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Irene Souza Almeida is 56. She lives on collection and sale of cans and plastic bottles lying at the dump of Altamira.

"Today after i filled two large bags other collectors told me than another pile of garbage was better because it has more cans of aluminum. Trash that was brought from the city."

She is the mother of 8 children, all married. Her sons work on...
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  • Irene Souza Almeida, 56, lives on the collection and sale of cans and plastic bottles lying at the dump of Altamira. After having filled two large bags with their laitnhas warned other than another pile of garbage was better because it had more cans aluminium, trash that was brought from the city. Speak  without measuring how you really feel. Mother of 8 children, all married, men work on the cocoa plantation near the city. The daughter, after marriage moved to a city next to Altamira..Irene is among the dozens of needy families what work with recyclable materials such as aluminum and plastic bottles that sell old iron sites. Are about forty. .In last March  the Public Ministry of the State of Para in Altamira, make conducted  inspection survey to establish civil prosecution in civil justice, for the deployment of a landfill in the area..This landfill is among the constraints, imposed on the Belo Monte Consortium Builder (CCBM), responsible for the construction of the Belo Monte Dam. The constraints are improvements that should be made in the city of Altamira and across the region that will be affected by the plant,  established by IBAMA, FUNAI, neighborhood association, municipality of Altamira and the state government. However, according to social organizations and movements that accompany the construction, nothing was done. Public hospitals are scrapped, sewage runs open in the city center...Six women who survive the work at the dump. Irene Souza Almeida, Maria Nazare Lima, Maria Rita dos Santos Martins Ivanilde, Cristiane and Leonedi (who does not want to give their last names)..From 7 o'clock in the morning, these 6 women worked until the 13 hrs collecting aluminum cans and plastic for money and take home to keep. Irene left the distaff  after her husband who suffered from alcoholism. Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump..Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump. Maria Nazareth purchased land and is buildi
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  • Irene Souza Almeida, 56, lives on the collection and sale of cans and plastic bottles lying at the dump of Altamira. After having filled two large bags with their laitnhas warned other than another pile of garbage was better because it had more cans aluminium, trash that was brought from the city. Speak  without measuring how you really feel. Mother of 8 children, all married, men work on the cocoa plantation near the city. The daughter, after marriage moved to a city next to Altamira..Irene is among the dozens of needy families what work with recyclable materials such as aluminum and plastic bottles that sell old iron sites. Are about forty. .In last March  the Public Ministry of the State of Para in Altamira, make conducted  inspection survey to establish civil prosecution in civil justice, for the deployment of a landfill in the area..This landfill is among the constraints, imposed on the Belo Monte Consortium Builder (CCBM), responsible for the construction of the Belo Monte Dam. The constraints are improvements that should be made in the city of Altamira and across the region that will be affected by the plant,  established by IBAMA, FUNAI, neighborhood association, municipality of Altamira and the state government. However, according to social organizations and movements that accompany the construction, nothing was done. Public hospitals are scrapped, sewage runs open in the city center...Six women who survive the work at the dump. Irene Souza Almeida, Maria Nazare Lima, Maria Rita dos Santos Martins Ivanilde, Cristiane and Leonedi (who does not want to give their last names)..From 7 o'clock in the morning, these 6 women worked until the 13 hrs collecting aluminum cans and plastic for money and take home to keep. Irene left the distaff  after her husband who suffered from alcoholism. Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump..Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump. Maria Nazareth purchased land and is buildi
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  • Irene Souza Almeida, 56, lives on the collection and sale of cans and plastic bottles lying at the dump of Altamira. After having filled two large bags with their laitnhas warned other than another pile of garbage was better because it had more cans aluminium, trash that was brought from the city. Speak  without measuring how you really feel. Mother of 8 children, all married, men work on the cocoa plantation near the city. The daughter, after marriage moved to a city next to Altamira..Irene is among the dozens of needy families what work with recyclable materials such as aluminum and plastic bottles that sell old iron sites. Are about forty. .In last March  the Public Ministry of the State of Para in Altamira, make conducted  inspection survey to establish civil prosecution in civil justice, for the deployment of a landfill in the area..This landfill is among the constraints, imposed on the Belo Monte Consortium Builder (CCBM), responsible for the construction of the Belo Monte Dam. The constraints are improvements that should be made in the city of Altamira and across the region that will be affected by the plant,  established by IBAMA, FUNAI, neighborhood association, municipality of Altamira and the state government. However, according to social organizations and movements that accompany the construction, nothing was done. Public hospitals are scrapped, sewage runs open in the city center...Six women who survive the work at the dump. Irene Souza Almeida, Maria Nazare Lima, Maria Rita dos Santos Martins Ivanilde, Cristiane and Leonedi (who does not want to give their last names)..From 7 o'clock in the morning, these 6 women worked until the 13 hrs collecting aluminum cans and plastic for money and take home to keep. Irene left the distaff  after her husband who suffered from alcoholism. Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump..Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump. Maria Nazareth purchased land and is buildi
