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.
Rural Extension NetworkView more
Quito Alimentary LetterView more
Social and productive inclusion: an institutional analysisView more
Social Policy Evaluation of MexicoView more
Colombia - Agriculture Strategic Directions from a territorial point of viewView more
Zero Hunger SummitView more
Strengthening of institutional capacity of the Agency for the Renewal of the Territory – ART at territorial levelView more
Rural women's public policy recommendationsView more
Targeting instrument for place-based interventions in ColombiaView more
Building capabilities for advocacy: a network for the peace building in the region of Highland Patía and Northern Cauca - ColombiaView more
Technical Assistance to FAO in Sudamerica for Scaling, Resource Mobilization and Dialogues with the Private SectorView more
Institutional support for the strengthening of the Rimisp Office for Mexico and Central AmericaView more