S.O.M.O.S.

PROJECT
Data Proponent
Place and date: CACHOEIRINHA, RS - 05, 2016 APRIL.
Name: ROGÉRIO DOS SANTOS
Industry Focus: 3 (THIRD) Sector.
Correspondence and Contact Data
Address: FRANCE STREET, 115, CASA 01
Profession: GENERALIST
Neighborhood: MARESHAL RONDON
Phone: +55 – 51 - 9252-8631
City: CACHOEIRINHA
Email: lapidarium@hotmail.com
UF: RIO GRANDE DO SUL
Zip code: 94965-180
Title: PROJECT S.O.M.O.S. (ORGANIZATIONAL SUSTAINABILITY MULTIDISCIPLINARY,
ONTOLOGICAL SOCIAL)
Proposal Summary
General Objective:
Implementation of multidisciplinary cooperatives in the form of social enterprises,
networked, with the aim of generating jobs, income, knowledge and resilient collaborative
relationships for productive social inclusion of people at a disadvantage economic partner or at risk
and / or vulnerability as a basis for sustainable development, focusing on the development of
scalable and adaptable social technologies specific individual, group, local and regional.
Target Audience, instruments, consolidation and target market means:
1. Public overall target: PCDs (People with disabilities), young people from sixteen (16) years in a
situation of vulnerability economic partner and / or affective, people from post treatment chemical
detoxification for drug addiction, people who are serving alternative sentences , graduates of the
prison regime, people economically disadvantaged relying on guarantors government programs
subsistence, unemployed and / or excluded from the formal market, as well as other individuals who
wish to integrate the design, subject to the Charter of Principles of the same and the laws relevant to
the act.
1.1. 1ª consolidation Instrument: Social Cooperative.
1.2. Consolidation means: orthoses production and prosthetics, mechanical and motorized
wheelchairs, tricycles, walking sticks, printing textbooks and technical Braille on plastic media
coming from the recycling of PET bottles, tactile flooring, metal, plastic and rubberized labels in
Braille , tactile maps, development of new technologies.
1.3. Target market: partners Partners and volunteers of the Cooperative, and these individuals or
entities.
1.4. Direct stakeholders: 20 families, comprising on average 60 people.
1.5. Indirect stakeholders: 100 families, making an average of 300 people (taking as basis for
calculating a family each interaction projection over 5 families, consisting of the average of three
people per family)
1.6. Target Audience: People at a disadvantage economic partner or situation risco.Sendo the target
market, in addition to the cooperative members, every one who need products and inclusion
technologies.
2. 2ª consolidation Instrument: Work Cooperative.

5. comprising 105 people on average. 5ª consolidation Instrument: Consumer Cooperative.de our projects. 7. Direct stakeholders: 20 families. comprising 300 people on average. Target market: private legal entities and public and individuals in geral. Target market: private legal entities and public.3.2. Direct stakeholders: 35 families. 4. Target market: private legal entities and public and individuals in geral. 3ª consolidation Instrument: Production Cooperative (construction). 7.2. (Resulting from the interaction of other cooperatives) . as well as focusing on primary and secondary education curriculum in the classroom format and distance.3. Target market: private legal entities and public and individuals in geral. 2. comprising 1. 5.3.Tendo main target Cooperatives of our network and the others who want to join the program. 3.3.1. 7ª consolidation Instrument: Cooperative of Mutual Credit. (Resulting from the interaction of other cooperatives) 6.4.4.1. 2. 7. Direct stakeholders: 25 families. comprising 300 people on average. 5. 6. comprising 300 people on average. Target market: With the main target of our network of cooperatives and others who wish to join the programa. Indirect stakeholders: 125 families. Consolidation means: Organization of other cooperatives around a proposal for continued education regarding the teaching of self-managed cooperativism and popular solidarity economy. 6ª consolidation Instrument: Cooperative Education. 5. consisting of the average of three people per family) 4.1.2. 4ª consolidation Instrument: Production Cooperative (Agroecology). comprising on average 375 people (taking as basis for calculating a family each interaction projection over 5 families. making an average of 300 people (taking as basis for calculating a family each interaction projection over 5 families.2. Indirect stakeholders: 100 families.1. 4. comprising 1.2. consisting of the average of three people per family) 4. processed from environmental liabilities. as well as individuals.4. Consolidation means: ecological brick production from construction waste and sludge passivated from industry and sewage treatment plants.3. Consolidation means: Production and processing of organic food and the creation and processing of fish. 3. Consolidation means: general and technical service delivery. Consolidation means: Organization of collective purchasing groups consciously focusing on general and personal sustainability.Tendo as main target the Housing Cooperatives. Target market: With the main target of our network of cooperatives and others who wish to join the programa. 7. comprising on average 525 people (taking as basis for calculating a family each interaction projection over 5 families. 4. Indirect stakeholders: 175 families.1. Indirect stakeholders: 500 families. Direct stakeholders: 100 families. (Resulting from the interaction of other cooperatives) 6.de our projects. 7. the productions of our network of cooperatives. comprising on average 60 people. Consolidation means: Obeying the laws relevant to this cooperative branch. comprising on average 75 people.2. consisting of the average of three people per family) 3. 3. 2. as well as the production of other inputs for construction. we have this instrument. comprising 1.1. acting in conjunction with the Cooperative Work. Indirect stakeholders: 500 families.3.4. Indirect stakeholders: 500 families. Direct stakeholders: 100 families. Direct stakeholders: 100 families.Tendo main target Cooperatives of our network and the others who want to join the program. 6. 3. 6.2. a strong ally in order to finance through micro credit.500 people on average.500 people on average. 5.500 people on average.4.4.

