Learn about the organizational structure of PSA, including management of resources, legal structure, developed projects and agreements, its networks, partners and investors.
Saúde e Alegria (PSA) is the operational name of the initiative executed by the Center for Advanced Studies on Social and Environmental Promotion (CEAPS), a non-profit civil institution founded in 1985:
- Recognized as an Entity of Municipal Public Utility– Law n. 16.902/2001 – Santarém (PA).
- Recognized as an Entity of Federal Public Utility – Ordinance 266 of the Ministry of Justice, published in the Diário Oficial da União on 03/03/2006.
- Registered in the National Social Assistance Council (Brasília – Federal District) – Resolution n. 174, published in the Diário Oficial da União em 18/11/1998.
- Certified as a Charity Entity for Social Assistance– Resolution n. 71, published in the Diário Oficial da União on 05/28/2007, Section I, process n. 71010.002694/2006-42.
CEAPS DELIBERATIVE BODIES
- General Assembly – this is the entity’s sovereign body, comprised of all partners in full exercise of their rights, which meets annually and holds extraordinary meetings when needed to deliberate on all matters within its competence;
- Executive Board – formed by four members (a President, a Vice-president, a Secretary and a Treasurer) and their respective alternates, elected at the General Assembly, with four-year terms; the Board meets regularly to deliberate on all matters within its competence;
- Board of Auditors – formed by three members and their respective alternates, elected at the General Assembly and who are not members of the Executive Board, with four-year terms; the Board of Auditors meets at least once a year to audit the actions of the Executive Board, financial statements, accounts and respective agreements.
In accordance with CEAPS statutory procedures and deliberative bodies, the Executive Board is responsible for appointing PSA General Coordinators – whose powers are delegated by the President by proxy. The Coordinators are responsible for PSA’s global conduct, and for political, technical, strategic and administrative activities, together with coordination and technical staff contracted by the Coordinators.
As a non-profit institution, PSA relies on external funding to carry out its activities, mostly mobilized through projects supported by grants from donor institutions.
Its global action is the result of various cooperation agreements developed through interaction and partnership with counterparts. All of its financial and asset management is executed by the PSA Administrative Sector, with Sectorial Coordination responsible for executing agreements directly related to their respective programs.
In accordance with the Brazilian fiscal year (January to December), the financial reports, the rendering of accounts and the financial statements are updated and independently audited by a third party, to then be submitted to the CEAPS Board of Auditors and for approval from the partner’s General Assembly.
Annual Financial Audit Opinions
- 2019 Audit Reporte
- 2018 Audit Report
- CEAPS 2017 External Audit Report
- 2016 Audit Report
- 2015 Audit Report
- 2014 Audit Report
- 2013 Audit Report
- 2012 Audit Report
- 2011 Audit Report
- 2010 Audit Report
- 2009 Audit Report
- 2008 Audit Report
Annual Balance Sheets
- Balance Sheet 2018
- Balance Sheet 2017
- Balance Sheet 2016
- Balance Sheet 2015
- Balance Sheet 2014
- Balance Sheet 2013
- Balance Sheet 2012
- Balance Sheet 2011
- Balance Sheet 2010
- Balance Sheet 2009
- Balance Sheet 2008
Caetano Scannavino Filho | Eugênio Scannavino Neto
- Adriana Rodrigues Pontes (Administrative Coordinator)
- Manoel Altamir de Sá Neves
- Wander Luis Soares da Silva
- Sebastião Alves dos Santos
- Nelson Rodrigues Pontes
- Juscelino Kubitschek Ferreira Fernandes
- Gustavo de Almeida Fernandes
- Glauce Oliveira Lima
- Raissa Daiane Sousa Lira
- Waldicleia Pedroso Sobral
- Orlandino Sousa dos Santos
- Breno Calzavara
- Douglas Carvalho
- Eugênio Scannavino ((Health Coordinator))
- Fábio Tozzi
- Marcela Pinheiro (Consultant)
- Fábio Pena (Educommunication Coordinator)
- Paulo Lima (Entrepreneurship Coordinator)
- Elis Lucien R. Barbosa
- Walter Oliveira da Silva
- Ana Daiane Lopes Costa
- Tiberio Alloggio (Territorial Development Coordinator)
- Livaldo Sarmento da Silva
- Edna Reis Costa Araújo
- Davide Pompermaier (Access to Water and Renewable Energies Coordinator)
- Jussara Vanessa Salgado Batista
- João Carlos Dombroski
- Silvanei Rodrigues Correa
- Paulo Henrique Bonassa (Forest Economy Coordinator)
- Valdemar Guimarães Paz
- Daliane Lopes de Sousa
- Laurimar Lopes
- Moacir Imbiriba Rodrigues
- Raimundo Henrique Cursino
- Jair Dourado Lopes
- Jarine Rodrigues Reis
- Steve Mcqueen Fernando de Sousa
- Rosivaldo Lopes Santos
- Alexandre Goudinho Imbiriba
- Adailson Pereira Paz
- Alailson Sousa Rêgo
- Lenilza Farias
- Paulo Silvano de Sousa Martins
- Pioneers of the 21st Century – World Media.
- Milton Santos Health and Environment Award – FIOCRUZ-OPAS.
- Super Ecology Award – Superinteressante Magazine.
- Citizenship Award – Innovative Social Experiences – IBRD, Solidary Community – UN.
- Certified as Social Technology by Banco do Brasil Foundation
- Youth Mobilization Stories National Contestl (NGO ARACATI and Kellogg Foundation).
- Telemar Digital Inclusion Award
- Listed on the Social Stock Exchange (Bovespa).
- Yeomans Local Content Award – Open Knowledge – II World Summit on the Information Society (UN).
- Ashoka Social Entrepreneur Award.
- Community Income Generation Award – McKinsey & Company
- Award for Social Innovation in Latin America and the Caribbean (Community Health Actions) – Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (UN).
- Social Entrepreneur of the Year – Folha de S. Paulo – Schwab Foundation.
- Humanist of the Year Award – LatinTrade.
- Casa Planet Award – Casa Cláudia magazine.
- Stockholm Challenge Award (considered Nobel Prize of the Internet) – digital inclusion in the Amazon.
- Award for best social health project – Seleções magazine.
- Elected Angel of the Earth – Prince Albert II Mônaco Foundation.
- World Citizenship Award – Defense of the Environment in Unified Community Actions – Bahá’í Community of Brazil.
- Sustainable Stewart Award – Pamela Peeters Film Festival.
- Dom Helder Câmara Medal – National Council of Health Departments.
- Free Press Point Award – Ministry of Culture.
- Social Inclusion Award – A Rede Magazine.
- Global Mobile Award for Best Mobile Product, Initiative or Service for Emerging Markets.
- 3rd place in the Northern region FINEP Award, for “Social Technologies and Integrated Participatory Methodologies for the Sustainable and Global Development of Communities” project.
- 1st place in the Visionaris Award, 2013 – UBS Social Entrepreneur Award – Ashoka.
- 4th Brazilian Object Award – conceived by A CASA Museum of the Brazilian Object through the Amazonian Artisanal Colors and Fibers Project.
- Certification as leading organization in Innovation and Basic Education Creativity, from the Ministry of Education of the Federal Government.
- Selected as one of 52 organizations among 300 competitors for Ambev’s VOA Program.
- Elected one of the 100 best NGOs in Brazil by the Doar Institute.
- Certificate of Good Management Practices by Ambev’s VOA Program.
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