Presentación Centro de Innovación Social - ANSPE (Inglés)

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Center for Social Innovation (CIS)

Node that articulates actors in order to generate innovative, pertinent, sustainable and scalable solutions to improve the quality of life of the population living in extreme poverty in Colombia.

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Presentación Centro de Innovación Social - ANSPE (Inglés)

  1. 1. Center for Social Innovation National Agency to Overcome Extreme Poverty ANSPE March 6th 2014
  2. 2. Dimensions – Red Unidos
  3. 3. Node that articulates actors in order to generate innovative, pertinent, sustainable and scalable solutions to improve the quality of life of the population living in extreme poverty in Colombia. Center for Social Innovation (CIS) Social Innovation: solution (product, service, practice or management model) Innovative Tested Sustainable Cost-Efficient Greater impact on families in extreme poverty
  4. 4. Source: Revista Semana Sostenible-Edición mayo 2013 Center for Social Innovation
  5. 5. This is what we do
  6. 6. Social Innovation Projects
  7. 7. Social Innovation Projects Participatory Social Innovation Open Social Innovation +
  8. 8. SI Project Footprint Working with over 2,700 families in 34 Projects Housing Nutrition Income/Employment. Families 400 Size of bubble = families Map Legend Regions with S.I. Projects • 50% located in the Atlantic Coast • 21% in Antioquia & Coffee Zone • 21% Central • 7% South Located in 44% 32% 26% 15% 12% 6% 3%0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% %ofCISProjectsperDimension
  9. 9. Participatory Social Innovations Atlántico 620 Families • Parque Saco Recicla • Home Vegetable Gardens • Solid Waste Management • Clothing association Arjona, Bolivar 30 women 40 children Puebloviejo, Magdalena 60 women Differentiated and gender- sensitive approach Social Businesses Sabanalarga, Atlántico 60 Families Participatory Rural Innovation Antioquia 221 Families Water Filters Chia. Cundinamarca 175 families 240 Children Children as Changing Agents El Morro, Casanarel 190 families
  10. 10. Open Social Innovations Putumayo: 104 families Risaralda: 139 families La Guajira: 311 families Arjona, Bolivar Cundinamarca Innovative Solutions for housing improvements Valle del Cauca Income Generation “100 mil viviendas” Government Programme Platforms and applications to contribute to the improvement of the quality of life of people who live in extreme poverty Antioquia Food Security through the use of food in high level of maturity Popayán, Cauca Solutions to improve the quality of the milk produced by farmers.
  11. 11. Knowledge Management Promotion and Dissemination of SI
  12. 12. Hilando: mapping innovation and articulating networks on Social Innovation The aim is to identify actors and initiatives on social innovation to improve the quality of life of vulnerable families, and to expand and strengthen the social innovation community of actors. www.hilando.gov.co
  13. 13. Hilando: mapping innovation and articulating networks on Social Innovation
  14. 14. Research Through innovative methodologies we ensure the appropriate identification of challenges and the co-creation of the solutions with the community. We recognized that communities are an invaluable source of knowledge and agents of their own change.
  15. 15. Partnerships with Academia This partnerships are fundamental to promote, disseminate and strengthen social innovation, generating a favorable environment for social innovation. Desing students work on innovative solutions to specific challenges, developing a participative process, and co-creating those solutions with the families.
  16. 16. Social Technologies Social Technologies are fundamental to: Connect actors, share information and create solutions collectively. Increase awareness regarding social innovation. Improve synergies between government and different actors.
  17. 17. Public Policy
  18. 18. www.politicadeinnovacionsocial.co Social Innovation Node
  19. 19. East Node • Santander • Norte de Santander Caribbean Node • Atlántico • Bolívar • Guajira • Magdalena South West Node • Valle del Cauca • Cauca • Nariño • Choco Antioquia Node Center Node • Cundinamarca • Boyacá • Tolima Coffee Zone Node • Caldas • Quindío • Risaralda Regional Nodes
  20. 20. Thanks! @CisColombia @ANSPExtrema www.facebook.com/centrodeinnovacionsocial www.facebook.com/ANSPExtrema

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