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.
If we look at the economic situation in which many families of the community find themselves, we can mention that the obstacles we encounter for better development and quality of life are the conformism, the lack of organization, the selfishness at the time that others overcome and the poverty in which the inhabitants live. Undoubtedly, these aspects leave much to be desired in the economic development of the community. This has created an interest in working with them on the theme of "productive projects and family economy", with the aim of improving the economic development and quality of life of each family.
How do we achieve better family economic development? By taking advantage of the fertile land, crop biodiversity with the use of organic fertilizers and repellents, and the different natural resources that the community possesses. Recycling by means of wastewater filters, which is a good method to reuse the vital liquid in the irrigation of different crops. Through these uses, better products will be obtained, resulting in the implementation of a community market; therefore, each family will be able to improve their quality of life, the relationship between parents and children, food security, obtaining a better economic development, educational opportunities, and the formation of a community micro-enterprise.
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