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Considered by Lula and Dilma a basic social right of all citizens, sanitation is one of the federal government's priorities due to its importance in disease prevention and ensuring more health for the population. But sanitation goes beyond the treatment of sewage; it also involves treated water, rainwater drainage and solid waste disposal.

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In 2007, when Brazil was chosen to host the World Cup in 2014, Lula's government perceived a number of responsibilities that needed to be fulfilled for the country to receive Brazilian and foreign tourists in the manner the event warranted. However, many of these preparations had already been provided for in Lula's plans for Brazil.

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Before the demonstrations, the Lula and Dilma already invested in about 200 works of urban mobility in all regions of the country. In 2012, for example, two lines were launched PAC Mobility for large and medium sized cities. The first, facing cities above 700 thousand inhabitants, selected projects in 51 municipalities in 18 states, with estimated US $ 32 billion investment. But the CAP Mobility Medium Cities is investing $ 7.9 billion to improve the traffic and public transport in 66 municipalities of 19 states, with a population between 250,000 and 700,000 inhabitants.

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Integração do rio São Francisco: água para 12 milhões de brasileiros

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Another strategic PAC activity is the delivery of equipment to build local roads. Backhoes, motor-graders and trucks are donated to municipalities of up to 50,000 inhabitants for maintenance of roads linking rural areas to urban centers, necessary for the flow of production — especially family farming, largely responsible for supplying produce to Brazilian tables.

By May 2014, 5,071 backhoes, 5,060 graders and 5,060 dump trucks were delivered.

PAC 2 makes world's biggest purchase of machines for small cities

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In 2003, 33 million passengers picked up flights at the nation's airports. In December 2013, with the expansion of the middle class, that number rose to 133 million passengers. To meet this growing demand with quality, the PAC program concluded 24 projects across the country, expanding the capacity of Brazilian airports by more than 15 million passengers a year. Another 18 airports were under construction in early 2014.

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When a ship arrives at a Brazilian port, its operation generates no less than 935 pieces of information that will be used by 26 agencies. To increase the efficiency of port operations, the Paperless Port was established, a project to reduce red tape that eliminates the delivery of printed documents by shipping agencies to public agencies involved in the national port administration process. Through the Paperless Port program, the length of stay of vessels is reduced by 25%. The program, in operation since May 2013, has benefited 35 ports around the country.

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In Brazilian ports, another vital sector for logistical success and leverage of the Brazilian economy, mainly because of exports, PAC investments are aimed at recovery projects: widening, deepening, dredging and construction of passenger terminals.

By first half of 2014, 22 projects were completed, including dredging to deepen the waterway access the Port of Vitória (ES), strengthening the docking pier Alamoa at the Port of Santos (SP), and the passenger terminal meeting the demand during the 2014 World Cup in the cities of Salvador (BA), Fortaleza (CE) and Natal (RN).

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