Instituto Terroá

      • Info: Street Portugual, 2905, room 108.
      • Santa Cruz do Jose Jacques. Ribeirão
      • Preto-SP. CEP: 14.020-733
      • Website:
      • E-Mail:
      • Contact Person: David Escaquete

      • Short Description (Company/ Institute):
      • Instituto Terroá, a non-profit association, was born in 2015, as a result of the concern of its founders to work to solve global challenges in a systemic and holistic way, that is, to articulate impact strategies that connect the political, cultural, economic and environmental.


      • Fields of activity, fields of research and development:

        We are organized in 3 main fronts:

        • • Transforming Economy
        • • Public policy
        • • Education and participatory processes
      • Main competences for international cooperation: 
      • We operate in projects of territorial development, strengthening of chain and value and community empowerment.

      • Main fields of interest for international cooperation:
      • Our area of interest is the strengthening of the chain in territorial development and socio-environmental safeguards in the fish chain.
      • References / examples of most relevant products and services:

        • • Diagnosis of territorial and community situation
        • • Incubation, acceleration, training and assistance for social and / or solidarity ventures
        • • Consultancy and advice for the management of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) or NGOs.



        • • Facilitation for Organizational Development
        • • Organizational leadership development
        • • Elaboration of Social Responsibility projects and programs



        • • Training of counselors, community leaders and public managers.
        • • Design of solutions for local demands and public policies facilitated by the dialogue between citizens and government.
        • • Planning and construction of Territorial Integration and Local Development Plans.
        • • Support to public management for transparency and social participation.



        • • Development of transformative educational programs
        • • Teacher training for engagement and social participation
        • • Thematic lectures and workshops