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We promote initiatives aimed at addressing the challenge of reducing poverty and inequality by channeling resources to activities in key areas, applied with a multi-dimensional approach which includes music, sports, telemedicine and socio-productive inclusion projects to strengthen the creation of social and human capital.

Closing the infrastructure gap to build more inclusive societies img - Closing the infrastructure gap to build more inclusive societies  08 de April de 2016

In the World Strategic Forum the debate will focus on the challenges that Latin America faces at a time when the world context forces to find new paths to leave uncertainty behind and advance toward prosperity 

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.

Fans of the Olympic and Patalympic Games may help protect children

03 de August de 2016

Sports lovers worldwide are challenged to remain active in favor of children 

Independent fishermen and textile MSE´s sin Peru will benefit from socio-productive projects

20 de July de 2016

Initiatives enabled the improvement of the economies of fishermen and textile artisans, as well as projecting the marketing of their products to national and international markets 

Lima Metro: a comprehensive solution to the problems of urban mobility

15 de July de 2016

Line 1 of the Lima Metro is part of a system of urban trains that the Government of Peru is developing. This first line is approximately 34.5 kilometers in length, and has the capacity to provide services to more than 4 million people ...

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Gender equity: challenges for women
Achieving gender equity is one of the greatest challenges in today's society, which seeks the inclusion of women in decision-making processes. 
Luthier by soul and profession
A school in Caricuao, Caracas, teaches young people with different motor skills handicaps to build string instruments 
Music to Grow - Kodaly Method
The Kodaly Method, which originated in Hungary, is an innovating musical methodology, created by Zoltan Kodaly more than 100 years ago. Today, this method is taught in multiple countries in Eur...
The value of Social Inclusion for The Development
The problems of inequality and poverty in Latin America are due to the fact that it is very difficult to connect people physically (from marginal areas to working places). The challenge is to ...
Five best practices to make your city inclusive and sustainable
The five best practices are: a public transportation that enables social cohesion, public spaces, housing and the corresponding services (such as water and sanitation), education, and finally,...
img - Seminar: Equitable, competitive, and sustainable development
Seminar: Equitable, competitive, and sustainable development
Leaders of the agricultural and livestock sector of Colombia will analyze the social and economic conditions of the rural population, technology, productivity and efficiency of the agricultura...
img - "Múltiples miradas, un territorio" (Multiple looks, One Territory
"Múltiples miradas, un territorio" (Multiple looks, One Territory
CAF shows the scope of its social initiatives through an exhibition that uses photography as an instrument of social inclusion, and exhibits the beneficiaries as creators and protagonists