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The theory of social responsibility is based on a system of ethics, in which decisions and actions must be ethically validated before proceeding. If the action or decision causes harm to society or the environment, then it would be considered socially irresponsible.

The moral values inherent in society create a distinction between right and wrong. Thus, social justice is considered (by most) to be "right", but most of the time this "justice" is absent. Each individual has a responsibility to act in a way that is beneficial to society and not just to the individual.

Botanical Garden of Native Plants Project - Zurite

Located in the Province of Anta, the district of Zurite, wonderful agricultural architecture, with platforms of ten steps, extension lines with embankments of more than three meters with two types of platforms, one purely agricultural and others with support function. Currently, they use this place for the platforms of the experimental station where conservation and improvement of Andean species are carried out. It is a sample of the autochthonous flora with which they intend to promote interest in.

Rural Community Tourism and Inhabitants' House - Q'eswachaka

Community-based Rural Tourism is any tourism activity that takes place in rural areas, in a planned and sustainable manner, based on the participation of the local population organized for the benefit of the community. This project is focused on the "Development of a competitive and sustainable tourism offer" as a strategy to fight poverty. Through this project, it is intended to encourage the population to continue maintaining their traditions, customs and original way of life. The objective of the.

Improved Rural Housing Project

The inhabitants' homes are located within a radius of 30 and 40 kilometers outside the city of Cusco and further south in Peru. They live in villages at altitudes of 3,400 to 3,900 meters above sea level (11,155 to 12,795 feet). Their main activity is agriculture, cattle raising and handicrafts, of which the most outstanding activity is hand weaving. The other two communities live on the islands of Lake Titicaca, the activities they perform.
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