WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT THE POSITIVE IMPACT OF
FUNDACIÓN AVINA’S WORK LAST YEAR?

Sean McKaughan

Chairman of the Board of Directors.

We must adopt an appropriate attitude to face the crises and turn them into opportunities for systemic change.
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Gabriel Baracatt

CEO.

We are proud of the transformations and results achieved along with our allies, but we must not rest on our laurels.
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IMPACT

WE’D LIKE TO SHARE WITH YOU SOME OF THE CONTRIBUTIONS THAT WE MADE, ALONG WITH OUR ALLIES, TO SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN THE REGION AND AROUND THE WORLD.

Humankind is approaching a point of no return when it comes to climate imbalance. 2019 was a turning point in global mobilization efforts demanding solutions, and the #6D IT‘S NOW campaign added thousands of concrete actions to those efforts.
28 million inhabitants live in the Semi-arid Region of Brazil, which covers 1.3 million square kilometers (over 500,000 square miles) and includes the Caatinga ecoregion, the biome most susceptible to human interference and global climate change in the country. The Semi-arid Region has faced 72 droughts.
Values-based banks are a beacon to which traditional banking and emerging fintech companies should look for ways to change their exclusionary profit model, which is riddled with financial speculation and investments that lead to negative impacts.
The climate crisis is humankind’s greatest challenge. Coordinated action carried out by cities, private companies, and civil society organizations is critical to pushing national climate goals to more ambitious levels.
Latin America and the Caribbean have the highest rate of urban population growth. This makes the public and private sectors dependent on each other when it comes to creating a resilient future for local residents.
The mission of the Comisión de la Verdad (the country’s truth commission) is to build peace in a polarized Colombia. It seeks to understand the complexity of the conflict, aiming to uphold the right of victims and society to know the truth.
Technology allows the government and the private sector to store and process data from Internet users and exploit them without safeguards against abuse. We need policies that protect human rights in the virtual world.
The climate crisis is humankind’s greatest challenge. The commitment of diverse leaders to a long-term vision informed by science is critical to our response to this challenge.
Every year, thousands of Mexican temporary workers migrate to the U.S. with work visas obtained through recruitment agencies that often charge the workers illegal fees and commit fraud in the process.
The content and form of Latin American politics need to be reinvented. Public dissatisfaction with politics and institutional crisis are realities that must be faced with participatory, inclusive, and action-oriented strategies.
The global environmental crisis is caused by a linear economy and the mismanagement of solid waste. The massive numbers of grassroots recyclers in the global South have enormous potential to contribute to the development of a circular economy.
Climate vulnerability studies in the South American Chaco predict significant impacts in the coming decades, increased risk of droughts and floods, and a greater number of extreme weather events.

COLLABORACTION

COLLABORACTION

PROMOTING SYSTEMIC CHANGE THROUGH COLLABORATIVE PROCESSES–WHAT WE CALL “COLLABORACTION” – REQUIRES FIVE BASIC ELEMENTS.

TECHNOLOGY PORTFOLIO

COMBINING BUSINESS AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

AIC

Improved Plasma Water Sanitation system, with reduced energy consumption and real-time remote monitoring.

IMPACT INNOVATION ALLIANCE (IIA)

Installation of a superconductor coil in the AIC laboratory in Viña del Mar, Chile.

PERA COMPLEXITY

Presentation of PERA Complexity at the CleanEquity conference in Monaco, March 2019, by Quelita Morena (Co-founder and Co-director) and Valdemar Oliveira Neto (Business Advisory Director).

BRAERG

Laboratory demonstration of the antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory potential of phytotherapy.

ALLIANCES

INTERESTED IN FINDING OUT WHO OUR PARTNERS ARE?
HERE IS A LIST OF OUR 2019 ALLIANCES.

CO-INVESTOR PROGRAM COUNTRY IMPACTED
Amazon
C&A Foundation
Charities Aid Foundation (CAF America)
Citi Foundation
Citi Foundation
Cities Alliance
Co Sistema SA
Danone Brasil
Dona Santa
European Union
Fundación Alimentaris
Fundación ArgenINTA
Fundación Comunidad Empresaria
Fundación Dinero y Conciencia
Fundación Futuro Latino Americano
Fundación Gonzalo Rio Arronte
Global Alliance for Banking on Values
Green Climate Fund
Green Climate Fund
Inter-American Development Bank
Inter-American Development Bank
Inter-American Development Bank
Instituto Iguá
International Development Research Centre
KfW
Klabin S.A.
Luminate Group
Municipality of the City of San Luis
Oak Foundation
Open Government Partnership (OGP)
Open Society Foundations
The Coca-Cola Company
The Coca-Cola Company
The Coca-Cola Company
The Coca-Cola Foundation
The Coca-Cola Foundation
The Coca-Cola Foundation
United Nations
UN Multi-Partner Trust Fund
W.K. Kellogg Foundation
World Wildlife Fund, Inc.
Xylem, Inc.
Xylem, Inc.
Avina Americas
Political Innovation
Inclusive Recycling
Sustainable Cities
Sustainable Business and Finance
Migration
Strategic Communications Division
Inclusive Recycling
Access to Water
Sustainable Cities
Biomes
Climate Action
Strategic Communications Division
Sustainable Business and Finance
Climate Action
Access to Water
Sustainable Business and Finance
Climate Action
Climate Action
Access to Water
Technology for Social Change
Climate Action
Access to Water
Technology for Social Change
Political Innovation
Social Progress Index
Technology for Social Change
Strategic Communications Division
Climate Action
Technology for Social Change
Migration
Access to Water
Access to Water
Access to Water
Inclusive Recycling
Access to Water
Access to Water
Access to Water
Social Progress Index
Access to Water
Strategic Communications Division
Avina Americas
Biomes
United States
Brazil
Brazil
Argentina
Argentina
Guatemala
Argentina
Brazil
Brazil
Argentina
Argentina
Argentina
Argentina
Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Uruguay
Multiple countries
Mexico
Multiple countries
Ecuador
Peru
Colombia, Ecuador, Panama
Multiple countries
Chile
Brazil
Multiple countries
Colombia
Brazil
Multiple countries
Argentina
Brazil
Multiple countries
Mexico
Argentina
Chile
Peru
Multiple countries
Uruguay, Paraguay
Uruguay
Ecuador
Colombia
Mexico
Panama
United States
Argentina

AVINA IN NUMBERS

Investments in Latin America

Since 1994, Avina’s programmatic support has totaled more than 578 million USD. Of that amount, Fundación Avina has directly invested over 436.9 million USD in sustainable development initiatives led by its allies over the past 25 years.

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Total from 1994-2019

Financial Movilization 2017-2019

Since 1994, the sum of Fundación Avina’s programmatic support plus leveraged resources has exceeded 1 billion USD.

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Third-party resources – 2017
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Total resources mobilized – 2017
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Administration Avina – 2017
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CO-INVESTMENT FUNDS 2019

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AVINA AMERICAS
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2019: TOTAL FUNDS
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