Developing countries are mainly framed within a marginalization context in addition to a lack of social opportunities. It is difficult to produce capacities to generate the appropriate opportunities, linked to deprivation and inaccessibility to basic goods and services that stall the improvement of human well being.

This project emerges as an alternative for communities with high marginalization levels to raise wellness through the implementation of an educational model that emphasizes the use of eco-techniques as a didactic resource. It is a complementary strategy to move towards a community with a higher sense of governance to reach sovereignty and sustainability.