S. The 1. through public calls. with this number of .M. 4 . greater control of these in the various stages and variable. and minimizing possibilities of errors and deviations from the project's objectives and goals. will be obtained by through various funding campaigns. acquisition and management of information and decision-making.800 people benefited Directly and Indirectly.Reduce child mortality. We will achieve our target audiences through a Direct intervention.8.O. in the broadest sense of the terms. The process of governance and management decision-making has a model of integrated transversal management network. which are 1 . with its consequences. considering that the aforementioned cooperatives complement the work of each other.Improve maternal health.Ensure environmental sustainability. For this. The activities are carried out by the project team and observed interactively.O set of generated information is documented. to develop congeners or related activities the various areas of coverage and developments Project S. making this set the source of subsidies for the body manager make decision-making in the best and broadest principles of Intelligence of Information Management. in view of the extent of mesmo. We intend to adopt a horizontal management across the board in terms of decision making and the development of the work. (People already registered to compose all cooperatives. Total: 1. historical and cultural in order to be the first time that such a project is developed in Rio Grande do Sul and perhaps in Brazil. 2 .800 (One thousand eight hundred) people benefited Directly and Indirectly by the project. and then how the decision-making method of an integrated collective program in network and collaborative. Expected results: Short term to minimize the medium term the reduction and long-term eradication of congenital social problems that generate the unsustainability of life on our planet today. in order to invite them to reflect on the unsustainability of their way of life.Develop a global partnership for development. by those who have an interest in the project . Project. in order to maximize engagement and strengthening of the team. malaria and other diseases. 6 . 5 . and this amount. but being that we will consolidate the 1st and subsequently the other).M. with a minimum risk of failure and the production material intellectual relevente social. We will adopt as a standard model. respecting the individuality and characteristics of each one. thus beyond the scalability thereof. when the consolidation of seven (7) cooperatives. offering them present a solution in which they are active partaker of management processes that lead them to a collective and sustainable.S. 8 . presents some aspects common to all involved. still count on the cooperation with public and private entities. Final considerations: This document is intended only to be a release of the US project. regarding communications. refer to individuals already registered and have much more than the need to implement the project. 10.Combat HIV / AIDS. processed and forwarded to their respective databases.O.O.the stakeholders. where multiple knowledge of each individual are valued over this have academic or not titrations. Acting method: The S. 3 . 11. using some stony criteria for acquisition and accept thereof. based on the division and sharing of responsibility. both in their modules and in its entirety.Os resources needed for the implementation and development of the same. the PMBOK 5. These problems that are scored in 17 (desessete) themes of the UN millennium. which are described in the charter of the Project.O. and individual and collective interventions through lectures.Promote gender equality and empower women. 7 . these related to the management area with which is intended. 9.Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger.Achieve universal primary education. leading to the execution of the resilience of the project while coletivo. described in item 8. only the minimum necessary for activation of all Cooperative Ramos. with respect to project management. knowledge and integration between the parties. the desire to do the same.

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" For Freeman. The underlying objective that defines such stakeholder agent is to be the one that delivers some value to a person or organization. it refers to individuals or groups of which the organization relies to survive. particularly known for his work on stakeholder theory (1984).Stakholders: The stakeholder term was coined by the philosopher Robert Edward Freeman¹. . even if not the only or mainly interested in the business or project. the term stakeholder has a broad and a more narrow sense. And in the strictest sense. 1951) is an American philosopher and professor of business administration at the Darden School at the University of Virginia. ¹ (born December 18. It was coined in 1963 in an internal memo of the Stanford Research Institute and referred to "groups that without its support the organization would cease to exist. The first refers to any group or individual that influences or is influenced by the scope of the organization's objectives.