CEPAL promotes and supports economic and social development through regional and subregional cooperation and integration. It works to gather, organize, interpret and disseminate information and data relating to the economic and social development of the region.
More than 130 indicators summarizing the past and present social evolution of the 33 Latin American and Caribbean ECLAC/CEPAL member countries, as well as that of 9 non-independent, associate member Caribbean territories
The Organization’s four main pillars––democracy, human rights, security, and development––support each other and are intertwined through political dialogue, inclusiveness, cooperation, and legal and follow-up instruments that provide the OAS with the tools to maximize its work in the Hemisphere.
he Bank supports clients in the design of projects, and provides financing, technical assistance and knowledge services to support development interventions. The IDB focuses on empirical evidence for making decisions and measuring the impact of this projects to increase its development effectiveness. The IDB lends to national, provincial, state and municipal governments as well as autonomous public institutions. Civil society organizations and private sector companies are also eligible.
A Community of bringing Bolivia, Columbia, Ecuador, and Peru that decided voluntarily to join together for the purpose of achieving more rapid, better balanced and more autonomous development through Andean, South American and Latin American integration.
Dedicated to the strengthening of the regional co-operation and integration process, with a view to creating an enhanced economic space in the region; preserving the environmental integrity of the Caribbean Sea which is regarded as the common patrimony of the peoples of the region; and promoting the sustainable development of the Greater Caribbean.