Through the “Trabalho Justo” project, the Pan American Development Foundation (PADF) seeks to improve institutional mechanisms to reduce the incidence of forced labor in the cattle ranching supply chain by focusing on prevention, protection, and prosecution activities in seven key southeastern municipalities in the Brazilian Amazonian state of Pará.
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