The Seminar on Sustainable Development Goals and the Subnational Governments in the Antel videoconference room, within the framework of the Mirada Ciudadana project, has been successfully developed and a very good public framework.
Mayors of Cerro Largo, Santa Clara, Candiotta, Yaguarón and Aceguá Brazil told of the work they have been doing since their management and the ODS with which they carry out their tasks in order to improve their municipality and the quality of life of its inhabitants.
This international workshop brought together representatives from 9 countries to deepen the development of Transversal and Socio-Emotional Competences, agree on methodologies and establish a common work agenda in Latin America.
Mexico City hosts the first Workshop on Monitoring and Evaluation of Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation Policies, a regional meeting where experts on public policy and climate change assessment work together to improve climate policies in Latin America.
Through the collaboration of a teacher in charge of working on afro issues, the Uruguay Center, historically the social center of the Afro community of Melo, manages an agreement with the Brazilian University Unipampa. In this sense, the Mirada Ciudadana Project technically supports the strengthening of local capacities.
The objective of this agreement is to strengthen the Uruguay Center and contribute to the rescue of its identity. The role of the Mirada Ciudadana project has to do with the strengthening of civil society, in this case the Afro community of the city of Melo.
Within the Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurial Development in Mesoamerica project, EDEM, co-financed by Colombia and the European Union, the First Meeting of Entrepreneurs in Mesoamerica will be held in Bogotá and Cali, in which delegates from these countries will make technical visits will allow to define and build new action plans that promote the promotion of regional entrepreneurship.
The Seda Project participated in the 2018 edition of Emitex, Simatex and Confemaq, an exhibition of the textile industry that had its appointment at the Costa Salguero Center on 10, 11, 12 and 13 April.
The project "Contribution to the Food Security of the Population of Cuba", began its execution in November of 2017, and to date there have been 8 internships in which 16 Cuban professionals have been trained in the Laboratory and Quarantine Station Lo Aguirre and the Central Office of the Agricultural and Livestock Service of Chile.
For the 2018 program, the execution of 5 workshops is contemplated. The themes of which were defined according to the needs of the beneficiary institutions and attendees of the Seminars organized by the Dialogas Project, held in Bogotá, Colombia and Santiago de Chile. For each workshop, it considers the participation of 9 people, of which 6 will be financed by the Dialogas Project, while three other institutions will be financed by CAF.
The Ibero-American General Secretariat, Rebeca Grynspan, presented last Friday in Brazil, for the first time in its 10 year history, the "Report on South-South Cooperation in Ibero-America 2017". The publication produced by the Segib gathers together all the initiatives that are developed in this area within the framework of the Ibero-American community.
Cuba will highlight the importance of South-South cooperation and reiterate its willingness to strengthen it at the XXXV Conference of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) for Latin America and the Caribbean, which will begin this Monday in Jamaica.
According to members of the Cuban delegation to this FAO forum, the largest of the Antilles will also refer to issues related to climate change, hurricanes and the strengthening of civil defense against these phenomena.