Why start this project?


Population in a situation of:
Poverty 46.2%
Lack of Social Security 56.6%

Why is this happening?

  • Low action-outcome alignment
  • Focus on short-term solutions
  • Low levels of monitoring and evaluation
  • Low professionalization of staff
  • Poor planning and vision of the future
  • Weak governance structures
  • Little systematization of processes and organizational learning
  • Ineffective resource management strategies
  • Dependence on public funds

Little creativity and capacity for innovation


The programs and public policies of social development and local economy are effective in solving the
problems for which they were created, thus promoting human rights and social inclusion of
populations in vulnerable situations.


Strength the institutional capacities of organizations oriented towards local social and
economic development through comprehensive and effective solutions for support, training,
research and coordination of ecosystems.

Code of Honor

Principle 1. Take care of yourself and in awareness of your spiritual growth

The best way to change the world is to change one (or) itself. Have your personal code of honor.

Principle 2. Always do the best you can

“The best you can is not always same" Find the "How Yes" Throw your heart, the rest will follow See yourself into the mirror constantly "If you think you can, or you think you can't you can, you are right anyway ”. H. Ford

Principle 3. Be on time

Be ready when you arrive Know when it's time to finish Meet commitments on time Communicate any agreements you may breach in the first moment that results appropriate EYE: Only make agreements that you are willing to comply.

Principle 4. Have a fraternal attitude towards everyone

Take care of the limits set by the / the other (or) Complete confidence in what the partner does Always support your partner in difficulties Live the difference When the piano need to be moved, don't take the stoll

Principle 5. Clarify differences at the earliest opportunity

Evaluate actions, more than people Empathy; Fraternal correction Assess actions, processes and results that are observable and verifiable Recognize anything that is said as true for those who express it

Principle 6. Be a good steward of the assets placed in your hands

Stewarship, take care of the best (and integrate) resources that belong to everyone, for the good of all. Efficient use of resources. Leave the things they give us better than how they were when they came into our hands. We leave empty-handed (A. Magno)

Principle 7. Promotes participation in decision-making relevant to the common interest

Make decisive decisions in the presence or taking into account everyone. Avoid putting everything to a vote (example, daily actions). Trust in the expertise and trust of the other. Each cell has its function. Keep your commitments. No one can be smarter than the whole board. Promote participation; be inclusive. Get involved, learn, know before making decisions.

Principle 8. Dream and discern

Discernment of works -Works Should we? -Ethics Can we? We want? Dream big, starting with concrete and scaled actions Small actions, of big impacts. Have a warm heart and a cool head. (Tough mind and a tender heart).

Principle 9. Be orderly and creative

A place for everything in its place When it's time to work, when it's time to relax When you drink the tea, then, drink the tea. (Buddhism) Order leads to God Chaos theory Ordered in your life Understand

Principle 10. Smile!

Enthusiasm is the presence of God in the soul Recognize and celebrate triumphs Joy comes from within We only hire happy people "Show must go on". (F. Mercury) Happiness is an inside job. (J. Powell) Live your emotional intelligence. "Be honest (or) with your emotions, listen to them" There is a decision behind how you feel If in doubt, go to principle 1

How we work?