz, Parque União, Roquete Pinto, Praia de Ramos e Marcílio Dias, Vila do João e Vila dos Pinheiros.

Donations to street residents during the week:

  • 1,900 meals distributed
  • 200 meals distributed for “Consultório de Rua”

Where the meals were distributed:

  • Flavia Farnese Street, in Parque Maré
  • Avenida Brasil, near Parque União

Itens distributed at 7 basic health units, 3 CAPS, 1 UPA and 1 Consultório de Rua:

  • Unidade de Pronto Atendimento da Maré
    • 770 aprons / 120 units of 70% alcohol (500 ml)
  • Clínica da Família Augusto Boal
    • 420 aprons / 60 units of 70% alcohol (500 ml)
  • Centro Municipal de Saúde Vila do João
    • 120 aprons / 60 units of 70% alcohol (500 ml) / 10 goggles / 10 facial shields
  • Centro Municipal de Saúde Américo Veloso
    • 50 N95 masks / 30 facial shields / 20 goggles / 100 cloth masks / 4 jars of alcohol gel / 2000 units of surgical mask / 240 units of apron / 60 units of 70% alcohol (500 ml each)
  • Centro Municipal de Saúde João Cândido (Kelson) 
    • 50 N95 masks / 30 facial shields / 20 goggles / 100 cloth masks / 4 jars of alcohol gel / 2000 units of surgical mask / 60 units of apron / 60 units of alcohol 70% (500 ml each)
  • Clínica da Família Diniz Batista
    • 120 aprons / 60 units of 70% alcohol (500 ml each)
  • Unidade de Acolhimento de Adultos 
    • 135 cloth masks / 05 goggles / 05 facial shields / 04 jars of alcohol gel / 12 units of 70% alcohol (500 ml each)
  • Consultório na Rua
    • 120 aprons / 24 units of 70% alcohol (500 ml each)
  • Centro de Atenção Psicossocial Magal
    • 30 units of N95 masks / 30 face shields / 20 goggles / 100 cloth masks / 4 jars of alcohol gel / 2000 units of surgical mask / 540 aprons / 60 units of 70% alcohol (500 ml each)
  • Centro de Atenção Psicossocial Infanto-Juvenil Visconde de Sabugosa
    • 10 N95 masks / 30 cloth masks / 4 jars of alcohol gel / 100 surgical mask units / 12 units of 70% alcohol (500 ml each)

Door to door donations:

This week, in partnership with Residents Associations, all households of Praia de Ramos and Roquete Pinto received one flask of alcohol gel, 500ml each, donated by L’Óreal, with a total of:

  • Praia de Ramos - 1,068 unities of alcohol (3,221 residents benefited), in addition to 3,200 reusable masks, produced by the seamstresses of the project ‘Heróis Usam Máscaras’.
  • Roquete Pinto – 2,868 unities of alcohol (8,132 residents benefited), in addition to 8,100 reusable masks, produced by the seamstresses of the project ‘Heróis Usam Máscaras’.

Production of masks by project “Tecendo máscaras e cuidados”:

  • 20,132 masks were produced by 54 seamstresses from Maré.

Socio-legal assistance and access to rights:

The online service of ‘Eyes on Corona!’ received 13 contacts related to health issues, violations and questions about how to access rights. The most accessed demands were: access to regular benefits (3), access to health care (3), others (3), access to emergency assistance (2), food security (1), access to documentation. In the same contact, more than one demand may arise, for this reason the number of demands is greater than that of contacts.

People involved with the logistics for the week:

  • 61 people at Centro de Artes da Maré each day.
  • Throughout the week there were 102 people involved.

Number of vehicles for delivery:

  • 14 cars
  • 04 kombis
  • 03 Nissan cars in a lending contract

Social Interviews:

653 social interviews made from May 24 to May 30, with a total of 5,068 since the beginning of this work front, at April 30.

