This chapter presents phytosanitary education actions carried out in support of official control actions implemented to eradicate outbreaks of the quarantine pest Bactrocera carambolae (Drew and Hancock) (carambola fruit fly) in the municipalities of Curralinho, Portel, Gurupa, and Breves, Marajo Archipelago, State of Para, Brazil. All actions were carried out from an Emergency Action Plan of Phytosanitary Education, including household visits, meetings with local authorities, technical meetings, lectures, training courses for multiplier agents based on the SOMA Method, radio and TV interviews, notes for websites, participation in local social and agricultural events, workshops, and puppet theatre. The phytosanitary education actions reached 24,750 people (3,058 people in 2014, 6,543 people in 2015, 4,128 people in 2016, and 11,021 people in 2017) in the aforementioned municipalities and also in neighboring ones considered to be at high risk of pest dispersal. Even after pest outbreaks have been declared officially eradicated, phytosanitary education actions must be continued to support passenger baggage transit control that prevents pest host fruit smuggling from the state of Amapa to the state to Para through the Marajo Archipelago boat route to maintain the eradicated area.