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  • Irene Souza Almeida, 56, lives on the collection and sale of cans and plastic bottles lying at the dump of Altamira. After having filled two large bags with their laitnhas warned other than another pile of garbage was better because it had more cans aluminium, trash that was brought from the city. Speak  without measuring how you really feel. Mother of 8 children, all married, men work on the cocoa plantation near the city. The daughter, after marriage moved to a city next to Altamira..Irene is among the dozens of needy families what work with recyclable materials such as aluminum and plastic bottles that sell old iron sites. Are about forty. .In last March  the Public Ministry of the State of Para in Altamira, make conducted  inspection survey to establish civil prosecution in civil justice, for the deployment of a landfill in the area..This landfill is among the constraints, imposed on the Belo Monte Consortium Builder (CCBM), responsible for the construction of the Belo Monte Dam. The constraints are improvements that should be made in the city of Altamira and across the region that will be affected by the plant,  established by IBAMA, FUNAI, neighborhood association, municipality of Altamira and the state government. However, according to social organizations and movements that accompany the construction, nothing was done. Public hospitals are scrapped, sewage runs open in the city center...Six women who survive the work at the dump. Irene Souza Almeida, Maria Nazare Lima, Maria Rita dos Santos Martins Ivanilde, Cristiane and Leonedi (who does not want to give their last names)..From 7 o'clock in the morning, these 6 women worked until the 13 hrs collecting aluminum cans and plastic for money and take home to keep. Irene left the distaff  after her husband who suffered from alcoholism. Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump..Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump. Maria Nazareth purchased land and is buildi
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  • Irene Souza Almeida, 56, lives on the collection and sale of cans and plastic bottles lying at the dump of Altamira. After having filled two large bags with their laitnhas warned other than another pile of garbage was better because it had more cans aluminium, trash that was brought from the city. Speak  without measuring how you really feel. Mother of 8 children, all married, men work on the cocoa plantation near the city. The daughter, after marriage moved to a city next to Altamira..Irene is among the dozens of needy families what work with recyclable materials such as aluminum and plastic bottles that sell old iron sites. Are about forty. .In last March  the Public Ministry of the State of Para in Altamira, make conducted  inspection survey to establish civil prosecution in civil justice, for the deployment of a landfill in the area..This landfill is among the constraints, imposed on the Belo Monte Consortium Builder (CCBM), responsible for the construction of the Belo Monte Dam. The constraints are improvements that should be made in the city of Altamira and across the region that will be affected by the plant,  established by IBAMA, FUNAI, neighborhood association, municipality of Altamira and the state government. However, according to social organizations and movements that accompany the construction, nothing was done. Public hospitals are scrapped, sewage runs open in the city center...Six women who survive the work at the dump. Irene Souza Almeida, Maria Nazare Lima, Maria Rita dos Santos Martins Ivanilde, Cristiane and Leonedi (who does not want to give their last names)..From 7 o'clock in the morning, these 6 women worked until the 13 hrs collecting aluminum cans and plastic for money and take home to keep. Irene left the distaff  after her husband who suffered from alcoholism. Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump..Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump. Maria Nazareth purchased land and is buildi
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  • Irene Souza Almeida, 56, lives on the collection and sale of cans and plastic bottles lying at the dump of Altamira. After having filled two large bags with their laitnhas warned other than another pile of garbage was better because it had more cans aluminium, trash that was brought from the city. Speak  without measuring how you really feel. Mother of 8 children, all married, men work on the cocoa plantation near the city. The daughter, after marriage moved to a city next to Altamira..Irene is among the dozens of needy families what work with recyclable materials such as aluminum and plastic bottles that sell old iron sites. Are about forty. .In last March  the Public Ministry of the State of Para in Altamira, make conducted  inspection survey to establish civil prosecution in civil justice, for the deployment of a landfill in the area..This landfill is among the constraints, imposed on the Belo Monte Consortium Builder (CCBM), responsible for the construction of the Belo Monte Dam. The constraints are improvements that should be made in the city of Altamira and across the region that will be affected by the plant,  established by IBAMA, FUNAI, neighborhood association, municipality of Altamira and the state government. However, according to social organizations and movements that accompany the construction, nothing was done. Public hospitals are scrapped, sewage runs open in the city center...Six women who survive the work at the dump. Irene Souza Almeida, Maria Nazare Lima, Maria Rita dos Santos Martins Ivanilde, Cristiane and Leonedi (who does not want to give their last names)..From 7 o'clock in the morning, these 6 women worked until the 13 hrs collecting aluminum cans and plastic for money and take home to keep. Irene left the distaff  after her husband who suffered from alcoholism. Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump..Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump. Maria Nazareth purchased land and is buildi