 

 

9th WEEK OF COLLECTION AND DISTRIBUTION
MAY 17 TO MAY 23 / 2020

RECEIVED DONATIONS:

  • 2,000 large food baskets + 2,000 hygiene kits purchased by Redes da Maré
  • 1,000 small food baskets + 1,000 hygiene kits purchased by Redes da Maré
  • 500 food baskets + 500 cleaning kits purchased by Redes with donation from Instituto Unibanco
  • 250 kg of meat for meal production purchased by Redes da Maré
  • 2,295 hygiene kits donated by Fiocruz (Fundação Oswaldo Cruz)
  • 3,120 bottles of bathroom cleaner (kit 1 aerosol + 1 sachet) + 1,920 bottles of insecticide donated by Associação Saúde Criança
  • 6,000 bottles of water donated by Ambev
  • 850 food baskets and cleaning kits purchased by Redes da Maré with donation from Fundação Banco do Brasil
  • 436 flasks of alcohol gel purchased by Redes da Maré with donation from ArqFuturo / BEI and Galo do Amanhã
  • 600 masks / face shields donated by Projeto Arrastão
  • 600 books “Em cima daquela Serra” (Eucanaã Ferraz with illustration by Yara Kono) donated by Itaú Social
  • 50 units of: Cornmeal, Sugar, Salt, Screw Noodles, Soybean Oil, Spaghetti, Beans, Rice, Coffee and Tomato Sauce donated by the Orquestra Maré do Amanhã
  • 140 coffee packages, 250gr each, donated by Starbucks
  • 100 breads donated by Filone Padaria Artesanal

INDIVIDUAL DONATIONS (ITEMS):

  • 20 small food baskets + 20 cleaning kits
  • 31 small basic baskets + 31 cleaning kits
  • 2,688 units of liquid detergent and 2,640 units of sponge

 
DISTRIBUTION:

Donated items to residents in their homes during the week:
  • 2,230 food baskets.
  • 2,230 hygiene and cleaning kits.
  • 5,200 cloth masks at Parque União
  • 7,596 flasks of alcohol gel at Parque União

Favelas where food baskets and cleaning kits were delivered:

  • Salsa e Merengue, Conjunto Pinheiros, Conjunto Esperança, Bento Ribeiro Dantas, Morro do Timbau, Baixa do Sapateiro, Nova Maré, Parque Maré, Nova Holanda, Parque Rubens Vaz, Parque União, Roquete Pinto, Praia de Ramos e Marcílio Dias, Vila do João e Vila dos Pinheiros.

Donations to street residents during the week:

  • 1.400 meals distributed
  • 350 meals distributed for “Consultório de Rua”

Where the meals were distributed:

  • Flavia Farnese Street, in Parque Maré
  • Avenida Brasil, near Parque União

Itens distributed at 7 basic health units, 3 CAPS, 1 UPA and 1 Consultório de Rua:

  • 144 flasks of alcohol gel
  • 450 cloth masks
  • 60 N95 masks
  • 20 goggles

Items distributed at 7 basic health units, 3 CAPS, 1 UPA and 1 Consultório de Rua:

  • Unidade de Pronto Atendimento da Maré 
    • 200 N95 Masks / 100 face shields / 50 goggles and 500 cloth masks / 4 jars of alcohol gel / 50 sets of 100 surgical mask units
  • Clínica da Família Augusto Boal  
    • 50 N95 Masks / 30 facial shields / 20 goggles / 100 cloth masks / 4 jars of alcohol gel / 20 sets of 100 surgical mask units
  • Clínica da Família Jeremias Moraes da Silva  
    • 50 N95 masks / 30 facial shields / 20 goggles / 100 cloth masks / 4 jars of alcohol gel / 20 sets of 100 surgical mask units
  • Clínica da Família Min. Dr. Adib Jatene 
    • 50 N95 Masks / 30 facial shields / 20 goggles / 100 cloth masks / 4 jars of alcohol gel / 20 sets of 100 surgical mask units
  • Centro Municipal de Saúde Vila do João  
    • 50 N95 Masks / 30 facial shields / 20 goggles / 500 cloth masks / 4 jars of alcohol gel / 20 sets of 100 surgical mask units
  • Clínica da Família Diniz Batista 
    • 50 N95 masks / 30 facial shields / 20 glasses / 500 cloth masks / 4 jars of alcohol gel / 20 sets of 100 surgical mask units
  • Centro de Atenção Psicossocial Miriam Makeba 
    • 100 cloth masks / 10 facial shields / 4 jars of alcohol gel / 20 sets of 100 surgical mask units
  • Consultório na Rua 
    • 20 N95 masks / 10 facial shields / 10 goggles / 50 cloth masks / 4 jars of alcohol gel / 20 sets of 100 surgical mask units

Door to door donations:
This week, in partnership with Residents Associations, all households of Parque União received one flask of alcohol gel, 500ml each, donated by L’Óreal, with a total of 7,596 flasks, directly benefiting 20,527 residents. 5,200 cloth masks were also distributed.

