We are a network that links and generates knowledge for the development of Latin American territories.
We work to understand the causes of territorial inequalities, contributing to design better public policies and bring stakeholders together to support equitable territorial development. Because when territories capacities are to their top capacity, the gaps are reduced more effectively.
The role of family agronomy and the medium agricultural enterprises into national and regional development to 2030View more
Cities and Rural Territorial DevelopmentView more
Cities and development in ChileView more
Territorial Management Plan oriented to participation in the Biobio RegionView more
Contest: Flavors of Ecuador.View more
Association Agreement between Rimisp and INDAPView more
Online Diploma on Cultural Management for public servants of the National Council of Culture and ArtsView more
Territorial Development with Cultural Identity (DT-IC) Plan, QuipiscaView more
Implementation and Access to Rural Markets ProjectView more
Rural Territorial Development with Unidos Families starting from biocultural assets valorizationView more
Territorial Dinamization, Capacity building and territorial empowering in ColombiaView more
Territorial development in territorial planning and departmental modernView more