Social Diagnosis of the ALCOA Institute
In 2009, ISER held the Diagnosis ACOLA Social Institute with the aim of mapping the key initiatives and projects developed by the institute and, at the same time, providing a social, environmental and economic portrait of the development of the ten localities covered by it.
The project was divided into four areas of research work, which included the statistical bases on secondary inventory of projects and initiatives undertaken by the institute, inventory of projects and initiatives undertaken by the institute, focus groups with employees and collaborators of the Institute community councils, and interviews with managers of Alcoa in Brazil.
Once the study was completed, a final report was prepared showcasing the main results divided into five major themes: education, health, environment, economy, and governance.
In 2012, in order to improve the work, results were taken from the 2010 Census to make an update of the socioeconomic and environmental indicators.
Maria Rita Villela