The Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES) has approved financing operations of R$ 3.8 billion to carry out investments in the state of Maranhão from 2013 to 2016.
The objective is to enable the execution of integrated development programs, part of the Pluriannual State Plan that includes a set of socioeconomic investments linked to the Viva Maranhão Program. They are related to the sectors such as territorial management, public management, education, health, environmental sanitation, public safety, road infrastructure, social assistance and urban mobility, with expectation of generating more than 40 thousand direct and indirect jobs.
All planned investments have as main objectives combating poverty and reducing inequalities, universalization of health services and basic sanitation, quality of education, public safety, professional development capacity building and scientific and technological training.
Services linked to Environmental Engineering, carrying out supervision, control and monitoring activities, with the objective of identifying environmental nonconformities, indicating corrective actions, executing fauna management actions, and promoting environmental education activities.
It also considered the elaboration of other studies, such as the inventory and solid waste management plan, contamination risk analysis by hydrocarbons, environmental audit, fauna management plan, and elaboration of the basic and executive projects of the waste storage area of the Santos Dumont Airport, in Rio de Janeiro state (RJ).
Specialized technical services for supporting the management and supervision of executive projects of the works for: renovation and expansion of the passenger terminal, TPS parking, access road, utilities center, construction of administrative building and parking, KF, CAG, support area for ramp equipment and new ETE at the Marechal Rondon International Airport, in Várzea Grande, Mato Grosso state (MT).
Technical advisory services to the Amapá State Planning Secretariat, in support for management, supervision of the Amapá/BNDES Integrated Regional Human Development Program (PRDI) and Proinveste.
Management and supervision for the implementation of 14 Components of the Program, with investments estimated at R$ 1.090 billion in 04 years, in structuring works and services, financed by the Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES).
Management of infrastructure works executed, by the Amapá State Government, through lines of credit at the BNDES.
Infrastructure works in the areas of basic sanitation, energy, urban mobility, health, education, leisure, sports, culture, housing, among others, have aroused the interest of local people in developing local infrastructure.