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  • Irene Souza Almeida, 56, lives on the collection and sale of cans and plastic bottles lying at the dump of Altamira. After having filled two large bags with their laitnhas warned other than another pile of garbage was better because it had more cans aluminium, trash that was brought from the city. Speak  without measuring how you really feel. Mother of 8 children, all married, men work on the cocoa plantation near the city. The daughter, after marriage moved to a city next to Altamira..Irene is among the dozens of needy families what work with recyclable materials such as aluminum and plastic bottles that sell old iron sites. Are about forty. .In last March  the Public Ministry of the State of Para in Altamira, make conducted  inspection survey to establish civil prosecution in civil justice, for the deployment of a landfill in the area..This landfill is among the constraints, imposed on the Belo Monte Consortium Builder (CCBM), responsible for the construction of the Belo Monte Dam. The constraints are improvements that should be made in the city of Altamira and across the region that will be affected by the plant,  established by IBAMA, FUNAI, neighborhood association, municipality of Altamira and the state government. However, according to social organizations and movements that accompany the construction, nothing was done. Public hospitals are scrapped, sewage runs open in the city center...Six women who survive the work at the dump. Irene Souza Almeida, Maria Nazare Lima, Maria Rita dos Santos Martins Ivanilde, Cristiane and Leonedi (who does not want to give their last names)..From 7 o'clock in the morning, these 6 women worked until the 13 hrs collecting aluminum cans and plastic for money and take home to keep. Irene left the distaff  after her husband who suffered from alcoholism. Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump..Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump. Maria Nazareth purchased land and is buildi
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  • Irene Souza Almeida, 56, lives on the collection and sale of cans and plastic bottles lying at the dump of Altamira. After having filled two large bags with their laitnhas warned other than another pile of garbage was better because it had more cans aluminium, trash that was brought from the city. Speak  without measuring how you really feel. Mother of 8 children, all married, men work on the cocoa plantation near the city. The daughter, after marriage moved to a city next to Altamira..Irene is among the dozens of needy families what work with recyclable materials such as aluminum and plastic bottles that sell old iron sites. Are about forty. .In last March  the Public Ministry of the State of Para in Altamira, make conducted  inspection survey to establish civil prosecution in civil justice, for the deployment of a landfill in the area..This landfill is among the constraints, imposed on the Belo Monte Consortium Builder (CCBM), responsible for the construction of the Belo Monte Dam. The constraints are improvements that should be made in the city of Altamira and across the region that will be affected by the plant,  established by IBAMA, FUNAI, neighborhood association, municipality of Altamira and the state government. However, according to social organizations and movements that accompany the construction, nothing was done. Public hospitals are scrapped, sewage runs open in the city center...Six women who survive the work at the dump. Irene Souza Almeida, Maria Nazare Lima, Maria Rita dos Santos Martins Ivanilde, Cristiane and Leonedi (who does not want to give their last names)..From 7 o'clock in the morning, these 6 women worked until the 13 hrs collecting aluminum cans and plastic for money and take home to keep. Irene left the distaff  after her husband who suffered from alcoholism. Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump..Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump. Maria Nazareth purchased land and is buildi
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  • Irene Souza Almeida, 56, lives on the collection and sale of cans and plastic bottles lying at the dump of Altamira. After having filled two large bags with their laitnhas warned other than another pile of garbage was better because it had more cans aluminium, trash that was brought from the city. Speak  without measuring how you really feel. Mother of 8 children, all married, men work on the cocoa plantation near the city. The daughter, after marriage moved to a city next to Altamira..Irene is among the dozens of needy families what work with recyclable materials such as aluminum and plastic bottles that sell old iron sites. Are about forty. .In last March  the Public Ministry of the State of Para in Altamira, make conducted  inspection survey to establish civil prosecution in civil justice, for the deployment of a landfill in the area..This landfill is among the constraints, imposed on the Belo Monte Consortium Builder (CCBM), responsible for the construction of the Belo Monte Dam. The constraints are improvements that should be made in the city of Altamira and across the region that will be affected by the plant,  established by IBAMA, FUNAI, neighborhood association, municipality of Altamira and the state government. However, according to social organizations and movements that accompany the construction, nothing was done. Public hospitals are scrapped, sewage runs open in the city center...Six women who survive the work at the dump. Irene Souza Almeida, Maria Nazare Lima, Maria Rita dos Santos Martins Ivanilde, Cristiane and Leonedi (who does not want to give their last names)..From 7 o'clock in the morning, these 6 women worked until the 13 hrs collecting aluminum cans and plastic for money and take home to keep. Irene left the distaff  after her husband who suffered from alcoholism. Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump..Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump. Maria Nazareth purchased land and is buildi
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  • Irene Souza Almeida, 56, lives on the collection and sale of cans and plastic bottles lying at the dump of Altamira. After having filled two large bags with their laitnhas warned other than another pile of garbage was better because it had more cans aluminium, trash that was brought from the city. Speak  without measuring how you really feel. Mother of 8 children, all married, men work on the cocoa plantation near the city. The daughter, after marriage moved to a city next to Altamira..Irene is among the dozens of needy families what work with recyclable materials such as aluminum and plastic bottles that sell old iron sites. Are about forty. .In last March  the Public Ministry of the State of Para in Altamira, make conducted  inspection survey to establish civil prosecution in civil justice, for the deployment of a landfill in the area..This landfill is among the constraints, imposed on the Belo Monte Consortium Builder (CCBM), responsible for the construction of the Belo Monte Dam. The constraints are improvements that should be made in the city of Altamira and across the region that will be affected by the plant,  established by IBAMA, FUNAI, neighborhood association, municipality of Altamira and the state government. However, according to social organizations and movements that accompany the construction, nothing was done. Public hospitals are scrapped, sewage runs open in the city center...Six women who survive the work at the dump. Irene Souza Almeida, Maria Nazare Lima, Maria Rita dos Santos Martins Ivanilde, Cristiane and Leonedi (who does not want to give their last names)..From 7 o'clock in the morning, these 6 women worked until the 13 hrs collecting aluminum cans and plastic for money and take home to keep. Irene left the distaff  after her husband who suffered from alcoholism. Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump..Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump. Maria Nazareth purchased land and is buildi
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  • Irene Souza Almeida, 56, lives on the collection and sale of cans and plastic bottles lying at the dump of Altamira. After having filled two large bags with their laitnhas warned other than another pile of garbage was better because it had more cans aluminium, trash that was brought from the city. Speak  without measuring how you really feel. Mother of 8 children, all married, men work on the cocoa plantation near the city. The daughter, after marriage moved to a city next to Altamira..Irene is among the dozens of needy families what work with recyclable materials such as aluminum and plastic bottles that sell old iron sites. Are about forty. .In last March  the Public Ministry of the State of Para in Altamira, make conducted  inspection survey to establish civil prosecution in civil justice, for the deployment of a landfill in the area..This landfill is among the constraints, imposed on the Belo Monte Consortium Builder (CCBM), responsible for the construction of the Belo Monte Dam. The constraints are improvements that should be made in the city of Altamira and across the region that will be affected by the plant,  established by IBAMA, FUNAI, neighborhood association, municipality of Altamira and the state government. However, according to social organizations and movements that accompany the construction, nothing was done. Public hospitals are scrapped, sewage runs open in the city center...Six women who survive the work at the dump. Irene Souza Almeida, Maria Nazare Lima, Maria Rita dos Santos Martins Ivanilde, Cristiane and Leonedi (who does not want to give their last names)..From 7 o'clock in the morning, these 6 women worked until the 13 hrs collecting aluminum cans and plastic for money and take home to keep. Irene left the distaff  after her husband who suffered from alcoholism. Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump..Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump. Maria Nazareth purchased land and is buildi
