Vision for the Future: By 2030 the universalization of sustainable access to water and sanitation has been achieved in a context of climate change.
Vision for the Future: Latin American countries are recognized for their leadership and innovation in climate action and, in alliance with all sectors of society, fulfill their commitments under the Paris Agreement.
Vision for the Future: Improve the quality of life of the most vulnerable populations in the large biomes of South America (Chaco, Pantanal, Amazonia) by supporting them to exercise their right to satisfy basic needs, ensuring their inclusion in resilient productive chains and defining participatory governance schemes that impact public policies, within and between biomes.
Vision for the Future: Cities implement concrete solutions that contribute to the goals and objectives—related to urban inequality and resilience—of the 2030 Agenda.
SOCIAL PROGRESS INDEX
Vision for the Future: The Social Progress Index (SPI) is a comprehensive measure of quality of life, independent of economic indicators, that allows decision makers to identify development priorities and generate plans and projects to make advances in those priority areas. In this way, the SPI helps to improve the living conditions of people within the framework defined by the Sustainable Development Goals.
Vision for the Future: Contribute to the construction of a democratic model in Latin America that redistributes power, expands political and social inclusion, and promotes human rights.
Vision for the Future: A hospitable and open Latin America where people in situations of human mobility can exercise their rights to improve their quality of life.
Vision for the Future: Inclusive Recycling becomes a paradigm for waste management throughout Latin America, prioritizing the recovery and recycling of waste and the formalization of the work of grassroots recyclers—thereby strengthening their contribution to the development of the circular economy in the region.
Vision for the Future: Leverage the digital revolution—the economic, political and social effects of which are not yet fully clear—to build new and innovative models of citizen participation, mobilization and advocacy that contribute to the development of more just, egalitarian, safe and open societies.
In 2017 Fundación Avina incorporated a new shared agenda to develop a transformative vision of the future in Latin America: Sustainable Finance. With initial projects in Chile, Argentina, Brazil and Colombia, we work together with different stakeholders to generate institutional impact on the region’s financial sector.
GLOBAL SOUTH INITIATIVE
Through the incorporation of models and lessons learned from each of Avina’s programs, the Global South Initiative seeks to promote the exchange of innovative models and collaborative processes between Latin America and Africa.