The quilombola community (descendants of African slaves) BacuPari is made up of 60 families, with an average of 7 people per family unit, totaling about 420 direct beneficiaries. These families do not receive support from the Brazilian government, as stated by the president of the association. According to him, the situation of poverty, hunger, gender inequality, unemployment and lack of decent working conditions in this community are alarming. Upon learning of the difficult situation experienced by the quilombola community, Floryl decided to support the community with professional training and development of the productive arrangement.

The crops currently planted by the community are beans, corn, millet and sorghum. A good part of the production goes to the subsistence of the families and the surplus production is sold in the local commerce. The income resulting from these sales is very low. In this context, Floryl will seek to reverse this situation of economic and social fragility experienced by these quilombola families.