Socio-legal assistance and access to rights:
The online service of ‘Eyes on Corona!’ received 21 contacts related to health issues, violations and questions about how to access rights. The most accessed demands were: access to regular benefits (5), access to emergency assistance (4), mental health (4), food security (3), unemployment (3), access to health care (2), others (2), child support (1). In the same contact, more than one demand may arise, for this reason the number of demands is greater than that of contacts.

People involved with the logistics for the week:

  • 52 people at Centro de Artes da Maré each day.
  • Throughout the week there were 95 people involved.

Number of vehicles for delivery:

  • 14 cars
  • 04 kombis
  • 03 Nissan cars in a lending contract

Social interviews:

1.262 social interviews made from May 17 to May 23, with a total of 4,415 since the beginning of this work front, at April 30.

 

 

 



 

 

8th WEEK OF COLLECTION AND DISTRIBUTION
MAY 10 TO MAY 16 / 2020

RECEIVED DONATIONS:

  • 1.164 food baskets and 1.164 cleaning kits acquired by Redes da Maré with donations from Brazil Foundation
  • 754 food baskets and 754 cleaning kits acquired by Redes da Maré with donations from Ministério Público do Trabalho do RJ
  • 54 food baskets and 54 cleaning kits donated by Engie
  • 300 cleaning kits acquired by Redes da Maré with donations from Instituto Unibanco
  • 104 food baskets + cleaning kits donated by Instituto Nissan
  • 1.000 packs of rice + 1.000 packs of beans + 1.000 packs of pasta; 1.008 tomato sauce + 1.000 biscuits + 924 reusable bags donated by Instituto GPA and Extra
  • 1.000 baskets of vegetables with 1 lettuce, 1 arugula + 74 boxes of bananas + 74 boxes of eggs donated by Projeto Campo Favela through ArqFuturo e Bei
  • 12.000 bottles of mineral water 1,5 L each donated by AMBEV
  • Purchase of goods by Redes da Maré for the hot meals, totalizing R$8,703.50 with donations from Instituto Unibanco
  • 31.200 masks purchased by Redes da Maré with donations by ArqFuturo e Bei
  • 800 goggles and 96 flasks of alcohol gel donated by Departamento de Artes e Design da PUC-Rio
  • 2.610 cloth masks produced by seamstresses of Maré
  • 1.920 soaps donated by CIEDS/ Unicef
  • 30 boxes of yogurt donated by Fiocruz
  • 29 crates of Raid + 100 gallons of disinfectant + 5 boxes of disinfectant + 5 boxes of sanitary water donated by Rio Contra o Corona
  • 74 L of milk + 16 kg of tomato extract + 5 kg of mushrooms, 16 kg of cornmeal + 4 kg of pea + 55 kg of wheat + 13 kg of biscuit + 4 L of milk cream + 4 kg of garlic donated by Bar e restaurante o Mais querido da Gávea

INDIVIDUAL DONATIONS (ITEMS):

  • 1.022 cloth masks
  • 09 diapers
  • 14 blankets
  • 10 towells
  • 01 sheet
  • 05 hand towels
  • 50 pairs of shoes for babies
  • 02 shorts

 
DISTRIBUTION:

Donated items to residents in their homes during the week:
  • 2,858 food baskets.
  • 2,858 hygiene and cleaning kits.
  • 9,000 cloth masks
  • 13,796 flasks of alcohol gel

Favelas where food baskets and cleaning kits were delivered:

  • Salsa e Merengue, Conjunto Pinheiros, Bento Ribeiro Dantas, Morro do Timbau, Baixa do Sapateiro, Nova Maré, Parque Maré, Nova Holanda, Parque Rubens Vaz, Parque União, Roquete Pinto, Praia de Ramos e Marcilio Dias.

