SUSTAINABLE AND INCLUSIVE COMMUNITIES IN LATIN AMERICA

The Sustainable and Inclusive Communities in Latin America (CISAL) Program is an initiative of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) which aims to contribute to the strengthening of local governments in mining regions in Colombia and Peru, in order to achieve higher social benefits and sustainable economic opportunities for communities.

THE CHALLENGE:

Latin American countries represent a high percentage of production and new investments being made in the mining sector. In countries like Colombia and Peru, local governments face huge challenges to ensure the welfare of their citizens in those areas. These are some of the main challenges:

FOR THIS, CISAL SEEKS TO:

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Strengthen the capacity of participatory planning, accountability and transparent management of local governments.

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Promote local economic development and inclusive diversification that benefit men and women living under vulnerable conditions.

3

Strengthen collaboration and exchange of best practices among local governments, central government, knowledge partners, private companies and organizations.

┬┐WHERE DO WE WORK?

PUBLICATIONS

CANADIAN MUNICIPALITIES AND THE MINING SECTOR

March 18th, 2016|0 Comments

The Federation of Canadian Municipalities has launched a new five-year program: Inclusive and Sustainable Communities in Latin America (CISAL), funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD) of the Government of Canada. [...]

EVENTS

ROUNDTABLE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF MANAURE

June 6th, 2018|0 Comments

An Exercise in Participatory Development Salt extraction has been the foundation of economic development for Manaure. A series of issues between actors in the salt value chain, including strikes and violence, have influenced [...]

NEWS

ROUNDTABLE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF MANAURE

June 6th, 2018|0 Comments

An Exercise in Participatory Development

Salt extraction has been the foundation of economic development for Manaure. A series of issues between actors in the salt value chain, including strikes and violence, have influenced production and operational development, greatly weakening the local economy and the quality of life of inhabitants. From […]

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