OUR CLIENTS AND PARTNERS IN THE PILOT IMPLEMENTATION (2014-2017)
We have supported projects of:
The LATN identifies and develops ideas for Latin American change through public policy research and interaction with academics, negotiators, and members of civil society. To this end, the Network maintains an active program of events, including conferences, workshops, and working meetings, among others (2014)
Reducing poverty, shaping sustainable development, coping with global risks - these are the objectives of Switzerland's international development cooperation, a cooperation implemented by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation and the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (2015-2016)
We established commercial links with:
Active Walls is a company whose value is technology and research. The company focuses its lines of action on research, development and innovation of environmental technologies, for their subsequent commercialization, thus bringing to the public technologies that until now were only used by industries and public administrations. Its line of products achieves the decontamination of air in urban environments, houses, apartments, offices, factories, schools, hospitals, gyms and stores.
They supported us:
ASA is a politically independent program of common interest. It is a network that brings together people, organizations, projects and initiatives on a global level. ASA is a program of the Engagement Global gGmbH. (2016-2017)
We participated in:
C4D is a network of communities where development actors collaborate around projects, share and discuss knowledge, promote ideas through crowdsourcing and work together to end extreme poverty and increase shared prosperity.
Since March 2013 this Community of Practices (CoP) has allowed development actors, experts in the sector on different topics, to share experiences and lessons in order to improve the efficiency and impact of their services (We have been invited to participate in the 2nd High Level Meeting on Country-led Knowledge Hubs (Seoul, South Korea, May 2014) and in the 3rd. High Level Meeting on Country-led Knowledge Sharing (Washington DC, USA, February 2016)
ConnectAmericas is the first social business network in the Americas dedicated to promoting foreign trade and international investment. ConnectAmericas will help SMEs strengthen their businesses by offering access to customer, supplier and investor communities in the region and around the world, segmented by industry. ConnectAmericas is a nonprofit initiative of the IDB (Our activities in Latin America have been verified by ConnectAmericas, and we received the support of Interamerican Development Bank through its Nexso Program/IE Business School of Spain) (2016)
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