Donations to street residents during the week:

  • 1.400 meals distributed
  • 350 meals distributed for “Consultório de Rua”

Where the meals were distributed:

  • Flavia Farnese Street, in Parque Maré
  • Avenida Brasil, near Parque União

Itens distributed at 7 basic health units, 3 CAPS, 1 UPA and 1 Consultório de Rua:

  • 144 flasks of alcohol gel
  • 450 cloth masks
  • 60 N95 masks
  • 20 goggles

Door to door donations:

This week, in partnership with Residents Associations, all households of Parque Rubens Vaz, Parque Maré, Nova Holanda and Marcílio Dias received one flask of alcohol gel, 500ml each, donated by L’Óreal, with a total of 13,796 flasks, directly benefiting 39,527 residents. At Marcílio Dias, 500 cloth masks were also distributed.

  • Parque Rubens Vaz: 2,395 unities of alcohol – 6,222 residents benefited.
  • Parque Maré: 4.552 unities of alcohol gel – 13,164 residents benefited.
  • Nova Holanda: 4,601 unities of alcohol – 13,799 residents benefited.
  • Marcílio Dias: 2,248 unities of alcohol – 6,342 residents benefited + 5,000 cloth masks.

Socio-legal assistance and access to rights:

The online service of ‘Eyes on Corona!’ received 45 contacts related to health issues, violations and questions about how to access rights. The most accessed demands were: access to emergency assistance (17), access to regular benefits (11), access to health care (8), food security (6), access to documentation (4), mental health (3), violence against woman (2) and child support (1). In the same contact, more than one demand may arise, for this reason the number of demands is greater than that of contacts.

People involved with the logistics for the week:

  • 54 people at Centro de Artes da Maré each day.
  • Throughout the week there were 95 people involved.

Number of vehicles for delivery:

  • 14 cars
  • 04 kombis
  • 03 Nissan cars in a lending contract

Social interviews:

1.262 social interviews made from May 10 to May 16, with a total of 3.260 since the beginning of this work front, at April 30.

 

 

 

 

7th WEEK OF COLLECTION AND DISTRIBUTION
MAY 03 TO MAY 09 / 2020

RECEIVED DONATIONS:

  • Eneva, an integrated natural gas production and power generation company based in Rio de Janeiro, informs the donation of R$ 100,000.00 to Redes da Maré, totaling 466 food baskets through the campaign ‘Maré says NO to Coronavirus’.
  • 28.000 shampoo and conditioner donated by L´Oréal
  • 1.000 boxes of vegetables + 85 boxes of lettuce + 67 boxes of arugula + 84 boxes of eggs donated by Projeto Campo Favela
  • 1.000 masks donated by Saúde Criança
  • 1.500 masks made by Costureiras da Maré
  • 1.000 gloves donated by Instituto Unibanco
  • 1.000 masks donated by Instituto Unibanco
  • 1.000 caps donated by Instituto Unibanco
  • 1.000 masks N95 donated by Editora Bei
  • 100 adult masks and 25 children masks donated by Cia Dos à Deux
  • 30 masks donated by San Chef
  • 200 liters of sanitary water, 200 detergents flasks, 100 unities of 1kg bar soaps, 400 unities of 90g soaps, 200 packs of toilet paper donated by Contagiados pelo Bem
  • 20 boxes of soap; 20 boxes of cleaner; 10 boxes of toilet cleaner; 05 crates of insecticide donated by Rio Contra o Corona
  • 04 kg of rice; 05 kg of beans; 01 detergent; 03 tooth pastes; 08 soaps; 02 bottles of oil; 10 L of milk donated by Espaço Maya
  • 01 box of alcohol spray donated by Associação de Moradores do Pinheiro

INDIVIDUAL DONATIONS (ITEMS):

  • 1.200 packs of biscuits
  • 18 food baskets
  • 02 conditioners
  • 01 kg of pasta
  • 02 kg of rice
  • 06 soaps
  • 02 packs of corn meal
  • 02 packs of black beans
  • 01 tooth paste
  • Clothes and shoes

 
DISTRIBUTION:

Donated items to residents in their homes during the week:
  • 492 food baskets
  • 492 boxes of vegetables
  • 492 hygiene and cleaning kits

Favelas where food baskets and cleaning kits were delivered:

  • Salsa e Merengue, Conjunto Pinheiros, Bento Ribeiro Dantas, Morro do Timbau, Baixa do Sapateiro, Nova Maré, Parque Maré, Nova Holanda, Parque Rubens Vaz, Parque União, Roquete Pinto, Praia de Ramos e Marcilio Dias.

