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This paper explores the potential opportunities for collaboration between the PublicDevelopment Banks (PDBs) and philanthropies, highlighting how a well-designed blendedfinance framework can align both types of actors and scale up climate investments inemerging economies. It also defines challenges in creating effective synergies betweenthese two development finance actors.
The objective of this report is to analyse, through a series of components fed with information collected from January 2020 to December 2022 within the databases of Innpactia, the offer of opportunities with a gender perspective in terms of access to investment support, but not only in economic-monetary resources but also validating the support of in-kind or technical resources in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Access to resources for civil society in Latin America: Barriers and costs, inequities and inefficienciesJuly 1, 2022
Despite civil society's vast scope and relevance, research into the allocation of resources for its activities in Latin America is limited and inconsistent, often based on incomplete data. This research project, jointly undertaken by CIVICUS and Innpactia, is an attempt to go a step further in terms of collecting and analysing data on the civil society-funding ecosystem in the region.
In this report, we present a summary of our findings, which we hope will contribute to depicting the funding landscape for CSOs in Latin America. We do so with the ambition of stimulating debates based on empirical evidence, rethinking civil society funding practices and promoting actions that democratise access to predictable flows of resources to strengthen the autonomy, sustainability and diversity of civil society.
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