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  • Irene Souza Almeida, 56, lives on the collection and sale of cans and plastic bottles lying at the dump of Altamira. After having filled two large bags with their laitnhas warned other than another pile of garbage was better because it had more cans aluminium, trash that was brought from the city. Speak  without measuring how you really feel. Mother of 8 children, all married, men work on the cocoa plantation near the city. The daughter, after marriage moved to a city next to Altamira..Irene is among the dozens of needy families what work with recyclable materials such as aluminum and plastic bottles that sell old iron sites. Are about forty. .In last March  the Public Ministry of the State of Para in Altamira, make conducted  inspection survey to establish civil prosecution in civil justice, for the deployment of a landfill in the area..This landfill is among the constraints, imposed on the Belo Monte Consortium Builder (CCBM), responsible for the construction of the Belo Monte Dam. The constraints are improvements that should be made in the city of Altamira and across the region that will be affected by the plant,  established by IBAMA, FUNAI, neighborhood association, municipality of Altamira and the state government. However, according to social organizations and movements that accompany the construction, nothing was done. Public hospitals are scrapped, sewage runs open in the city center...Six women who survive the work at the dump. Irene Souza Almeida, Maria Nazare Lima, Maria Rita dos Santos Martins Ivanilde, Cristiane and Leonedi (who does not want to give their last names)..From 7 o'clock in the morning, these 6 women worked until the 13 hrs collecting aluminum cans and plastic for money and take home to keep. Irene left the distaff  after her husband who suffered from alcoholism. Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump..Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump. Maria Nazareth purchased land and is buildi
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  • Irene Souza Almeida, 56, lives on the collection and sale of cans and plastic bottles lying at the dump of Altamira. After having filled two large bags with their laitnhas warned other than another pile of garbage was better because it had more cans aluminium, trash that was brought from the city. Speak  without measuring how you really feel. Mother of 8 children, all married, men work on the cocoa plantation near the city. The daughter, after marriage moved to a city next to Altamira..Irene is among the dozens of needy families what work with recyclable materials such as aluminum and plastic bottles that sell old iron sites. Are about forty. .In last March  the Public Ministry of the State of Para in Altamira, make conducted  inspection survey to establish civil prosecution in civil justice, for the deployment of a landfill in the area..This landfill is among the constraints, imposed on the Belo Monte Consortium Builder (CCBM), responsible for the construction of the Belo Monte Dam. The constraints are improvements that should be made in the city of Altamira and across the region that will be affected by the plant,  established by IBAMA, FUNAI, neighborhood association, municipality of Altamira and the state government. However, according to social organizations and movements that accompany the construction, nothing was done. Public hospitals are scrapped, sewage runs open in the city center...Six women who survive the work at the dump. Irene Souza Almeida, Maria Nazare Lima, Maria Rita dos Santos Martins Ivanilde, Cristiane and Leonedi (who does not want to give their last names)..From 7 o'clock in the morning, these 6 women worked until the 13 hrs collecting aluminum cans and plastic for money and take home to keep. Irene left the distaff  after her husband who suffered from alcoholism. Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump..Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump. Maria Nazareth purchased land and is buildi
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  • Irene Souza Almeida, 56, lives on the collection and sale of cans and plastic bottles lying at the dump of Altamira. After having filled two large bags with their laitnhas warned other than another pile of garbage was better because it had more cans aluminium, trash that was brought from the city. Speak  without measuring how you really feel. Mother of 8 children, all married, men work on the cocoa plantation near the city. The daughter, after marriage moved to a city next to Altamira..Irene is among the dozens of needy families what work with recyclable materials such as aluminum and plastic bottles that sell old iron sites. Are about forty. .In last March  the Public Ministry of the State of Para in Altamira, make conducted  inspection survey to establish civil prosecution in civil justice, for the deployment of a landfill in the area..This landfill is among the constraints, imposed on the Belo Monte Consortium Builder (CCBM), responsible for the construction of the Belo Monte Dam. The constraints are improvements that should be made in the city of Altamira and across the region that will be affected by the plant,  established by IBAMA, FUNAI, neighborhood association, municipality of Altamira and the state government. However, according to social organizations and movements that accompany the construction, nothing was done. Public hospitals are scrapped, sewage runs open in the city center...Six women who survive the work at the dump. Irene Souza Almeida, Maria Nazare Lima, Maria Rita dos Santos Martins Ivanilde, Cristiane and Leonedi (who does not want to give their last names)..From 7 o'clock in the morning, these 6 women worked until the 13 hrs collecting aluminum cans and plastic for money and take home to keep. Irene left the distaff  after her husband who suffered from alcoholism. Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump..Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump. Maria Nazareth purchased land and is buildi