Donations to street residents during the week:

  • 1.400 meals distributed
  • 350 meals distributed for “Consultório de Rua”

Where the meals were distributed:

  • Flavia Farnese Street, in Parque Maré
  • Avenida Brasil, near Parque União

People involved with the logistics for the week:

  • 53 people

Number of vehicles for delivery:

  • 21 cars

Social Interviews:

Since April 30, social interviews have been carried out with the person responsible for each household registered in the database, which is being permanently consolidated with the campaign data. A team of 20 professionals in the social area is carrying out the registration of telephone calls to complement the initial catalog to receive basic baskets. Since the beginning of this work front, 1,998 social interviews have been carried out.

Catalog ‘Eyes on Corona!’:

At the beginning of the campaign, a WhatsApp channel was made available to receive or register families who request basic food baskets. A team of six people is working daily to collect this information from the application and forward it to the database team. 



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6th WEEK OF COLLECTION AND DISTRIBUTION
APRIL 26 TO MAY 02 / 2020

RECEIVED DONATIONS:

  • 30.000 alcohol gel pots donated by L'Oréal
  • 2.200 food baskets donated by Fiocruz
  • 1.000 food baskets donated by BTG
  • 1.006 ice-cream pots donated by TT Burger
  • 800 cloth masks and
  • 200 goggles donated by Doe Máscaras Brasil
  • 400 cloth masks donated by Mi Ropa Su Ropa
  • 200 chocolate bags donated by Cacau Show
  • 180 milk boxes donated by Fiocruz
  • 70 food baskets donated by Associação Juízes para a Democracia
  • 70 food kits donated by Associação Juízes para a Democracia
  • 70 bottles of sanitary water donated by Associação Juízes para a Democracia
  • 30 goggles donated by Donadesi
  • 18 small food baskets donated by Instituto Nissan
  • 05 kg of Unilever soaps donated by Contagiados pelo Bem
  • Advertising posters of the project ‘Eyes on Corona’ donated by Fiocruz
  • Supplies for the hot meals donated by Mesa Brasil SESC-RJ: 60 kg of lettuce, 167 kg of cabbage, 40 kg of chard, 40 kg of pumpkin, 288 kg of tomato, 70 kg of cauliflower, 420 kg of kaki, 22,5 kg of frozen snacks

INDIVIDUAL DONATIONS:

  • 360 cloth masks
  • 04 small food baskets


DISTRIBUTION:

Donated items to residents in their homes during the week: 

  • The first stage of distribution was completed

Donations to street residents during the week:

  • 1.400 meals distributed
  • 250 meals distributed for “Consultório de Rua”

Where the meals were distributed:

  • Flavia Farnese Street, at Parque Maré
  • Brasil Avenue, next to Parque União

 

5th WEEK OF COLLECTION AND DISTRIBUTION
APRIL 19 TO APRIL 25 / 2020

RECEIVED DONATIONS:

  • 09 boxes of bread (around 50kg) donated by Filone Padaria Artesanal

INDIVIDUAL DONATIONS (ITEMS):

  • 8kg of rice donated by Maré residents
  • 7kg of beans donated by Maré residents
  • 16 boxes of tomato sauce
  • Clothes and toys

 
DISTRIBUTION:

Donated items to residents in their homes during the week:
  • The first stage of distribution was completed .

Donations to street residents during the week:

  • 1.400 meals distributed
  • 200 meals distributed for “Consultório de Rua”

Where the meals were distributed:

  • Flavia Farnese Street, in Parque Maré
  • Avenida Brasil, near Parque União

 

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4ª WEEK OF COLLECTION AND DISTRIBUTION
April 12 - 18 / 2020

RECEIVED DONATIONS:

  • Purchase of 1028 food baskets and 1028 hygiene and cleaning kits through bank deposits. Unit value of the basket and cleaning kit is R$ 215.00.
  • 1.440 alcohol gel bottles 340g donated by L’Oreal
  • 19.068 shampoo bottles donated by L’Oreal
  • 4.680 hair conditioner donated by L’Oreal
  • Cloth masks donated by Máscaras para Todos
  • 200 eye goggles donated by #Designantivirus
  • 200 eye goggles donated by #Doemascarasbrasil
  • 130 cloth masks donated by Trama Casa
  • 100 alcohol gel bottles donated by Dermatus Farmácia Dermatológica
  • 20 food baskets donated by Luta pela Paz
  • 30 masks for Maré de Sabores kitchen donated by San Chef

