Movements build network to support victims of Brumadinho crime; here’s how to help

The goal is to send brigades and make sure victims of the dam collapse get supplies and help to organize their struggle

Leia em português | Brasil de Fato | São Paulo

Campaign aims to raise funds to strengthen the organization of locals impacted by the dam burst and support families of victims / Douglas Magno/AFP

Brazil’s Movement of People Affected by Dams (MAB) launched a campaign on Monday to raise money for the victims of the Vale dam collapse that happened in Brumadinho, Minas Gerais, last Friday, Jan. 25.

Rescue crews working in the area reported that the death toll reached 65 today, while 279 people are still missing, according to local authorities.

On their website, the movement wrote that the campaign aims to “raise funds to strengthen the organization of the people impacted by the tragedy, by sending brigades to support displaced families and the families of the victims, to ensure they have their rights respected.”

People from around the world can donate to the account below:


Branch No.: 2883-5

Account No.: 18.806-9

IBAN: BR1100000000028830000188069C1


Account holder: ANAB - Associação Nacional de Atingidos por Barragens

CNPJ (Tax Identification Number): 73.316.457/0001-83

Edition: Pedro Ribeiro Nogueira