Our story

Interelos was created to interconnect low-income communities with the market.

Instituto Interelos is a non-profit association founded in 2017 by business administrator and anthropologist Aerton Paiva. The organization operates in the field of socio-economics, executing the planning, structuring and implementation of extractive-based value chains.

Interelos was created based on the extensive previous experience of its founder and associates, which includes projects such as the Program 1 Million Cisterns for the Semi-Arid Region, by Febraban and Terra Forte, for the implementation of agro-industries in agrarian reform settlements.

Associates also have extensive experience in ESG strategy and implementation projects in the private sector. This history of consulting in large-scale projects allows Interelos to practice a very pragmatic vision for the implementation of production chains, with an emphasis on the market vision while working to create conditions for the autonomy of territories through education.

We are interested in actually transforming people's lives and we work to promote economic inclusion with pragmatism, strategy and efficiency.