These initiatives are aligned with the 3Es of Solarpack's Social Action plan, which stands for Education, Employment and Energy, seeking to contribute of the socioeconomic development of Peru and all the countries with Solarpack operates.
Solarpack and ODP Jesuitas del Perú continue to promote socioeconomic development through educational projects with local communities in Peru. Over the last months, several activities and workshops were held with the aim of facilitating the education and professional development of many inhabitants of Tacna and Moquegua, communities where Solarpack operates.
On October 1st was held the last session of the Pitch methodology of the Training Program "Learn to Entrepreneur", with the participation of 37 young people from different careers of the Public Technological Institute of Higer Education "Luis E. Valcárcel" in the Moquegua region. This activity is part of the project "Young entrepreneurs strengthen their capacities for the conception of innovative business ideas" through which students learn to pitch their business ideas in an attractive an innovative way.
On the other hand, in October 14th, the project "Development of Entrepreneurship in Students of the Moquegua Region" put an end to its activities with the organization of an interprovincial competition where the five best initiatives, previously selected in school entrepreneurship fairs, were presented. The program, which recognized the creation of innovative and feasible proposals, has benefited 180 students from six educational institutions.
Finally, in October 20th, authorities and representatives of various institutions of the Tacna region met at a roundtable to present and discuss the results of the project "Women free of violence”. This project trains, empower and guide women to prevent risk situations, especially those related to gender violence. The roundtable gathered authorities of the Municipality of Gregorio Albarracín Lanchipa, the National Police of Peru, the Mental Health Center "Villa Tacna", the Women's Emergency Center and Community Advocates.
These initiatives are aligned with the 3Es of Solarpack's Social Action plan, which stands for Education, Employment and Energy, seeking to contribute of the socioeconomic development of Peru and all the countries with Solarpack operates. Solarpack has 328 MW of renewable energy in Peru at an advanced stage of development and operation, which means a brighter and cleaner energy future for the country.