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We promote the strengthening of technical and technological higher education through the enhancement of its offer, quality and relevance to fulfill the new demands of the productive sector in accordance to the technological changes that globalization entails. 

CAF’s support of the region’s youth was highlighted at the 25th Ibero-American Summit of Heads of State and Governmentsimg - CAF’s support of the region’s youth was highlighted at the 25th Ibero-American Summit of Heads of State and Governments29 de October de 2016

The institution participated in various activities and received honors for its support of Latin American youth inclusion at the summit celebrated in Cartagena de Indias.

Social innovation in Corrientes public schools takes a qualitative leap forward through art

14 de June de 2018

The Entornos Creativos program will be launched in five secondary schools and communities of the province, benefiting at least 1,750 vulnerable young people in schools and more than 12,000 members of the community.

Bringing Internet into the classroom is key in improving education systems

11 de July de 2017

Improving and expanding the use of technology and accessing broadband connectivity is essential in improving education systems in Latin America

Challenges to improving the quality of human capital in Panama

07 de July de 2017

Greater emphasis on care and education from early childhood is paramount to leverage the process of promoting cognitive, social, emotional and physical skills among young men and women, according to the Economy and Development Report (NET ...

Launching of the second School of Economics. The Pacific: an ocean of opportunitie

03 de February de 2017

In 2015, the Pacific reached a level of multidimensional poverty of 33.8 percent. The national indicator reaches 20.2 percent, and ranks the Pacific as the region with the most deprivations in Colombia (Does not include the Valley)

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Innovation Policies for Productivity
Productivity depends on several factors, including both macroeconomic and microeconomic, linked to the behavior of production facilities.
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Technical education and professional training in Latin America
To increase the competitiveness and productivity of the economies and their enterprises, it is essential to have enough qualified human capital. This seminar will present a scenario of the sit...