ADD US IN

The goal of the Los Angeles Integrated Consortium with Add Us In is to expand opportunities for Los Angeles-based small businesses to connect with people with disabilities. The Consortium is comprised of: L.A. Metro HCC, Integrated Recovery Network, Homeboy Industries, logo ADD US INSouth Bay Workforce Investment Board, Partnering with L.A. Gay and Lesbian Center and The Measurement Group. We are part of a nation-wide effort called Add Us In, initiated by Assistant Secretary of Labor Kathleen Martinez.

 

 

 

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Bill Vela at bvela@chamberla.org
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DE ABAJO ARRIBA

Estrategia para el desarrollo económico de areas marginados con pobreza extrema en América Latina

Las Cámaras Hispanas Metro de Comercio Los Angeles ha creado programas e iniciativas de desarrollo comunitario a ser ejecutado por organizaciones voluntarias privadas (PVO) locales, el empresariado y organizaciones institucionales en Central y Suramérica. Coordinado por un grupo, llamado Consorcio, interconectará con las comunidades locales, empresas y gobiernos para ayudar y facilitar programas a través de un proceso para resolver y aliviar las necesidades locales en zonas marginadas identificadas con altos niveles de pobreza, violencia y migración, dicho proceso, a través de una variedad de programas está orientado a ayudar a las comunidades marginadas, apoyado y financiado por agencias, fundaciones y grupos privados (las agencias).

El consorcio trabajara para asegurar que la comunidad, los PVO binacionales y las ONG se fortalezcan, sean eficaces capaces para prestar servicios que son críticos para la sostenibilidad del desarrollo de la región a la que pertenecen.

En sociedad con ONGS en la región del proyecto, el Consorcio podrá lograr atraer ONGs binacionales en US para que participen en el dar logo BLUdesarrollo de iniciativas que beneficien a ambos, el área marginada con pobreza extrema y ayuden al avance económico y reducir la discriminación social de las comunidades en América Latina

El programa es “Ingeniería Reversa” del clásico proceso de uso de recursos y subsidios y va un paso más allá que el Programa de Desarrollo del Banco Mundial (CDD) que implementa en situaciones de fragilidad en regiones afectadas por conflictos.

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BOTTOM UP

Strategy for Economic Development of Marginalized and Extreme Poverty Areas in Latin America

he Los Angeles Metropolitan Hispanic Chambers of Commerce has created community development programs and initiatives to be executed by local Private Voluntary Organization (PVO), Trade and Institutional Organizations in Central and South America, coordinated by a group whereby named Consortium which will interface with the local communities, businesses and governments to help and facilitate said programs through a Process to resolve and alleviate local needs in marginalized areas identified with high levels of poverty, violence and migration.

The Process, through a range of programs is aimed to help marginalized communities, supported and funded by government Agencies, dar logo eng smallfoundations and private groups (The Agencies). The Consortium is to work of ensuring that community and bi-national PVO’s and NGOs are strong, effective, and capable of delivering services that are critical to sustainable development of the regions they are part of.

In partnership with local NGOs in the region of the project, the Consortium stand to be successful in attracting bi-national NGOs in US to participate with the developing of the initiatives in Guatemala that benefit both the marginal and most poverty stricken regions and help to  advance the economic and social discrimination of the Guatemalan communities in US.

The program is a “Reverse Engineering” from the classic grant and funding approach but goes a step further than the World Bank Community-driven development (CDD) Programs implemented in fragile and conflict-affected situations.

For information on this Program, please contact the chamber at ..chamber@chamberla.org..