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  • Irene Souza Almeida, 56, lives on the collection and sale of cans and plastic bottles lying at the dump of Altamira. After having filled two large bags with their laitnhas warned other than another pile of garbage was better because it had more cans aluminium, trash that was brought from the city. Speak  without measuring how you really feel. Mother of 8 children, all married, men work on the cocoa plantation near the city. The daughter, after marriage moved to a city next to Altamira..Irene is among the dozens of needy families what work with recyclable materials such as aluminum and plastic bottles that sell old iron sites. Are about forty. .In last March  the Public Ministry of the State of Para in Altamira, make conducted  inspection survey to establish civil prosecution in civil justice, for the deployment of a landfill in the area..This landfill is among the constraints, imposed on the Belo Monte Consortium Builder (CCBM), responsible for the construction of the Belo Monte Dam. The constraints are improvements that should be made in the city of Altamira and across the region that will be affected by the plant,  established by IBAMA, FUNAI, neighborhood association, municipality of Altamira and the state government. However, according to social organizations and movements that accompany the construction, nothing was done. Public hospitals are scrapped, sewage runs open in the city center...Six women who survive the work at the dump. Irene Souza Almeida, Maria Nazare Lima, Maria Rita dos Santos Martins Ivanilde, Cristiane and Leonedi (who does not want to give their last names)..From 7 o'clock in the morning, these 6 women worked until the 13 hrs collecting aluminum cans and plastic for money and take home to keep. Irene left the distaff  after her husband who suffered from alcoholism. Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump..Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump. Maria Nazareth purchased land and is buildi
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  • Irene Souza Almeida, 56, lives on the collection and sale of cans and plastic bottles lying at the dump of Altamira. After having filled two large bags with their laitnhas warned other than another pile of garbage was better because it had more cans aluminium, trash that was brought from the city. Speak  without measuring how you really feel. Mother of 8 children, all married, men work on the cocoa plantation near the city. The daughter, after marriage moved to a city next to Altamira..Irene is among the dozens of needy families what work with recyclable materials such as aluminum and plastic bottles that sell old iron sites. Are about forty. .In last March  the Public Ministry of the State of Para in Altamira, make conducted  inspection survey to establish civil prosecution in civil justice, for the deployment of a landfill in the area..This landfill is among the constraints, imposed on the Belo Monte Consortium Builder (CCBM), responsible for the construction of the Belo Monte Dam. The constraints are improvements that should be made in the city of Altamira and across the region that will be affected by the plant,  established by IBAMA, FUNAI, neighborhood association, municipality of Altamira and the state government. However, according to social organizations and movements that accompany the construction, nothing was done. Public hospitals are scrapped, sewage runs open in the city center...Six women who survive the work at the dump. Irene Souza Almeida, Maria Nazare Lima, Maria Rita dos Santos Martins Ivanilde, Cristiane and Leonedi (who does not want to give their last names)..From 7 o'clock in the morning, these 6 women worked until the 13 hrs collecting aluminum cans and plastic for money and take home to keep. Irene left the distaff  after her husband who suffered from alcoholism. Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump..Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump. Maria Nazareth purchased land and is buildi
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  • Irene Souza Almeida, 56, lives on the collection and sale of cans and plastic bottles lying at the dump of Altamira. After having filled two large bags with their laitnhas warned other than another pile of garbage was better because it had more cans aluminium, trash that was brought from the city. Speak  without measuring how you really feel. Mother of 8 children, all married, men work on the cocoa plantation near the city. The daughter, after marriage moved to a city next to Altamira..Irene is among the dozens of needy families what work with recyclable materials such as aluminum and plastic bottles that sell old iron sites. Are about forty. .In last March  the Public Ministry of the State of Para in Altamira, make conducted  inspection survey to establish civil prosecution in civil justice, for the deployment of a landfill in the area..This landfill is among the constraints, imposed on the Belo Monte Consortium Builder (CCBM), responsible for the construction of the Belo Monte Dam. The constraints are improvements that should be made in the city of Altamira and across the region that will be affected by the plant,  established by IBAMA, FUNAI, neighborhood association, municipality of Altamira and the state government. However, according to social organizations and movements that accompany the construction, nothing was done. Public hospitals are scrapped, sewage runs open in the city center...Six women who survive the work at the dump. Irene Souza Almeida, Maria Nazare Lima, Maria Rita dos Santos Martins Ivanilde, Cristiane and Leonedi (who does not want to give their last names)..From 7 o'clock in the morning, these 6 women worked until the 13 hrs collecting aluminum cans and plastic for money and take home to keep. Irene left the distaff  after her husband who suffered from alcoholism. Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump..Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump. Maria Nazareth purchased land and is buildi
