Social Investment Services
Conducting social investment policies demand the development of services, programs and projects aimed at achieving optimal productivity levels, as well as professionals able to implement and to manage this kind of services. The services we provide are as follows:
- Development of strategic plans with management experience in sustainable development projects
- To promote the main approaches to community participation.
- Publicize the impact on public policy.
- Promote reflection on the livelihoods of citizen participation.
- Field work in rural areas.
- Elimination of conflicts.
- Capacity building of local and regional management.
- Make progress around shared decision making.
- Recognition of the area involved. – Visit the radius of influence of the city to work.
- Preliminary contact with the community. Identifying and contacting leaders and local authorities to work with them.
- Information and dissemination of the project. Through local media (newspapers, radio and TV stations).
- Assembly and/or informative workshops. Call and run meetings and informational workshops, in order that the population becomes aware of the project to be developed in your area, also answering inquiries that may arise.
- Pre-registration. Create at meetings and/or workshops, attendance lists that allow us to identify groups and associations involved, generating a preliminary list of contacts.
- Pre-assessment of project acceptance. – Perform a report related to the opinions and insights of the people involved with the project to fruition.
Social responsibility is an ethical ideology or theory that an entity, be it an organization or individual, has an obligation to act to benefit society at large. Social responsibility is a duty every individual or organization has to perform so as to maintain a balance between the economy and the ecosystem. A trade-off always exists between economic development, in the material sense, and the welfare of the society and environment. Social responsibility means sustaining the equilibrium between the two. It pertains not only to business organizations but also to everyone whose any action impacts the environment. This responsibility can be passive, by avoiding engaging in socially harmful acts, or active, by performing activities that directly advance social goals. (Source: Wikipedia)
A company as organization may develop the corporate social responsibility (CSR) which is usually regarded as the active and voluntary contribution by enterprises to social, economic and environment improvement or to maintain a balance between the economy and the ecosystem, usually with the aim of improving their competitive position and valuation and value added. The results are obtained through a set of practices, strategies and business management systems that seek as it has been mentioned a balance between economic, social and environmental dimensions. It is considered that labor laws and environmental regulations and enforcement are the foundation of environmental responsibility, these mean primary obligations.
This business function, among others, is established not only in different and now numerous national and international regulations, but also in agreements, treaties and policies, and obligations for companies, governments and public entities and immersed in sustainable development objectives, including the economic progress, respect for labor rights, and environmental protection, in accordance with the commitments made, considering that one of the needs of the development of investment and business is to promote sustainable building relationships between entrepreneurs governments and their authorities and the community. To develop social responsibility we provide to the companies the tools to fulfill the compliance of this function through the formulation of programs and projects, particularly in the case of Peru, whit specialists and implementation teams. In addition, we provide environment plans and community relationship programs, development and application in Spanish and Quechua.