CIDEI through its participation in international projects, help you manage your participation in projects financed by different international entities.
INTER-AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK, IDB
Supports the efforts of Latin America and the Caribbean to reduce poverty and inequality.
Its main objective is the development of a sustainable and climate-friendly.
Founded in 1959, is the largest source of development financing for Latin America and the Caribbean, with a strong commitment to achieve measurable results.
In addition to loans, provide grants, technical assistance and conduct research. Its shareholders are the 48 member countries, including the 26 borrowing member countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, with a majority of the IDB.
Founded in 1993 as part of The Inter-American Development Bank, the Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF) was established in order to define new ways to increase private investment, promote private sector development and improve the business environment supporting the micro and small enterprises, to support economic growth and poverty reduction in the region.
The MIF is the largest provider of technical assistance for private sector development in Latin America and the Caribbean and, as such, has played a unique role in the Group of the Inter-American Development Bank, looking for innovative ways to create economic opportunities and reduce poverty.
Through the Line of Better Conditions for Productivity (MAP), the IDB provides technical assistance for studies and activities to improve the business environment and implement effective policies for productive development in Latin America and the Caribbean.
The consultants and public and private organizations who apply for MAP funds Line analyse areas such as informality and markets, access to finance and credit, productive development policies and business climate improvements. Diagnoses and small-scale interventions provide lessons that can be replicable and scalable in other regions of one or more countries.
Historically, the Bank has developed a wide range of projects to implement microeconomic reforms to improve the business climate and facilitate development.
Framework program for competitiveness and innovation (CIP).
The framework program for competitiveness and innovation (CIP), aimed primarily at small and medium enterprises (SMEs) supports innovation activities (including eco-innovation), provide better access to finance and provides support services to companies in the regions.
The program supports the implementation and use of information technology and communication (ICT) and the development of information society.
It also promotes greater use of renewable energy and energy efficiency.
The CIP is developed in 2007-2013 and has a total budget of 3621 million.
The CYTED program is defined as a multilateral intergovernmental cooperation in Science and Technology, which provides different perspectives and views to promote cooperation in Research and Innovation for the Development of the Latin American Region.
Innovation Project Idea IBEROEKA / Partner Search
In the case of a company or university center project a preliminary idea, this entity may produce a form of one-page, explaining briefly the subject to propose. This tab “project Idea / search partner” will be sent to the Agency Manager IBEROEKA of their country and this in turn to the General Secretariat for circulation among all the countries in the Latin American region, in order to try to find new partners that will formalize a profile IBEROEKA Project.
What are the advantages of participating in a project
- Sharing knowledge and technologies of the other partners
- Ability to use scientific and technological resources of the entire CYTED
- Opening new markets
- Access to funding in each of the countries
- Benefit from the prestige of IBEROEKA Innovation Projects in the framework of international cooperation