For Rodelillo the definition of poverty goes beyond socio-economical aspects. It covers the absence of a leading family, which nurtures all growth processes of its members. This is expressed in the historical experience of the families: not to be, not having, not being able to access and not belonging.
We have understood that poverty conditions affect individuals, families and society. In this sense, it is a particular and social problem, in which have relevance all the social actors: the state, universities, churches, civil society and especially those living poverty.
For Rodelillo entrepreneurship goes far beyond the creation of a business. The entrepreneurial skill of each person or family has an identity, it is what allow individuals or communities to expand into what they essentially are. Rodelillo families develop projects that give sense to their lives. So while some aspire to be a united family with common goals, others seek to improve income or access to their own house.