Rimisp, Centro Latino Americano para el Desarrollo Rural, is a network that generates and systematizes knowledge, with the aim of understanding the transformations of the rural world and contributing to the formulation of improved strategies and policies for a sustainable and inclusive development.
To promote transformation strategies to achieve territorial equity based on a nuanced understanding of the challenges faced by rural territories in Latin America.
We aspire to a Latin America where all people, regardless of place where they inhabit, have the same opportunities to be part of a just, sustainable, and inclusive development.
En el marco de la primera etapa del Programa ORIGINARIAS: Empoderamiento de mujeres indígenas en el norte de Chile para el desarrollo sostenible-ONU MujeresView more
Innovation for the Overcoming of Poverty in Chile - CORFOView more
Civic Engagement & Public LibrariesView more
Strenghtening and measurement of municipal services qualityView more
Cities and development in ChileView more
Capacity Development and Design Training Modules in Territorial Development with Cultural IdentityView more
Strengthening Integration MovementView more
Bolivia rural marketView more
Contributing to Public Policy Culture from a Territorial ApproachView more
Family farming and territorial development in ChileView more
Agrifood and Territorial Heritage Partnerships for Food Security in ColombiaView more
Territorial Rural Development from biocultural assetsView more