Marginalization in Southern Sonora: Cajeme, Álamos, Navojoa, Etchojoa, Benito Juarez and Huatabampo in Sonora
Among the causes that multiply marginalization and make it a vicious circle, we can mention the following:
1.-Disinterest on the part of the population in integrating into the economy, taking advantage of available resources and in other cases, lack of support for people who are driven to create and manage projects
2.-Lack of strategic development orientation with a participatory approach to rural areas in all its stages.
3.-Lack of real involvement of social actors in an orderly and strategic way in accompanying the lagging areas to the change of mentality towards entrepreneurship, take advantage of available resources in a sustainable way, solve their problems as a community and self-manage their development.
HOW THE PROJECT WILL MEET THOSE NEEDS:
The Microcredits program with GRAMEEN DE LA FRONTERA seeks to create sustainable development in the rural regions of southern Sonora
The Program is presented as a long-term non-welfare development strategy that seeks to develop self-management capacities for development of families by offering:
1.-Microcredits.- Through this program, the institution has a microfinance institution that allows it to grant loans to women entrepreneurs.
2.-Financial Education.-We provide financial education for families to make adequate use of their resources. As a special program, we provide financial education to children from 4 to 12 years old as part of the core activities of the summer camp.
3.-We provide advice and guidance for new business ideas and ongoing businesses in rural areas who want to professionalize their activity
HOW THE FUNDS WILL BE USED:
Funds will be used to extend finance around 281 women that are in the GRAMEEN Microcredits program.
HOW CLUB MEMBERS WILL BE INVOLVED:
Rotarians will monitor and auditing the results of the Microcredit program