INDIVIDUAL DONATIONS:

  • 200 vests
  • 120 cloth masks
  • 04 food baskets and 3 cleaning kits
  • 6 kg of rice

 
LOANS:

  • 03 Nissan cars (01 Versa and 02 Sentras) on a 90-day lending contract to support the logistics and distribution of food baskets

DISTRIBUTION:

Donated items to residents in their homes during the week: 

  • 1.904 food baskets
  • 1.904 hygiene and cleaning kits

Favelas where food baskets and cleaning kits were delivered:

  • Salsa e Merengue, Conjunto Pinheiros, Bento Ribeiro Dantas, Morro do Timbau, Baixa do Sapateiro, Nova Maré, Parque Maré, Nova Holanda, Parque Rubens Vaz, Parque União, Roquete Pinto, Praia de Ramos e Marcilio Dias.

Donations to street residents during the week:

  • 1.400 meals distributed
  • 100 meals distributed for “Consultório de Rua”.

Where the meals were distributed:

  • Flavia Farnese Street, at Parque Maré
  • Brasil Avenue, next to Parque União

People involved with the logistics for the week:

  • 299 people

Number of vehicles for delivery:

  • 10 cars (carros de passeio e kombi)
  • 03 motorcycles
  • 01 van 

 

3rd WEEK OF COLLECTION AND DISTRIBUTION
April 05 - 11 / 2020

RECEIVED DONATIONS:

  • Purchase of 2,000 food baskets and 2,000 hygiene and cleaning kits through bank deposits. Unit value of the basket and cleaning kit is R$ 215.00.
  • 163 food baskets + 113 cleaning kits received by Luta pela Paz
  • 50 alcohol gel bottles received by Luta pela Paz
  • 4.800 chocolate rabbits (200 x 24 unities) donated by Rio Against Corona
  • 4.008 detergents (167 boxes with 24 unities) donated by S2 Holding (Cantão e Redley)
  • 150 washable and reusable cloth masks donated by São Januário Tecidos
  • 100 food baskets donated by Nissan Institute
  • 12 packs of tampons donated by Pitaia Rio
  • 08 packs of toilet paper donated by Pitaia Rio
  • 1000 soaps donated by Pitaia Rio

INDIVIDUAL DONATIONS (ITEMS):

  • 12 reusable masks donated by Maré residents
  • 30 packs of alcohol gel donated by Maré Residents
  • 02 cooking oils
  • 02 tomato sauces
  • 02 packs of sugar
  • 02 packs of salt
  • 02 packs of coffee
  • 01 pack of cornmeal
  • 05 packs of rice
  • 07 packs of pasta
  • 02 packs of beans
  • 36 detergents 500 ml
  • 49 rolls of toilet paper
  • 12 bottles of water 1,5litro
  • 12 bottles of water 500 ml
  • 105 soaps
  • 20 coconut soaps
  • 3kg of beans
  • 03 disinfectant 2L
  • 13 toothpastes

 
DISTRIBUTION:

Donated items to residents in their homes during the week:
  • 2.500 food baskets.
  • 2.500 hygiene and cleaning kits.
Favelas where food baskets and cleaning kits were delivered:
  • Salsa e Merengue, Conjunto Pinheiros, Bento Ribeiro Dantas, Morro do Timbau, Baixa do Sapateiro, Nova Maré, Parque Maré, Nova Holanda, Parque Rubens Vaz, Parque União, Roquete Pinto, Praia de Ramos e Marcilio Dias.

Donations to street residents during the week:

  • 1.400 meals distributed

Where the meals were distributed:

  • Flavia Farnese Street, in Parque Maré
  • Avenida Brasil, near Parque União

People involved with the logistics for the week:

  • 299 people

Number of vehicles for delivery:

  • 10 cars
  • 03 bikes
  • 01 van

 

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2nd WEEK OF COLLECTION AND DISTRIBUTION
MARCH 29 TO APRIL 4 / 2020

RECEIVED ITEMS:

