CONTRIBUTING TO GLOBAL SUSTAINABILITY
  FROM THE GLOBAL SOUTH

CONTRIBUTING TO GLOBAL SUSTAINABILITY FROM THE GLOBAL SOUTH.

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We are a Latin American foundation that promotes sustainability through collaborative processes, leading to large-scale positive impact.

To fulfill our mission we work from the Global South (Latin America and Africa), in line with the 2030 Agenda of the United Nations, to advance innovations that promote the care of the planet and the well-being of all people.

At Avina, we believe in deepening and strengthening efforts that promote human dignity, equity, environmental sustainability and our democracies.

We promote collaborative change processes that allow us to understand the challenges and offer specific responses to each context, creating systemic and resilient changes.

 Nothing we do would be possible without our partners. At Avina, we understand that lack of collaboration is the greatest challenge to sustainable development.

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COLLABORATIVE PROCESSES ARE THE
CORE OF WHAT WE DO.
A WORKING MODEL TO
IMPROVE THE LIVES OF MILLIONS OF PEOPLE.

If you look at influential social movements and successful examples of large-scale social change, you are likely to observe five essential and self-reinforcing components.
 When societal change occurs through the use of the five components, we call it a Collaborative Change Process. 
To increase impact potential, we strengthen, accelerate and scale these components through our actions.
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FUNDACIÓN AVINA’S ECOSYSTEM

Today, Fundación Avina’s network is made up of more than 8,000 partners and is undoubtedly our most important capital.

75 staff members

 + 8,000 partners around the world

 10 program teams

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MOST RECENT ACHIEVEMENTS OF OUR
COLLABORATIVE PROCESSES

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A new
energy

matrix for
Chile

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Access to safe
water for
3,400,000
people.

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25,000 grassroots
recyclers formally
included in their
cities’ recycling
systems.

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Cities with goals and
plans to increase citizen
participation among
35,000,000
inhabitants.

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Monitoring and
early flood
alerts for the
Pilcomayo river
that save lives
and resources.

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See our achivements