This document is based on “The Guarani and Kaiowá Peoples’ Human Right to Adequate Food and Nutrition – a holistic approach”, which was written by Thaís Franceschini and Valéria Burity and revised by Flavio Valente and Angélica Castañeda Flores. The document in which this Executive Summary is based offers an interpretation of the socio-economic and nutritional research that FIAN Brazil and CIMI-MS (Conselho Indigenista Missionário – Regional Mato Grosso do Sul: Missionary Council for Indigenous Peoples – Mato Grosso do Sul Region) carried out in 2013 in three emblematic communities – Guaiviry, Ypo’i and Kurusu Ambá. The research in reference was coordinated by Célia Varela (FIAN Brazil) and CIMI-MS, and it was carried out by a team of specialists, consultants and contributors responsible for the fieldwork and the data systematization. This team was leaded by Ana Maria Segall Corrêa and composed by Juliana Licio, Joana Ortiz, Roberto Liebgott and Sandra Procópio, as well as by the indigenous researchers Helinha Perito (Panambizinho), Fabio Turibo (Aroeira) and Holanda Vera (Ypo’i). Available for download HERE.