  • Purchase of 2,600 food baskets and 2,600 hygiene and cleaning kits through bank deposits. Unit value of the basket and cleaning kit is R$ 215.00.
  • 300 food baskets received by Rio Against Corona.
  • 300 hygiene and cleaning kits received by Rio Against Corona.
  • 1,600 washable and reusable cloth masks, donated by Reserva.
  • 23 goggles donated by na individual donor.
  • 200 bottles of 500 ml of liquid soap, donated by Granado intermediated by Observatório de Favelas
  • 49 3.8 ml bottles of liquid soap, donated by Granado intermediated by Luta pela Paz

INDIVIDUAL DONATIONS (items):

  • 1 kg of rice donated by a Maré resident
  • 1 kg of beans donated by a Maré resident
  • 12 soaps donated by a Maré resident
  • 5 packs of noodles
  • 1 packet of pasta
  • 10 kg of rice
  • 10 kg of sugar
  • 5 cornmeal packages
  • 6 canned sardine packs
  • 6 tomato sauces
  • 3 biscuit packs
  • 2 powdered juices
  • 5 cassava flours
  • 3 powdered milks
  • 2 milk cartons
  • 4 bars of soap
  • 5 coffees
  • 1 box of powder soap
  • 1 bag of powder soap
  • 2 dishwashing soap
  • 3 cans of oil
  • 1 large roll of toilet paper
  • 6 toothpaste
  • 10 soaps
  • 2 hair dyes
  • 9 detergents
  • 1 bleach

 

DONATIONS DISTRIBUTION:

Donated items to residents in their homes during the week:

  • 2,338 food baskets.
  • 2,338 hygiene and cleaning kits.

Favelas where food baskets and cleaning kits were delivered:

  • Salsa e Merengue, Conjunto Pinheiros, Bento Ribeiro Dantas, Morro do Timbau, Baixa do Sapateiro, Nova Maré, Parque Maré, Nova Holanda, Parque  Rubens Vaz,  Parque União, Roquete Pinto, Praia de Ramos, Marcilio Dias, Conjunto Esperança, Vila dos Pinheiros e Vila do João.

Donations to street residents during the week:

  • 1.400 meals distributed

Where the meals were distributed:

  • Flavia Farnese Street, in Parque Maré
  • Avenida Brasil, near Parque União

People involved with the logistics for the week:

  • 258 people

Number of vehicles for delivery:

  • 10 cars
  • 03 bikes
  • 01 van

 

1th WEEK OF FUNDRAISING AND DISTRIBUTION
March 23 - 28 / 2020

RECEIVED ITEMS:

  • 800 basic baskets received by Rio Against Corona
  • 800 hygiene and cleaning kits received by Rio Against Corona
  • Supplies for meal preparation (59 kg of beans (donated by Circo Voador) + 24 liters of milk + 30 kg of rice + 20 packages of 1/2 kg of cassava flour + 24 packages of ½ kg of pasta + 10 packages of coffee + 30 kg of beans + 30 kg of sugar + 40 packages of 130g of Nestlé biscuit + 60kg of fish - various donors. - 1,000 units of liquid detergents 500 ml received by Rio Against Corona
  • 1,000 liquid soaps received by the Rio Against Corona
  • 1,800 bottles of water 1.5 liter received by Luta pela Paz
  • 40 boxes of liquid detergent (960 units) - donated by Sergio Penha Solidária
  • 29 soap boxes (2,088 units) - donated by Sergio Penha Solidária
  • Various foods - Potato; egg; olive oil; spaghetti; bread; snacks; milk; milk cream; orange; apple; lemon; rice; bean; minas cheese; chocolate; tapioca; flour, granola; cornmeal - donated by Gastromotiva - 313 kg Rice, 158 kg black beans, 10 kg carioca beans, 6.5 fradinho beans, 25 oils, 3 vinegars, 1 kg wheat flour, 5 kg sugar, 46 tomato pulp, 36 peas, 4 lactea flour, 3 chocolate milk, 14 kg table flour, 2.5 kg farfalle pasta, 6.5 kg nest pasta, 100 l whole milk, 2 kg salt, 6 corn, 43 sweet biscuits, 72 salted biscuits, 50 kg steaks, 40 kg liver, 44 kg potatoes, 87 kg orange, 2 kg bell pepper, 9 kg onion, 2.5 kg garlic - donated by the Municipal Department of Education.