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  • Irene Souza Almeida, 56, lives on the collection and sale of cans and plastic bottles lying at the dump of Altamira. After having filled two large bags with their laitnhas warned other than another pile of garbage was better because it had more cans aluminium, trash that was brought from the city. Speak  without measuring how you really feel. Mother of 8 children, all married, men work on the cocoa plantation near the city. The daughter, after marriage moved to a city next to Altamira..Irene is among the dozens of needy families what work with recyclable materials such as aluminum and plastic bottles that sell old iron sites. Are about forty. .In last March  the Public Ministry of the State of Para in Altamira, make conducted  inspection survey to establish civil prosecution in civil justice, for the deployment of a landfill in the area..This landfill is among the constraints, imposed on the Belo Monte Consortium Builder (CCBM), responsible for the construction of the Belo Monte Dam. The constraints are improvements that should be made in the city of Altamira and across the region that will be affected by the plant,  established by IBAMA, FUNAI, neighborhood association, municipality of Altamira and the state government. However, according to social organizations and movements that accompany the construction, nothing was done. Public hospitals are scrapped, sewage runs open in the city center...Six women who survive the work at the dump. Irene Souza Almeida, Maria Nazare Lima, Maria Rita dos Santos Martins Ivanilde, Cristiane and Leonedi (who does not want to give their last names)..From 7 o'clock in the morning, these 6 women worked until the 13 hrs collecting aluminum cans and plastic for money and take home to keep. Irene left the distaff  after her husband who suffered from alcoholism. Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump..Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump. Maria Nazareth purchased land and is buildi
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  • Irene Souza Almeida, 56, lives on the collection and sale of cans and plastic bottles lying at the dump of Altamira. After having filled two large bags with their laitnhas warned other than another pile of garbage was better because it had more cans aluminium, trash that was brought from the city. Speak  without measuring how you really feel. Mother of 8 children, all married, men work on the cocoa plantation near the city. The daughter, after marriage moved to a city next to Altamira..Irene is among the dozens of needy families what work with recyclable materials such as aluminum and plastic bottles that sell old iron sites. Are about forty. .In last March  the Public Ministry of the State of Para in Altamira, make conducted  inspection survey to establish civil prosecution in civil justice, for the deployment of a landfill in the area..This landfill is among the constraints, imposed on the Belo Monte Consortium Builder (CCBM), responsible for the construction of the Belo Monte Dam. The constraints are improvements that should be made in the city of Altamira and across the region that will be affected by the plant,  established by IBAMA, FUNAI, neighborhood association, municipality of Altamira and the state government. However, according to social organizations and movements that accompany the construction, nothing was done. Public hospitals are scrapped, sewage runs open in the city center...Six women who survive the work at the dump. Irene Souza Almeida, Maria Nazare Lima, Maria Rita dos Santos Martins Ivanilde, Cristiane and Leonedi (who does not want to give their last names)..From 7 o'clock in the morning, these 6 women worked until the 13 hrs collecting aluminum cans and plastic for money and take home to keep. Irene left the distaff  after her husband who suffered from alcoholism. Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump..Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump. Maria Nazareth purchased land and is buildi
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  • Irene Souza Almeida, 56, lives on the collection and sale of cans and plastic bottles lying at the dump of Altamira. After having filled two large bags with their laitnhas warned other than another pile of garbage was better because it had more cans aluminium, trash that was brought from the city. Speak  without measuring how you really feel. Mother of 8 children, all married, men work on the cocoa plantation near the city. The daughter, after marriage moved to a city next to Altamira..Irene is among the dozens of needy families what work with recyclable materials such as aluminum and plastic bottles that sell old iron sites. Are about forty. .In last March  the Public Ministry of the State of Para in Altamira, make conducted  inspection survey to establish civil prosecution in civil justice, for the deployment of a landfill in the area..This landfill is among the constraints, imposed on the Belo Monte Consortium Builder (CCBM), responsible for the construction of the Belo Monte Dam. The constraints are improvements that should be made in the city of Altamira and across the region that will be affected by the plant,  established by IBAMA, FUNAI, neighborhood association, municipality of Altamira and the state government. However, according to social organizations and movements that accompany the construction, nothing was done. Public hospitals are scrapped, sewage runs open in the city center...Six women who survive the work at the dump. Irene Souza Almeida, Maria Nazare Lima, Maria Rita dos Santos Martins Ivanilde, Cristiane and Leonedi (who does not want to give their last names)..From 7 o'clock in the morning, these 6 women worked until the 13 hrs collecting aluminum cans and plastic for money and take home to keep. Irene left the distaff  after her husband who suffered from alcoholism. Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump..Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump. Maria Nazareth purchased land and is buildi
