Committee Members

Several institutions have participated and contributed to the PCI Monitoring Committee, including IMEA, ICV, GIZ, IPAM, TNC, IDH, Intermat, ONF, Ação Verde, in addition to government bodies such as SEMA, SEDEC, SEAF, SEDUC and the Office of the Chief of Staff of the State of Mato Grosso.

Coordination: Andressa Ribeiro | Easth Innovation Institute

In 2024, members are expected to confirm their participation. If your institution is interested in participating in this Committee, please disclose your interest through our email: 
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Establishment of the Monitoring Working Group

In the end of 2016, within the scope of the PCI Strategy’s State Committee, there was a proposal to create a Working Group to monitor the goals, which became the starting point for the current PCI Monitoring Committee. The Working Group defined that the PCI would evaluate the evolution of its goals annually and would publish the results in a report.

Development of Indicators

To achieve the PCI’s objectives, the PCI Monitoring Committee worked in 2017 on the definition of indicators, baseline and source for each of the 21 (twenty-one) goals distributed in its three pillars. The indicators are being monitored and updated annually, which allows to identify the advances in each of the established goals and to evaluate and align the efforts by the government, the private sector and civil society.
The indicators were chosen considering the availability, the updating frequency of the information, the scale and format of the data. Thus, information produced by sources considered reliable and easily accessible, with annual or biannual updates was selected, giving preference to those with a municipal scale and that it were possible to spatially locate in the territory.
There is still no information available that meets these criteria for some goals, thus limiting the definition of a robust indicator. For some it was necessary to combine more than one indicator, and for others, an indicator composed of two pieces of information was used, and in some cases, it was only possible to identify indicators that reflected part of the goal.
The technical note available on the publications link on this page presents the goals of each of the three pillars that make up the Strategy, and the respective indicators, also showing which databases were used and how the information was processed.
The monitoring indicators, or baseline, are a key piece of information that makes it possible to observe the state’s condition in 2015, when the PCI was launched, and to measure its progress facilitating the assessment and alignment of the PCI targets, which is another task under the responsibility of this Committee.

Assessment of Goals

The goal assessment shows the results of the monitoring indicators of the 21 PCI goals per year, and includes the baseline reference for the year 2015, when the PCI was launched. This analysis also makes it possible to evaluate the Strategy in order to identify the need to review the data and to present proposals for improving targets and indicators. In addition, it demonstrates the progress made in each of the pillars.
The PCI Assessment for Years 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the PCI Strategy are available on this page.

Monitoring Platform

With the Earth Innovation Institute’s support, the PCI Monitoring Committee has launched its platform, which offers a complete control panel to track PCI objectives.
Through a dashboard, the platform allows users to assess the state’s situation and the goals’ progress, in addition to disseminating the results through documents, including the annual publication of the Assessment of Goals report. The Platform also offers a detailed view of the State's performance over time and offers a spatial view to better show how objectives can be achieved and distributed in each of its 141 municipalities.  Visit the Platafor´s website and leran more about the state´s progress.

Participatory Evaluation

In 2020, the PCI Institute's Monitoring Committee proposed a 5-year assessment of the Strategy. Organizations that participated in the design of the PCI or its Committee, including representative organizations from the production sector, companies, civil society organizations and state government bodies were invited to partake in a participatory evaluation process carried out during the second half of 2020, which was conducted through webinars, queries and virtual workshops. The process was supported by ICV, a member of the PCI Institute’s board, and carried out by Essencia Processos Participativos.
In a collaborative way, participating organizations and PCI partners discussed the advances, difficulties, teachings, results and impacts of the goals in each of the three pillars of the strategy - Produce, Conserve and Include - and their management, with the objective of carrying out the general PCI Strategy assessment from 2015 to date.
Guided by a reflective and participatory approach based on dialogues carried out in a remote environment, the participatory assessment was structured in three stages:

  • Webinar held on 8/27/2020, on the Zoom platform, to introduce the activities..
  • Online perception survey forms, available at from 8/31 to 10/8, 2020, on: overview of the PCI Strategy; each pillar of the Strategy and their respective thematic agendas; and management.
  • Remote workshops for each pillar of the strategy and a general workshop, between October and November 2020

When analyzing the set of goals for the Produce, Conserve and Include pillars, most organizations, with the intention of improving the PCI Strategy, suggested the following proposals:

  • Adjustments to 17 (seventeen) goals and 12 (twelve) indicators;
  • 15 (fifteen) new goals and 6 (six) new indicators;
  • 89 (eighty-nine) priority actions for the implementation of the goals in the three pillars - Produce, Conserve and Include, and
  • 38 (thirty-eight) priority actions for the management of the Strategy in the agendas for monitoring, attracting investments, communication (internal and external), regionalization/connection with territory and governance and public-private articulation.

With the received proposals for improvements in targets and indicators, in 2021 the PCI Institute expects to launch a newly settled vision of the Strategy for the 2020-2030 period. Other results of the evaluation will be analyzed in the scope of the Monitoring Committee and will contribute to the definition of the PCI targets for 2020-2025.

In the second half of 2021, with the support of ICV, the process of updating the PCI goals began, where six workshops were held with 28 entities involving a total of 47 people. The results of this process enabled the monitoring data gap to be reduced from 30% to 13%.

In 2022, the PCI Institute, with the support of GIZ and under the coordination of the ICV, launched the PCI Territorial Intelligence Network. The objective is to work towards building solutions based on technical-scientific knowledge, dialogue, participation and transparency with a focus on generating data for the PCI Monitoring Committee as well as solutions aimed at PCI territorial intelligence.

The consultancy mapped the quality of pastures in the state of Mato Grosso between 2015 and 2022. The work was carried out by the Image Processing and Geoprocessing Laboratory (Lapig/UFG) and included more than 72 thousand samples via Landsat satellite (30m resolution) to prepare the pasture map in addition to several field visits for validation. The results of the work indicated that the state has a smaller pasture area than previously identified (17.7 Mha compared to 21.1 Mha). Also that pasture degradation has occurred at a faster rate than the recovery of pasture area in the state as a whole. The work was financed by the PCI Institute in partnership with the Instituto Mato-grossense de Carne (IMAC)

The consultancy mapped the areas of planted forests as well as the expansion of planted forests over areas of native vegetation in the state of Mato Grosso between 2015 and 2021. The work was carried out by the Mato Grosso Institute of Agricultural Economics (IMEA) and included analysis of Landsat 8 satellite images as well as data obtained from on-site mapping carried out in 2019 by the IMEA team. The results indicated that the area of planted forests in the state (Eucalyptus and Teak) is smaller than those initially identified (192,568 hectares compared to the 280,095 hectares indicated by IBGE).

The consultancy collected data between 2015 and 2021 regarding the Gross Production Value (VBP) and Declaration of Suitability for Pronaf (DAP). The objective was to support the PCI Monitoring Committee with reliable information on the monitoring indicators of the PCI strategy specific to the Include axis of PCI. The work was carried out by LIS Consultoria with support from Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH.