Lack of Coordination within Farm Leaders Slows Down the Execution of Paths
The paths are roads located in rural areas that bring benefits to farmers, providing greater access to markets and basic needs such as hygiene, health and education. Paths can expand the horizon of the campesino population of the rural areas and in some cases represent a basic infrastructure that can later be used for development activities.
The Problems Faced by the Farm Leaders to Execute Paths
The path’s implementation is challenging, and usually involve a lack of coordination among the farm leaders, making a difficult task even more complex. Here are some of the problems that farm leaders face in the execution of paths:
- Lack of financial resources: One of the most significant difficulties encountered by farm leaders is the lack of resources, which contributes to delays in the start of the construction of the path.
- Resistance of some sectors: The construction of a path often affects small farms who might be in the way, which is why it creates some resistance from those sectors.
- Advancing the project: The overlap of different projects and difficulties in the coordination of efforts to implement the paths makes it difficult for the project to advance in some cases.
- Negotiation with the government: Problems arise when farm leaders have to negotiate with local, regional and/or central governments and discuss their agreement towards the completion of the path.
Strategies for Collaboration Among Farm Leaders for Paths Execution
To tackle the problems mentioned above, it is essential to strengthen collaboration and coordination strategies among farm leaders. Here are some strategies they can implement:
- Increase coordination: Farm leaders need to increase the coordination among them to facilitate the communication and discussion of the project.
- Involvement of government: It is necessary to involve the central government to increase the chances of success in the project.
- Involvement of local organizations: Involving local organizations in the project is essential to include their technical assessments and collaboration.
- Increased financing: Investing in the project increases the chances of success and creates an opportunity to attract more external financing and grants.
In conclusion, lack of coordination among the farm leaders is one of the main issues that hinders the execution of paths in rural areas. To overcome this problem, it is necessary to implement strategies to increase collaboration and coordination, as well as involve local organizations, the government and increase financing.
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