INDIVIDUAL DONATIONS (items):

  • 2L sanitary waters 
  • 1 bale of 16 rolls of toilet paper 
  • 86 soaps 
  • 16 bottles of bleach 
  • 36 detergents
  • 17 packages of 800g of washing powder 
  • 5 disinfectants of 5 liters 
  • 18 bars of soap
  • 23 bars of coconut soap
  • 5 packages (with 5 units each) of glycerin soap bar
  • 1 liter bottle of disinfectant 
  • 1 alcohol bottle 
  • Donations through several bank deposits that enabled the purchase of 350 basic baskets this week (unit value of each basket R$ 215.00)

 

DONATIONS DISTRIBUTION:

Number of basic baskets and cleaning and personal hygiene kits:

  • 530 basic baskets
  • 530 hygiene and cleaning kits

Slums where people received basic baskets:

  • Bento Ribeiro Dantas, Conjunto Pinheiros, Marcilio Dias, Nova Holanda, Nova Maré, Parque Maré, Praia de Ramos, Roquete Pinto, Rubens Vaz.

Number of meals delivered:

  • 400 meals

Delivery locations of the meals:

  • Flavia Farnese Street, in Parque Maré
  • Avenida Brasil, near Parque União

Number of people in logistics:

  • 42 people

Number of cars for delivery of baskets and meals:

  • 12 cars 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 

CAMPAIGN'S PARTNERS AND SPONSORS

 

 

Place where donations will be received and stored:

 

Maré Arts Center - CAM

Address: Rua Bittencourt Sampaio, 181 – Nova Holanda – Maré

Monday to Friday (except holidays)

From 9am to 5pm.

(at another time, arrange by phone+55 21 99907-3154 or email parcerias@redesdamare.org.br)

Protection measures for collection and distribution (as directed by Fiocruz):

For the donor: all material must be sanitized and placed in plastic bags (tied) or cardboard boxes (sealed).

For our team: the teams will be mobilized in exclusive shifts and each employee will work with sanitized hands and wearing gloves.

Purchase of products: materials will be delivered on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the time the team is available to receive them. The supplier must seal the material following the same guidelines of donors.

 

Preparation and distribution of basic baskets::

 

The baskets must contain food items, personal hygiene and cleaning products. Delivery will take place, preferably, on Mondays and Fridays.

The distribution will be supported by the social team of Redes da Maré to organize routes and meeting points. Deliveries will also be scheduled in certain locations, such as the facilities of Redes da Maré (Headquarters, Lona Cultural, Vila dos Pinheiros unit and Casa das Mulheres), limiting delivery to five families per hour, in order to avoid crowds.

Specific and large quantity of materials will have exclusive organization and distribution logistics.

 

 

THIS CAMPAIGN HAS ONLY BEEN POSSIBLE BECAUSE OF THE FOLLOWING WORK TEAM:

  • Team responsible for social register updates - 20 people
  • Team responsible for online social care (Eyes on Corona!) - lawyers, psychologists and social workers – 10 people
  • Team responsible for the database – 05 people
  • Team responsible for registering volunteers – 02 people
  • Team responsible for Fundraising – 05 people
  • Team responsible for Finance and Accountability - 04 people
  • Team responsible for Relationship and Institutional Communication and Press Office - 05 people
  • Team responsible for communicating with residents - 06 people
  • Team responsible for receiving donations and organizing physical space and stock - 04 people
  • Team responsible for delivering food baskets and cleaning kits - 22 people
  • Team responsible for Purchasing - 04 people
  • Team responsible for the preparation of meals - 10 people
  • Team responsible for the delivery of meals - 08 people
  • Drivers - 03 people people 

On average, there are about 300 people involved every day in the entire process to make the campaign feasible, from the organization, mobilization, communication, capture and accountability to the logistics and distribution process. The work takes place everyday and the campaign is scheduled to run while the Coronavirus crisis prevail.

 


Bank details for donation:

Associação Redes de Desenvolvimento da Maré | CNPJ: 08.934.089/0001-75

 

Banco do Brasil - 001
Agency: 0576-2
Account: 160.568-2 

For international donation:
Código IBAN: BR15 0000 0000 0057 6000 1605 682C 1
Código Swift: BRASBRRJRJO

 

Banco Itaú S/A - 341
Agency: 0023
Account: 543.38-2

For international donation:
Código IBAN: BR83 6070 1190 0002 3000 0543 382C 1
Código Swift: ITAUBRSP