Brazil is going through a rough crisis since 2015, so, whenever a change is announced to revamp and revitalize something essential for the Brazilian community, it shows progress towards a better future.
Felipe Montoro Jens, a businessman who has been the Executive Officer and Director of many important Brazilian corporations, speaks about the changes that are going to take place in the country regarding basic sanitation and its deficient structure in some localities of extreme poverty.
“Trata Brasil,” an institution with a focus on managing the basic sanitation of Brazil, has had its President Edison Carlos talk about the program in a recent interview with the Brazilian news network notícias.Terra. He pointed some of the most important factors of the initiative. He firmly believes that the decision will cause the structural areas and the management of resources to have an easier time providing the best experience for the community in such an essential part of structuring an urban area.
Felipe Montoro Jens adds that the program will also help with the wastage of water that results from an inadequate basic sanitation in these regions.
BNDES will make custom adjustments and plans according to each community and their unique needs and emergencies. This will allow the initiative to quickly cover more areas and spend fewer resources while not failing in delivering the project. Felipe explains that this will directly pay for itself because, by fixing the wastage of water, they will also allow these communities to live better lives and consume less water as a result. It’s always a win-win situation.
Felipe Montoro Jens is a specialist in Infrastructure and management of companies. He is currently the Chairman of Concessionária do Centro Administrativo do Distrito Federal, a famous automobile company, also known as Central, that is the result of a public and private partnership.