Management of Social Public Policies for Technology Transfer and Rural Development (PROCOMPITE), Apurímac, Perú

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Edgar-Anibal Perez-Olaguivel, Anabel Aranibar, Edward Flores


Social inequality expressed in poverty in Latin American countries, especially in Peru, is due to different factors such as the policies built by national and subnational governments, as well as the difficult geography that hinders any development attempt of those who make up the high Andean peasant communities. of Apurímac, the government implements public social policies of technological transfer of the PROCOMPITE program through competitive funds through investment projects and business plans, assigned through competitive funds, in areas where there is no private economic intervention that stimulates the economy. The objective of this research is to describe the different planning and application strategies in the beneficiary communities of PROCOMPITE competitive funds and to measure their influence on sustainable rural development. The methodology was descriptive correlational, not cross-sectional experimental. The results on the direction of the PROCOMPITE program were found to be moderate with 73.0% acceptance, where managers strategically through persuasion, motivation, achieve the fulfillment of their agricultural tasks seeking the best personal performance through collaborative work between beneficiaries to achieve individual and community objectives and thus be able to obtain a good participation in the productivity of native potatoes, which affected the families of the beneficiaries of the program.

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