Coordination of the Indigenous Organizations of the Brazilian Amazon
Total donations: $20,000 | Partnership: 2022
Coordination of the Indigenous Organizations of the Brazilian Amazon or COIAB is a Brazilian indigenous organization composed by several indigenous rights organizations of the Brazilian Amazon Basin. It was created at a meeting of indigenous leaders in April 1989 and is now composed of 75 member organizations from all 9 states of Brazilian Amazon. The organization represents around 160 different indigenous peoples, on approximately 110 million hectares of amazon territory.
GCF and The Alnoba Lewis Family Foundation supported emergency humanitarian relief to COIAB to provide basic food baskets, hygiene and cleaning kits, PPE and medicines.