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THE LARGEST ABORIGINAL INDEPENDENT FUND

DEDICATED TO HELPING THE ENVIRONMENT

REAL SOLUTIONS

CREATION OF RALLYING PROJECTS

BREAKING THE BARRIERS

TO STAND UNITED IN FRONT OF GLOBAL ISSUES

WHAT IS THIS FUND?

  • An independent fund
  • Private
  • Non-governmental

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NON-REFUNDABLE

WHERE IS THE CAPITAL COMING FROM?

  • Credit lines
  • Private investments
  • Value of natural resources belonging to Aboriginals (mines, forests, etc.)

 

14 000 000$

Currently $14M in mortgage security

WHAT IS PURPOSE OF THE FUND?

The creation of innovative independent projects that meet several criteria:

  • The protection of the environment and the preservation of ecosystems
  • Human and community assistance
  • Aid to aboriginal communities
  • Job creation

Projects can be submitted from May 1, 2019

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Foreword


Aboriginal people have a special relationship with the land, all living things and even inanimate objects. Their traditional teachings and belief systems give them the understanding that they are responsible to preserve and protect the environment, eco-systems, and all creatures that inhabit them for the next seven generations.

Unfortunately, the impacts of 400 years of European settlement and technology have not only degraded
the Aboriginal way of life, but also the eco-systems and natural resources that are essential to sustain
human life. We have now reached a point where the survival of our planet, and all life on it, is at risk…

THE PLANET NEEDS YOU!

 

The Earth does not belong to us; we belong to the Earth.

(Aboriginal maxim)

Danny Lareguy

Mi’kmaq traditional Chief

The world has two years to act against climate change; if it does not, it risks having to deal with “disastrous consequences.”

António Guterres

Secretary General, UNO—2017

A REAL PLAN


Vision
The goal of the GFAA is to establish communities both self-sufficient and environmental (eco communities) within a pilot project managed by and for the members who will settle in them under traditional governance.

Taking advantage of the technology and expertise, they will provide solutions for pollution, contaminated soil and water, and will use novel farming techniques, while offering opportunities for employment, education and research through economic development.

Mission
Establish partnerships with aboriginal communities requiring funding sources to create ecologically and economically viable communities, in order to minimize or, if at all possible, to reverse the damages caused to the environment by human and industrial pollution, as well as by the exploitation of natural resources.
Our Plan
The ecologically viable eco-communities will be designed and led by the communities selected, who will focus on the reduction or attempted reversal of environmental damages and on creating economic and job opportunities. Part of the generated funds will be funnelled to assistance to aboriginal and non-aboriginal communities, in order to work towards the preservation of the environment for future generations.

Our Priorities


  • Ecological and environmental preservation and renewal
  • Economic sustainability and self-sufficiency of
    off-reserve Aboriginal communities
  • “Green” energy
  • Integrating modern technologies with traditional methods to optimize land and water use, while developing more sustainable practices
  • Traditional Aboriginal knowledge systems and
    practices
  • Supporting historically and economically
    marginalized Aboriginal communities

All projects and transactions will be supervised and/or executed by GFAA with regular audits to ensure compliance with accepted financial and international banking principles.

PROJECTS

HUMANITARIAN

INNOVATIVE

EXCITING

SOCIETAL

ENVIRONMENTAL

THE ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA


As the goal of the GFAA Corporation is to encourage self-sufficiency and environmental, cultural and financial sustainability, projects supported by GFAA shall meet the following criteria:

Protection and preservation of ecosystems

Support and assistance to Aboriginals

Humanitarian and community assistance

Job creation

A FIRST PILOT PROJECT HAS BEEN LAUNCHED


ABORIGINALS OF AMERICA RENEWABLE ENERGY PROGRAM

The Aboriginal Chiefs of America launched AAREP with the goal of helping families from all communities to harness nature responsibly, in order to ensure its permanence.

A first pilot project is set up under this program.

SOLAR ENERGY PROJECT

The goal will be to offer 80% rebates on turnkey projects to install solar panels, adjusted to the facility or to the intended use. An alternative energy source for the protection of the environment, allowing considerable savings.

Funding, Leadership and Oversight


All funding comes from resources owned and leveraged by Aboriginal communities and the international business community who share a common goal to preserve the environment and empower Aboriginal peoples.

Projects are selected through a consensus by the leaders of the Aboriginal communities selected to receive funding in the form of non-repayable grants, with the input and oversight of the funders.

In return, the selected communities provide funding for other Aboriginal communities by donating 10% of profits to the GFAA for re-distribution.

THE OPPORTUNITY: PRESERVING THE ENVIRONMENT THROUGH TRADITION

After generations of witnessing the depletion and destruction of wildlife, natural resources and the environment, Aboriginal leaders have come together, leveraging their skills and resources as well as those provided by other Aboriginal leaders, to reverse the damage and preserve the earth for future generations in keeping with traditional Aboriginal ways.

GFAA is supporting these communities by providing funding, green technologies, business expertise and other resources to slow down or reverse the harm done to the planet caused by industrialization, human pollution, mining, deforestation, etc.

We recognize that we are at a critical juncture to save the planet and the time to act is now before it is too late. As such, we are offering support and partnerships to Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal peoples willing to embrace and implement “green” technologies for the betterment of the environment and the well-being of our children and future generations.

Traditions First


The Women Decide

In traditional Aboriginal societies, the wisdom of women was revered and respected. Women held a central role in the protection, oversight and management of their communities, and were involved in every aspect of community life. As life givers and caregivers, women are attuned to their community needs and are naturally inclined to consensus-building for the well-being of all, from the needs of the children through to future generations.

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The Chiefs Act

If there was an issue that could not be resolved by seeking the advice of the Elders, after consulting with the community, the Chief would consult the Clanmothers whose decision was final.The Clanmothers also had exclusive authority to limit the powers of a Chief or remove the Chief from office.

Guaranteeing well-being

GFAA advocates a return to these traditional ways in order to ensure that the needs of the communities are addressed collaboratively and intuitively, ensuring the well-being of future generations.