Productive projects and family economy.
I work as a teacher at NUFED Number 7 located in Horcones village, Atescatempa, Jutiapa.
Productive projects help us identify different success factors, shortcomings, problems and solutions. Productive projects are tools for the participatory transformation of the community in rural areas.
Observing the economic situation that many families live in the community, we can mention some obstacles faced by them in order to get a better development and quality of life: conformism, lack of organization, poverty and selfishness when one of them is having success. Without any doubt this aspects are unsatisfactory to the economic development of the community. That is the reason why it was born the interest of working the theme “Productive projects and family economy” with the aim of getting a better economic development and quality of family life.
How do we achieve a better family economic development? Taking advantage of fertile lands, biodiversity of crops, using organic fertilizers and repellents and all the different natural resources the community owns. Also recycling wastewater through filters, which is a good method to reuse the vital liquid for the irrigation of different crops.
Through exploiting all these factors, better products are obtained and a community market is implemented. Each family will improve many aspects: their quality of life, parents and children relationship, food security, better economic development, educational opportunities and the formation of a micro community enterprise.