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  • Irene Souza Almeida, 56, lives on the collection and sale of cans and plastic bottles lying at the dump of Altamira. After having filled two large bags with their laitnhas warned other than another pile of garbage was better because it had more cans aluminium, trash that was brought from the city. Speak  without measuring how you really feel. Mother of 8 children, all married, men work on the cocoa plantation near the city. The daughter, after marriage moved to a city next to Altamira..Irene is among the dozens of needy families what work with recyclable materials such as aluminum and plastic bottles that sell old iron sites. Are about forty. .In last March  the Public Ministry of the State of Para in Altamira, make conducted  inspection survey to establish civil prosecution in civil justice, for the deployment of a landfill in the area..This landfill is among the constraints, imposed on the Belo Monte Consortium Builder (CCBM), responsible for the construction of the Belo Monte Dam. The constraints are improvements that should be made in the city of Altamira and across the region that will be affected by the plant,  established by IBAMA, FUNAI, neighborhood association, municipality of Altamira and the state government. However, according to social organizations and movements that accompany the construction, nothing was done. Public hospitals are scrapped, sewage runs open in the city center...Six women who survive the work at the dump. Irene Souza Almeida, Maria Nazare Lima, Maria Rita dos Santos Martins Ivanilde, Cristiane and Leonedi (who does not want to give their last names)..From 7 o'clock in the morning, these 6 women worked until the 13 hrs collecting aluminum cans and plastic for money and take home to keep. Irene left the distaff  after her husband who suffered from alcoholism. Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump..Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump. Maria Nazareth purchased land and is buildi
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  • Irene Souza Almeida, 56, lives on the collection and sale of cans and plastic bottles lying at the dump of Altamira. After having filled two large bags with their laitnhas warned other than another pile of garbage was better because it had more cans aluminium, trash that was brought from the city. Speak  without measuring how you really feel. Mother of 8 children, all married, men work on the cocoa plantation near the city. The daughter, after marriage moved to a city next to Altamira..Irene is among the dozens of needy families what work with recyclable materials such as aluminum and plastic bottles that sell old iron sites. Are about forty. .In last March  the Public Ministry of the State of Para in Altamira, make conducted  inspection survey to establish civil prosecution in civil justice, for the deployment of a landfill in the area..This landfill is among the constraints, imposed on the Belo Monte Consortium Builder (CCBM), responsible for the construction of the Belo Monte Dam. The constraints are improvements that should be made in the city of Altamira and across the region that will be affected by the plant,  established by IBAMA, FUNAI, neighborhood association, municipality of Altamira and the state government. However, according to social organizations and movements that accompany the construction, nothing was done. Public hospitals are scrapped, sewage runs open in the city center...Six women who survive the work at the dump. Irene Souza Almeida, Maria Nazare Lima, Maria Rita dos Santos Martins Ivanilde, Cristiane and Leonedi (who does not want to give their last names)..From 7 o'clock in the morning, these 6 women worked until the 13 hrs collecting aluminum cans and plastic for money and take home to keep. Irene left the distaff  after her husband who suffered from alcoholism. Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump..Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump. Maria Nazareth purchased land and is buildi
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  • Irene Souza Almeida, 56, lives on the collection and sale of cans and plastic bottles lying at the dump of Altamira. After having filled two large bags with their laitnhas warned other than another pile of garbage was better because it had more cans aluminium, trash that was brought from the city. Speak  without measuring how you really feel. Mother of 8 children, all married, men work on the cocoa plantation near the city. The daughter, after marriage moved to a city next to Altamira..Irene is among the dozens of needy families what work with recyclable materials such as aluminum and plastic bottles that sell old iron sites. Are about forty. .In last March  the Public Ministry of the State of Para in Altamira, make conducted  inspection survey to establish civil prosecution in civil justice, for the deployment of a landfill in the area..This landfill is among the constraints, imposed on the Belo Monte Consortium Builder (CCBM), responsible for the construction of the Belo Monte Dam. The constraints are improvements that should be made in the city of Altamira and across the region that will be affected by the plant,  established by IBAMA, FUNAI, neighborhood association, municipality of Altamira and the state government. However, according to social organizations and movements that accompany the construction, nothing was done. Public hospitals are scrapped, sewage runs open in the city center...Six women who survive the work at the dump. Irene Souza Almeida, Maria Nazare Lima, Maria Rita dos Santos Martins Ivanilde, Cristiane and Leonedi (who does not want to give their last names)..From 7 o'clock in the morning, these 6 women worked until the 13 hrs collecting aluminum cans and plastic for money and take home to keep. Irene left the distaff  after her husband who suffered from alcoholism. Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump..Today she lives alone and pays rent thanks to the work at the dump. Maria Nazareth purchased land and is buildi
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