">Foundation for the Integral Development of the Colombian Pacific Region - FDI Pacífico

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Fundación para el Desarrollo Integral del Pacífico
Foundation for the Integral Development of the Colombian Pacific Region

Mission

A private, independent, non-political, not-for-profit organization that works towards the sustainable development of Colombia’s Pacific Region hand in hand with different agents.

Key area: Regional planning

Structured, cohesive, harmonious and up-to-date long-term urban & regional planning processes afford the community the opportunity to achieve improvements in its quality of life (QOL). This initiative represents a key area for project design and implementation at FDI Pacífico, recognizing that stronger long-term local and regional planning, including articulating ongoing regional strategies, programs and projects, should result in progressively higher levels of development and environmental sustainability in the Pacific Region, as well as in an improved quality of life for its peoples.

 

Strategic lines of action

Connectivity and logistics
The following are the infrastructure initiatives and projects aimed at bolstering regional competitiveness, realizing untapped territorial potential, and developing and/or maximizing collective capacities in the Pacific Region.
Recovery and management of water resources
The following initiatives and projects aim to recover, manage, develop, and attain sustainability of water sources, undeniably a vital resource.
Social development
These initiatives and projects intend to generate the necessary and sufficient conditions to improve the population’s quality of life, through the design and implementation of training and capacity building programs for individuals, institutions and social groups.

Pacific Region

The Pacific Region in Colombia is located in the country’s southwest, on the Pacific coast, to which it owes its name. It is comprised of the Departments of Cauca, Chocó, Nariño and Valle del Cauca. The Region is characterized by its biodiversity and water wealth, as well as by the convergence of multiple ethnic groups and a privileged position on the Colombian Pacific Basin.

8151955
Population
4
Departments
339100
Ocean (km2)

¿How we work?

Our work is supported on a solid basis of knowledge, always aiming at materializing strategic, high-impact initiatives by jointly collaborating with public and private entities and contributing to our Region’s transformation.

FDI Pacífico

Identify

Identify, own and articulate knowledge in order to prioritize needs and propose high-impact initiatives.

Articulating

Articulate and support diverse interests and stakeholders, focus efforts and execute strategies required for regional Development.

 

 

Managing

Manage and sustain projects,initiatives or public policies prioritized by their feasibility and strategic value for the region’s development.

International Cooperation

Establish strategic relations with relevant public and private actors who work in the international cooperation system, in order to strengthen project implementation through technical and financial cooperation.

Our projects

Watersheds in the post conflict period
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Regional water supply system of the south of Valle del Cauca
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The Pacific Administrative and Planning Region, RAP Pacífico
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Key area: Regional planning
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Plan Todos Somos Pazcífico (‘We are All Peacific Plan’)
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Corporate Governance

The Cali Chamber of Commerce, the Valle del Cauca Governors’ Office, the Regional Autonomous Corporation of Valle del Cauca (CAR for its acronym in Spanish), and the National Federation of Coffee Growers of Colombia – Coffee Growers’ State Committee for Valle del Cauca. Read more

Executive control organ comprised by eight members of the FDI Pacifico’s Founding Council and three external members. Read more

To date, 30 regional organizations are classified as Type A or B donors in FDI Pacífico’s patron’s roster. Read more

Noticias

October 13, 2017
Representantes del sector público y privado ponen en marcha el proyecto de Conexión Pacífico – Orinoquia

Durante la jornada, el Gobierno Nacional ratificó la priorización de este proyecto contemplado en el Plan Maestro de Transporte y se espera tener listos los estudios, diseños y la estructuración del esquema financiero a finales del año 2018. Además de la definición e identificación de los aspectos ambientales necesarios para iniciar su ejecución.

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September 30, 2017
Climate Change & Health: human issues

This article explores the link between climate change and health, and take a look at this issue in some aspects in Colombia.

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August 31, 2017
Paying for our climate: local actions in Colombia for a global challenge

This article reviews the local projects and programs for the adaptation to the effects of climate change and climate volatility in Colombia.

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