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Cusco: Promoting Economic Development and Inclusion

The implementation of the CISAL Fund, the participatory construction of the LED Plans, and the articulation with provincial, regional, and local institutions have transformed the way local governments promote local economic development in Chumbivilcas. The CISAL Fund has demonstrated the importance of strengthening associations, entrepreneurs and small businesses, as these contribute to local economic [...]

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Cusco: Empowerment of Women In Decision-Making Spaces

Historically, Chumbivilcan women have been excluded from participating in the political, social, and economic processes of the region. However, in the last five years, Chumbivilcan women have gained space in both social and political spheres where they contribute to the decision making in their region. One of the key milestones for this process was the [...]

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Cusco: Participatory Planning Leads To Sustainable Development

CISAL promoted a series of strategies for local governments to work hand in hand with public, private, and community institutions. The Technical Table for the Development of Chumbivilcas was established as a space for dialogue between the national government, its ministries, the mining companies of the region, and other local and regional institutions. The goal [...]

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Ancash: Local Economic Development

In four municipalities, Roundtables for Economic Development (Indepedencia, Raquia, Jangas, and Tarica) have been created. The roundtables serve to promote LED and lead the implementation of the 2017-2026 LED plans in each municipality. For example, Independencia will focus on the value chains of tourism and fabrics while Jangas will focus on guinea pigs and [...]

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Ancash: Regional vision for local challenges

Latin America has the most urbanized cities in the world. According to United Nations reports, 81% of the population lives in cities. Within this context, one of the main challenges for local governments in Latin America and in the world is the management of solid waste. How has Ancash tackled such a complex challenge? A [...]

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La Guajira: Better capacities for all

CISAL offered a series of courses on governance, leadership, local economic development and other topics delivered by the University of La Guajira and the EAN University. Additional technical assistance on transparency, inclusion, and strategic planning was provided by Canadian municipal experts from Elkford, BC, La Conception, Quebec, Langley, BC, and Sioux Lookout, ON. The technical [...]

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La Guajira: Improving opportunities for communities, indigenous, women and youth

Local Economic Development in La Guajira Three of the partner municipalities of CISAL have adopted their Local Economic Development (LED) plan as public policy, which has provided a road map for local governments to formulate and prioritize projects. The LED plans were created in a participatory manner with the local governments, the public and [...]

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La Guajira: Dialogue spaces for local governance

Dialogue spaces for local governance Despite the important contribution of the Cerrejon mine to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Colombia in over more than 40 years that the mining company has been in the region, communication and relations between the company and the local governments of the south of La Guajira have been [...]

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Antioquia: Enhanced capacity in governance and development

How have municipalities and communities improved their capacities for local management? After several courses with the University of Antioquia and a series of technical assistance missions with Canadian experts, municipalities innovated their accountability practices: Buritica shares the advances of its Municipal Development Plan through a sort of carrousel event where each manager shared the advances [...]

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Antioquia: Local Economic Development for Everyone

The LED Steering Committees, led by the UMATA (Municipal Agricultural Technical Assistance Units), are responsible for the implementation and monitoring of the plan. One of the most important achievements to date is that they have connected small producers with companies in the region, like Continental Gold, and help them to meet industry requirements. Antioquian Cofee: [...]

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