UNA EXPERIENCIA METODOLÓGICA PARA LA SISTEMATIZACIÓN DE PROYECTOS PARTICIPATIVOS DE DESARROLLO FORESTAL LOCAL EN CHILE
A METHODOLOGICAL EXPERIENCE FOR SYSTEMATIZING LOCAL PARTICIPATORY FORESTRY DEVELOPMENT PLANS IN CHILE
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Systematizing experiences is a process of critical reflection, guided to reconstitute and to organize the results of a project, to understand the factors that have intervened and to extract lessons that allow improving a similar future experience. In this work a systematizing model is adapted to a forest development project with small rural owners in the commune of Litueche, Chile, where the methodological key element is the perception of the involved actors. The perception on the results of the project was much favorable between the direct beneficiaries and the communal authorities, especially on the conservation and management of water, farm management and community organization. However the experience from the project also showed several things that should be improved in future interventions. Although the project used a highly participative focus, the need for a stronger communication among the actors was evident, in order to avoid the non satisfied expectations among the small rural owners, and to obtain the best understanding of the strategy of shared contributions.
Keyworks: rural development, small rural owners, territorial planning, participatory planning.
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Oltremari-Arregui, J., & Torrealba-Forno, A. (2006). A METHODOLOGICAL EXPERIENCE FOR SYSTEMATIZING LOCAL PARTICIPATORY FORESTRY DEVELOPMENT PLANS IN CHILE. , XII(1), 45-53. http://dx.doi.org/