Countries which put people first, invest in human resources and promote social development, grow faster and thereby achieve a more equitable distribution of income. Social development aims to improve the living conditions, skills and productivity of all people, but particularly those groups affected by unemployment or economic or social discrimination. Unleashing the human potential is at the core of the development process.
This is especially true in urban areas. These great and dense concentrations of people are potential reservoirs of human resources but also conceal unemployment and economic and social inequality. Social development in cities is therefore of great importance in the overall development of a country. G3 skills in the field of social development are in demand at all stages of the project cycle. From identification and formulation to implementation, for both long- and short-term multidisciplinary assignments.