Our commitment to our client doesn’t end in the delivery of their property. That begins a crucial phase and with great expectations, the search for a better quality of life and new experiences in the community.

This communal life promotes conditions that seek to achieve an equilibrium among the material and the social, this being the last of the challenges that the LIDER Group assumes through its Friendly Community - CAMI.

That’s why CAMI identifies the needs of the residents in the buildings to promote and reinforce the social sustainability and community organization of the residents. Through permanent contact with the community, we are looking to achieve the recognition of others, creating fraternity and integration, generating a space where recreation and meeting is valued, through a proper use of spare time. This is complemented by the generation of knowledge and abilities that prevent conflicts and make a healthy coexistence easier.

Our Team
CAMI consists of specialized professionals in different social departments trying to achieve efficient social management. The endowment, development and reinforcement of the abilities of the residents is possible through the projects of Social Cultural Development and Community Management.

The execution of such projects is a planned work according to the context of each condominium, and integrates the participation of the entire CAMI team, which works directly with the residents and Directive Board.

We are all assuming the challenge of achieving a healthy coexistence, through actions that seek to promote values such as respect, tolerance, citizenry and work with the community; as well as reinforcing the abilities of our organization, leadership and management of residents,putting an emphasis on accomplishing our goals that regulate life in the community.




Among kids, teens and adults, it promotes the practice of values for a healthy coexistence, the proper use of free time, the validation of games and boosting human relationships through spontaneous, recreational and artistic activities, with a sociocultural methodology. That way it works through five components:


Cozy spaces

We promote the active participation of the residents in the developed activities by CAMI to make the building a cozy place for everyone.



We seek to promote the importance of play and recreation for the development of all people.



We develop different activities for kids and teenagers to enjoy in their spare time, like: painting, theater, puppets, dancing, crafting, sports and environmental care, among others.



We promote cultural and recreational events that contribute to the reinforcement of familiar relationships and the integration of all the residents and the community.



We provide spaces for parents to use for reflection in regards to the development of their children.

We have a physical cozy space in each condominium with a sociocultural development monitor, where specialists in different workshops develop different artistic, sports and recreational activities.

Because of its formative and sensible character, its goal is the construction of citizenship with the base of a practice of values and recognition of others, mutual respect and norms. That’s how we generate spaces of communication and integration among people, which promotes good relationships among neighbors, communication and organization, as well as the care of the building and common areas.



We promote the responsible citizenship among the residents, based on the observation of the rules of procedure and the norms of coexistence through the activities of integration and training to reinforce the abilities of leadership, organization and management. Its work with the Owners Council (owners of the condominium) It works with the Board of Owners (owners of the condominium) and strengthens the Boards of Directors (democratically elected representatives), giving the latter a periodic accompaniment.

The intervention fall on community management monitors and has three phases:



In the induction we boost the relationships among neighbors to promote their participation, organization and commitment.



During monitoring, the Directive Board is reinforced in their leadership and organization abilities, training them in management and administration, with the goal of achieving quality communication among the residents, and their participation.



During reinforcement, we are looking for the Directive Board to implement and evaluate different solutions in common life and the building administration, with the involvement of all actors, transferring the continuity of the initiative for the community.

"The effect of the intervention is reflected in a better organized Directive Board, with leadership and respect for the Rules of procedure; as well as the residents who respect the norms of coexistence."