The number of poor people in Latin America can grow by 35 million due to the COVID-19 coronavirus. In fact, the World Bank estimates that some 49 million people could fall back into extreme poverty.
We present our book “The Microsolutions to Poverty” The Road to Progres as a tool for this economic worldwide problem.
Peru has arrived at a crossroads endowed with socioeconomic conditions that are ideal for the emergence of Microsolutions to poverty. In this book, we maintain that these business-based microsolutions include microcredit, micro-businesses and micro-franchising. We argue that together, they constitute powerful tools for eradicating poverty, both in Peru and abroad. Leveraging these tools in a complementary fashion – as inseparable pillars of a cohesive poverty-relief strategy – will set Peru on an immutable path towards sustainable development, firmly relegating poverty to the past.
The microsolutions to poverty constitute a platform that increasingly allows disadvantaged people to take ownership of their destinies. This new platform provides citizens of each and every community with the means to generate their own capital, thereby helping to lower the incredibly high levels of illegal activity that permeate Peruvian society. The platform has the additional benefit of allowing the poor to meaningfully channel the effects of globalization, transforming it into a force for inclusion and thereby promoting genuinely sustainable development.
The microsolutions to poverty also have the benefit of contributing to developing an improved system for legal documentation that prioritizes the poor, as well as a more inclusive culture of productive investment, loans and savings. The microsolutions are effectively helping transform both the labor and savings of the poor into productive capital.
The best solutions that we can offer for eradicating poverty and social injustice are those that emerge directly from the experiences of the poor; they are solutions that are born of necessity as a response and alternative to the constant limitations and barriers faced by the poor on a daily basis. This book is a reflection of the struggle to overcome these barriers. It presents the solutions that Entrepreneurs have created on their own. The book argues that the microsolutions to poverty constitute the key to sustained socioeconomic development in all societies in less developed countries. Given the focus of the book, the role of microsolutions in generating sustainable development in Peru clearly demonstrates that poverty is not the problem; rather, it is a challenging opportunity to apply creative solutions that will ultimately lead to a more prosperous, inclusive society.
If you want more information about Microsolutions to poverty and how to apply it to different communities and countries let us know.
Guillermo Quintana CEO Director Proemprender
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