LOS PROYECTOS DE DESARROLLO RURAL COMO PROCESO: EL CASO DE LA COORDINADORA DE MUJERES AYMARAS(PUNO, PERÚ)
Negrillo Deza, Xavier
Sastre Merino, Susana
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Several planning approaches can be used in rural development projects. Especially if they are seen as a process and not as an isolated project (Negrillo, Sastre and Salvo, 2013). In this process the participation of the stakeholders of development projects in all stages of the project cycle is possible. This increases its effectiveness when in a continuous learning process among beneficiaries and technical teams, from identifying new needs, which are resolved, compliance with new targets, initiating a virtuous circle of constant development. With this approach, the case of the Coordinator of Aymara Women Puno (Peru) is analyzed, showing how a number of projects are articulated in a process of capacity building. The results indicate that the process approach is appropriate to bring the project to the reality of the local population and improve their sustainability.
- CIDIP 2015 (Granada)