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Sustainability Projects

ambientalWe work in the development, management and implementation of projects Local sustainability facilitators and Regional in the center of Valle del Cauca. In this dynamic, the WSBI team has worked closely with participating communities, regional, national foundations, and funding for some agencies of international cooperation.

Sustainability Program – Formed

DSC03966Our training approach we do through two procedures, one of a continuing nature and other thematic type. The process of continuous training is developed through the “Diploma in Participatory Management of Local and Regional Sustainability” and is supported by the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana Cali. The participants of this diploma are trained on issues related to community organization, participation and political culture, territorial planning (formulation of municipal development plans, community life plans, land use plans), project management, among others.

For its part, the thematic training meets the requirements of the communities with whom we work or economic, social, environmental, cultural and political support projects; in this regard, topics such as agroecology, revolving funds, solid waste management, community water management, marketing, strengthening of social organizations, rescue knowledge and traditions, etc. are addressed.

Sustainability Program Local and Regional

programaOur foresight and strategic vision is focused on Sustainability. When we talk about sustainability, we understand the search and construction of integrated life alternatives that enable the coexistence of cultures with natural processes and other forms of life that accompany and support them.

Sustainability is given by the interrelationship of the components: economic, environmental, social, political, cultural and spiritual.

Instituto Mayor Campesino

Nuestro enfoque(1)We are a 50 year old Non Govermental Organization (NGO) dedicated to promote the Sustainable Development of the department of Valle del Cauca, south west of Colombia; a program that privileges the agricultural workers and their families.

Under the alliance with different development organizations, IMCA contributes to the construction and consolidation of alternative ways of living with a sustainable approach, that benefits the most in need communities of the department, always looking towards a regional and a national scope. This approach of sustainable development looks for integral alternatives ways of living, which makes possible the pacific coexistence of the different cultures within its natural processes.

This is an articulated social work of the Society of Jesus.