Guilherme Paulus Has Given A Hand To His Homeland

Guilherme Paulus is one of many heroes when it comes to the tourism industry in Brazil.

IstoE Dinheiro Magazine has applauded Guilherme Paulus for playing a role in the economic development of Brazil. This is a really big deal because Brazil is not yet a developed country. It has some characteristics that developed countries have, though it is not considered to be developed due to various factors such as generally low living standards and low GDP per capital. Brazil is considered to be a country that is in the process of developing.


When thinking about the importance of Guilherme Paulus’s leadership in Brazil, one must know something about the social and economic conditions of Brazil. There is a lot of development in Brazil. However, some sources say that about 25% of the population in Brazil—a percentage that equals out to about more than 50 million people—live under the poverty line. However, the percentages of people who live under the poverty line vary, depending on which part of the country that you are talking about. In the most northeastern part of the country, the poverty rate is about 43.5%; while the poverty rate in the most southern part of the country is 12.3%. Brazilians come from various ethnic, racial and cultural backgrounds. There are pure (or mostly pure) people of European blood, Native blood and African blood. There are also people who are racially mixed. The poorest people tend to be of African descent while the wealthier people tend to be of European descent. There are some people who live traditional lifestyles off-grid, while there are others who live in built up towns and cities.

The facilities that Guilherme Paulus has established provide options for people who live in disparaging economic circumstances. He has even taken part in several projects to help young people who are in lower-income situations. Guilherme Paulus has made sure to take part in several programs that give young adults the opportunity to explore career options in the tourism industry. These programs include Projeto Nacional de Iniciação Profissional em Turismo, the PIETO Project and the Dr. Klaide Care and Education Institution.