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    Ten Good Things That 2020 Left Behind

    Let's have a look at ten good, non-transient things from this year that are here to stay.

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  • Five Ways Impact Management

    Five Ways Impact Management Can Jump-Start Latin America & the Caribbean's Recovery

    “Build back better” or “build forward better” — no matter how you phrase it, turning mounting investor interest in sustainable and impact investing into action is a must for any COVID-19 recovery scenario. Impact management is another key to making sure this push to action is done both effectively and with integrity.

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  • 3 Myths about Public Private Partnerships

    3 Myths about Public Private Partnerships

    People newly engaged with PPPs often hold strong beliefs about them. Some of them are just plain wrong.

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  • Think Sustainable Network: Sustainable Finances and Investment for Change

    Think Sustainable Network: Sustainable Finances and Investment for Change

    Sustainable finances and investments incorporate issues of governance, the environment and social reality when long-term decisions are made. However, in order for sustainable thinking to spread like wildfire over the financial markets and for companies to base their long-term measures on sustainability, it is essential for decision-makers – senior executives – to be committed to this trend based on an understanding of the financial instruments they can use and the challenges they will face when incorporating this line of work in their companies.

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  • Behind the Scenes: Access to Food in the Time of COVID

    Behind the Scenes: Access to Food in the Time of COVID

    The agribusiness sector has proven particularly resilient. How have Latin American food production value chains fared during the crisis and what strategies are they taking to confront new challenges?

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  • Why is additionality key for private sector development finance?

    Why is additionality key for private sector development finance?

    To meet the ambitious targets laid out by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), it is necessary to accelerate collective action, coordination, and resource mobilization across the public and private sectors. Public sector resources alone are not sufficient to bring development finance from the “billions to trillions” required to achieve the SDGs.

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