PPLSA has an impact on the organization of events, participation of its professors in consultancy and advisory activities in governmental and non-governmental bodies, through the production of research results in qualified periodicals and books, in the maintenance and daily update of the PPLSA website that contains all the information of interest to the local, national and international community and its wide interaction with other national and international programs.
The repercussion also expands for the training of undergraduate students, interaction between undergraduate and graduate courses, interaction between University and communities, approach with high school students, insertion of the Afro-indigenous theme in public schools, coordinated by Professor Vanderlúcia da Silva Ponte.
Studies and research with teachers from the municipal and state education networks in the Youth and Adult Education modality, through a Specialization Course in Youth and Adult Education for Youth. Also research at the master's level, which contribute to the solidification of rural education in the northern region, having its graduates contributed to the reflection and insertion in the pedagogical practices of teachers from the municipal and state networks, coordinated by Professor Georgina Negrão Kalife Cordeiro.
PPLSA faculty, students and alumni publish articles in journals, books, book chapters and works in the annals of events, which demonstrates a significant expansion of intellectual production on the Amazon region, with a focus on Narratives and Images, Education, Languages and Cultures, Health and Sociobiodiversity in the Amazon. This shows that the Program plays an important role in contributing to the understanding of the main regional issues in the interdisciplinary area of languages and knowledge in the Amazon.
It is a significant set of materials and knowledge that circulates in the regional and national scientific community and among teachers of Higher Education, Basic Education, administrative technicians of the institutions, as well as among educators of social movements.
National and international events are relevant spaces for the circulation of the knowledge produced and the visibility of PPLSA, as it allows teachers and students to socialize their research, debate with the external public and publicize the Program's actions.
The broad participation of the community in the events is also indicative of the Program's credibility and legitimacy.
Creation of an interactive website - "Knowledge and Forest" to support teacher training, coordinated by Professor Vanderlúcia da Silva Ponte
Orientation workshops for academic presentations, coordinated by Professor Ana Paula Vieira de Souza.
Agreement with the National Indian Foundation (FUNAI) for the treatment and cataloging of the SPI documentation from 1910 - 1968, coordinated by Professor Vanderlúcia da Silva Ponte
Association of the Indigenous Group Tembé das Aldeias Sede, Ytuaçu to support the preparation of a project to raise funds for the recovery of degraded areas in the Indigenous Territory of the Upper Rio Guamá, coordinated by Professor Vanderlúcia da Silva Ponte
Performance in social movements such as the Rural Education Forum, Youth and Adult Education Movement in Pará Actions in partnership with the Municipal Education Departments of Bragança, Augusto Corrêa and Tracuateua, coordinated by Professor Georgina Negrão Kalife Cordeiro.
Acting on the Deliberative Council of the Caete-Taperaçu Extractive Reserve (RESEX-Mar) through Professor Luis Junior Costa Saraiva and Professor Roberta Sá Leitão Barboza
Acting on the Deliberative Council of the Tracuateua Extractive Reserve, through Professor Norma Cristina Vieira e Costa
The Program shows its commitment to a solid and qualified training of professionals with an entrepreneurial capacity to develop socio-cultural and educational issues in terms of strengthening identities, territorialities, socio-cultural diversity, with a focus on scientific production and impact in the generation of technical and technological products from projects related to the University-Company interaction process in the Amazonian fisheries sector and developments on the sustainability of the activity and the full use of fish in a processing company; training of fish handlers in the municipality of Bragança-PA, in addition to a patent through the Registration Institution: INPI - National Institute of Industrial Property on the preservation of fish in tucupi and jambu sauce, coordinated by Professor Marileide Moraes Alves.
It is also noteworthy that most teachers, students, graduates of the Program in partnership with researchers from other National and International Institutions, work in interdisciplinary projects focusing on the areas of Education and Human Rights, indigenous peoples, intercultural practices and experiences, local knowledge fisheries in the Amazon, fishing naval heritage in the Amazon, eating habits and conflicts in the Amazon, health and socio-biodiversity, Amazon literature, translation and narratology and education, both in traditional communities, public and private institutions, with emphasis on collaboration with public networks education.
There are also several teachers who have been dedicated to the development and analysis of didactic materials and digital collections and new / other teaching-learning possibilities. The projects of Knowledge and production of Afro-indigenous digital collections and intercultural interactions stand out; Knowledge of indigenous fishing: production of intercultural teaching material in Tenetehar-Tembé schools, The use of assistive technologies in quilombola and fishing communities and the production of booklets such as Coastal-Estuarine Ecology and Local Fishing Knowledge from the collection of booklets From Fishing to School) , between the study groups of UFPA / Bragança ESAC, GUEAM and LABPEXCA Laboratory, at Domingos de Sousa Melo School, Vila do Bonifácio - Ajuruteua - Bragança (PA).
The Cursinho Popular Extension Project Dr. Horácio Schneider under the pedagogical coordination of Professor Silvia Benchimol, with results of high approval rates for local and national universities. Since 2017, the ABC English Extension Project has been serving an average of 70 underprivileged students / year with an initiation in the English language and enabling them to live as citizens with more opportunities for insertion. PROLIN - Extension Project, also under the same coordination, helps approved candidates to enter Postgraduate Programs throughout the national territory by legitimizing their competence in reading.
Projects aimed at indigenous populations, such as: The production of intercultural teaching material in the Tenetehar-Tembé schools, coordinated by Professor Roberta Sá Leitão Barboza; Portuguese and indigenous languages in the Eastern Amazon, coordinated by Professor Tabita Fernandes da Silva. The execution of these projects enables the production of books, book chapters, booklets, articles in qualis magazines that are used by researchers and the community in general.