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Maloca Forges New Partnerships in Brazil

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During a trip to Brazil in the summer of 2013 Maloca consolidated relations with an indigenous community in Xingu, in the state of Mato Grosso. Discussions with community members and leaders revealed areas of various future collaborations between Maloca and the community, like cultural preservation, food security, and education.

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