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  • noticia - Why don't men and women mobilize equally in Latin American cities?
  • noticia - Ecuador aims to close the gap in the water and sanitation coverage
  • 10 successful interventions in Latin Amer...

    Through the exchange of experiences among mayors and the accompaniment of CAF - Development Bank of Latin America- through the "Cities with a Future" program, several urban interventions have been c...

  • Why don't men and women mobilize equally ...

    Number of trips, accessibility, safety, and labor participation are some of the variables that explain why a greater gender approach is required for mobility in the cities. This is o...

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    Ecuador aims to close the gap in the wate...

    Coverage has increased for the quality and efficiency of the basic services of potable water, sanitary sewage, and collection and disposal of solid residues, seeking to improve the health and produc...

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We support socioeconomic development of the country through credit operations, grants and technical support in the financial structuring of public and private projects in infrastructure sectors, productivity, competitiveness, capacity building, environment and local development.

CAF approved USD 1.865 billion to promote the development of infrastructures and social improvements in latin Americaimg - CAF approved USD 1.865 billion to promote the development of infrastructures and social improvements in latin America22 de July de 2016

The Board of the multilateral organization approved nine loans to implement development projects in Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, Trinidad and Tobago, and Uruguay

CAF launches “Pro-inclusion” policies, a practical guide to inclusive urban development

18 de October de 2016

Through fundamental axes based on concrete and real experiences regarding practices that have the potential to be replicated in other urban centers, CAF - Development Bank of Latin America contributes to the region's competitiveness.

Better schools, better educated cities

11 de October de 2016

Guaranteeing access to education through an improvement of the educational infrastructure is decisive for the present and future of cities. This is not a minor subject, as 50 percent of schools that provide education to children in the low...

Technology at the service of Latin American entrepreneurs

27 de September de 2016

In the framework of the VII Ibero-American Congress of Young Entrepreneurs, CAF and FIJE presented the project "Young Protagonist", a virtual platform to promote entrepreneurship in the region 

A dilemma for Maria and the more than 100 million Latin Americans who live in informal settlements

26 de September de 2016

Thousands of people from the countryside or other urban areas in Latin America settle wherever they can, in the center or the periphery of cities, seeking a better future for their children even if they do not have the basic living conditi...

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knowledge
img - Uruguay's challenges regarding skills for work and life
Uruguay's challenges regarding skills for work and life
The time that parents dedicate to their children, quality of education, and the reduction of the drop-out rate, as well as youth employment, are basic pillars in the development of skills of U...
img - CAF presented the 2016 Economy and Development Report (RED)
CAF presented the 2016 Economy and Development Report (RED)
This year's report highlights family, school, environment and the world of work as the four life contexts that are fundamental to developing and accumulating the various skills that make up the...
Bankomunales: access to credit for vulnerable populations
Access to financial services for the most vulnerable populations as a mechanism for their social inclusion is a challenge and an imperative to be resolved. 
II Water Dialogues: Challenges for water security
The II Water Dialogues promoted a debate on water security in Latin America and Spain, emphasizing the challenges that must be faced from a perspective of cooperation between the regions 
img - Latin America must invest at least 5 percent per year in infrastructure to take the leap toward competitiveness
Latin America must invest at least 5 percent per year in infrastructure to take the leap toward competitiveness
In the region, the average investment in infrastructure as a percentage of GDP was 2.8 percent between 2008 and 2015, according to the figures in www.infralatam.info, A CAF, IDB, and ECLAC initiat...
events
img - Building Sustainable Financial agreements in Ecuador
Building Sustainable Financial agreements in Ecuador
The objective of this event is to create a space od dialogue regarding Sustainable Finances between the actors of financial institutions of Ecuador and Latin America, train these sectors on th...
img - Latinoamérica Verde 2016 Award
Latinoamérica Verde 2016 Award
The third edition of the awards, which highlights the results and benefits of climate activities toward the community, will be held in Ecuador  
img - Financing Sustainable Cities
Financing Sustainable Cities
During the event, experienced bankers, project developers, and investors, will speak about the challenges, opportunities, and lessons learned about the development of sustainable communities in...
img - Presentación del RED 2014 - Brasil
Presentación del RED 2014 - Brasil
El Reporte de Economía y Desarollo -RED- del 2014 se titula "Por una América Latina más segura. Una nueva perspectiva para prevenir el crimen y controlar el delito" y busca compartir el conocim...
img - First Annual CAF-LSE Conference
First Annual CAF-LSE Conference
The Rise of the Global South: Towards an Agenda for a New Century  Perhaps the most important development of the contemporary century is the emergence of the global South onto the stage o...