In the pre-installation we have the initial phases of Recognition, Assembly and Survey and, in general terms, they are the tools to better understand the context of the community and identify general characteristics that will allow to plan in more detail the execution of the project in the next stage. .
In the installation stage we have the Co-creation, Training and Execution phases. It is at this stage of the Tierra Grata Social Intervention Model where the results are tacitly visualized and includes the active participation of community members.
Finally, in the last post-installation stage are the final Survey, Assembly and Results processes. They are basically the closure of the project and what it seeks is to measure the impact of the work carried out to discover its success or not, socialize it with the community in order to receive effective feedback and make the results visible to both external and internal public.