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Algunos aprendizajes y postulados para la intervención social

  • Edgar Bejarano B

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    Desde los años noventa, la intervención social soportada en ONGs y en empresas privadas, como partede las políticas de responsabilidad social corporativa; ha estado experimentando una continua expansión,especialmente en el ámbito de los modelos de desarrollo local basados en la comunidad.En esa perspectiva, son muchos los casos y proyectos que han recibido apoyo, sobre todo en áreasmarginales en las que el Estado tiene escasa presencia y el desarrollo del mercado es mínimo; sinembargo, son poco conocidas las evaluaciones hechas acerca de las bondades, deficiencias o fallas de esapropuesta y menos sobre su capacidad para resolver los problemas que la motivaron.Independiente del balance de bondades o falencias que pueda arrojar ese esquema, este documentoreconoce su importancia, es consciente de su futuro crecimiento y se concentra por ello en abordar tresaspectos que pueden incidir notablemente en su eficiencia y positivos resultados, pues le suministranvaliosas señales sobre factores considerados como los realmente determinantes del crecimiento y eldesarrollo de una nación, una región o una localidad; sobre preconceptos y comportamientos quecaracterizan la manera de ver y actuar tanto de promotores o ejecutores de los proyectos, como de losbeneficiarios de los mismos; y sobre las restricciones y fragilidades de los procedimientos que se suelen seguir para la selección y evaluación de los proyectos.

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