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.
Project Assesment Communication and scientific dissemination on climate change 2016-2018View more
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