This study evaluates the extent to which digital inclusion is considered in Caribbean digital transformation frameworks. Digital inclusion considers the ways in which digital divides are created as the digital transformation of society progresses, and how societal inequalities affect and are affected by digital technologies. As such, digital inclusion is a lens through which the effects of the digital transformation can be assessed.
This study provide a background and research methodology; lays out emerging trends related to gender responsive finance among national DFIs in the ACP region; provides an overview of features of gender strategies and policies of key DFIs. It shows examples of gender-responsive projects and products; and Section 6 highlights key gaps, challenges and support needed to promote gender responsive finance and WEE at the national and sub-regional DFI level.
This report provides estimates of Latin America and the Caribbean’s international trade flows for 2022. It was prepared by the Integration and Trade Sector (INT) at the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), in partnership with its Institute for the Integration of Latin America and the Caribbean (INTAL), under the overall supervision of Fabrizio Opertti, Sector Manager, Pablo García, Regional Integration Unit Chief, and Ana Basco, Director of INTAL.
Global efforts to achieve the climate goals specified in the Paris Agreement pose major challenges for the global production system, because demand for clean fuels, metals, and minerals will increase considerably in the coming decades. This trend is the main driver for extractive companies transformations of their production systems to maintain their profitability and operability in the face of an increasingly stringent context in economic, environmental, and social terms.
Author: Rentería Palomares, Zaira; Gutiérrez García, Jorge; Perdomo Rodríguez, Daniel