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Yes, we can. How to reduce the impact of climate change on Latin America’s infrastructure17 April 2018

For every dollar invested in prevention, we save more than seven dollars in reconstruction; hence the importance of planning, designing, financing and operating resilient, low-carbon infrastructure in the region. Argentina and Chile are already making strides on this issue, which will be discussed at the Conference on Infrastructure for the development of Latin America, organized by CAF at the Alvear Icon Hotel in Buenos Aires on April 25-26.

argentina | environment
CAF promotes regional integration at the 8th Summit of the Americas16 April 2018

The executive president of CAF-development bank of Latin America, Luis Carranza, participated as special guest in the 8th Summit of the Americas, which brought together representatives from 33 countries in Lima, Peru, on April 13-14.

peru | external relations
CAF to hold conference April 25 and 26 in Argentina on inclusive and resilient infrastructure12 April 2018

Over fifty leaders from Latin America and around the world will attend the Conference on Infrastructure for the Development of Latin America, to be held by CAF at the Hotel Alvear Icon in Buenos Aires. The conference will discuss the challenges facing the infrastructure sector in Latin America and share good practices in integration, financing, productivity, resilience, inclusion, planning, technology and regulations, among other matters.

argentina | water | environment | cities | financial development | energy | public management and institutional quality | technological innovation | telecommunications and ict | transport
Infrastructure for the development of Latin America Conference09 April 2018

Authorities of local and national governments, academy members, media, international organizations and the private sector representatives, will meet in Buenos Aires on April 25 and 26, 2018 to address the issue of infrastructure for the development of Latin America.

argentina | water | environment | cities | energy | transport
Confidence in government institutions, the key to growth in Latin America09 April 2018

Restoring public confidence in government institutions is essential to steer back onto the road toward inclusive growth and greater well-being for all in Latin America and the Caribbean

| public management and institutional quality | productive transformation
Innovation Policies for Productivity 28 March 2018

Productivity depends on several factors, including both macroeconomic and microeconomic, linked to the behavior of production facilities.

| education | business innovation | productive transformation
Latin American cities reduce climate footprint26 March 2018

Fourteen Latin American cities are participating in the Huella de Ciudades [Footprint of Cities] initiative, which supports local governments in identifying actions, designing and implementing development plans based on mitigation and adaptation to climate change.

bolivia | brazil | chile | colombia | ecuador | mexico | peru | environment | cities
Climate Change Affects Road Network in Mexico21 March 2018

A study carried out by CAF - development bank of Latin America - and the Centro Mario Molina, showed that there are 105,000 sites in Mexico in danger of flooding. The study puts forward strategies and measures to reduce the dangers caused by hydro-meteorological phenomena and extreme weather conditions on Mexico’s roads.

mexico | environment | | transport
The 5th International Urban Development and Social Inclusion Contest aims to improve quality of life in cities15 March 2018

CAF is looking for a way to improve the standard of living in communities. Specifically, it is seeking to improve people’s quality of life and to incorporate irregular settlements into the city by coming up with and introducing innovative, relevant, justifiable and workable proposals. If you are interested, please register here.

argentina | bolivia | brazil | chile | colombia | costa rica | ecuador | europe | jamaica | mexico | panama | paraguay | peru | dominican republic | trinidad and tobago | uruguay | venezuela | water | environment | cities | equity and social inclusion | transport
How Efficient is the Supply of Water in Latin America?15 March 2018

CAF - development bank of Latin America - carried out a study on water safety in 26 cities in the region, and came up with evidence that showed that there was a loss of more than 60% in the supply of water. These and other results will be discussed at the upcoming Infrastructure for the Development of Latin America Conference to be held in Buenos Aires. 

brazil | water | cities |
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img - Confidence in government institutions, the key to growth in Latin America
Confidence in government institutions, the key to growth in Latin America
Restoring public confidence in government institutions is essential to steer back onto the road toward inclusive growth and greater well-being for all in Latin America and the Caribbean
img - How Efficient is the Supply of Water in Latin America?
How Efficient is the Supply of Water in Latin America?
CAF - development bank of Latin America - carried out a study on water safety in 26 cities in the region, and came up with evidence that showed that there was a loss of more than 60% in the supply ...
img - Innovation Policies for Productivity
Innovation Policies for Productivity
Productivity depends on several factors, including both macroeconomic and microeconomic, linked to the behavior of production facilities.
img - CAF and SEGIB Boost Productive Transformation and Entrepreneurship in Latin America
CAF and SEGIB Boost Productive Transformation and Entrepreneurship in Latin America
CAF provided technical and financial support for the "Do Business in Latin America" report, which highlighted the importance of furthering innovation in a transversal manner and improving liaison b...
img - Climate Change Affects Road Network in Mexico
Climate Change Affects Road Network in Mexico
A study carried out by CAF - development bank of Latin America - and the Centro Mario Molina, showed that there are 105,000 sites in Mexico in danger of flooding. The study puts forward strategies ...