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"El acceso a los servicios financieros ha marcado históricamente diferencia entre hombres y mujeres, sin embargo estudios reflejan que las mujeres tienen mayor índice de pago"

Irene Moreira
Ministra de Vivienda y Ordenamiento Territorial - Uruguay 

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Instrumentos para impulsar el financiamiento de la vivienda con enfoque de género en América Latina y el Caribe

A pesar los avances en el acceso a vivienda de las últimas décadas en América Latina y el Caribe, las mujeres enfrentan mayores barreras que los hombres para conseguir alternativas de financiamiento que les permita adquirir una casa propia.

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Irene Campos, Ministerio de Vivienda y Asentamientos Humanos de CostaRica

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Michelle Sol, Ministerio de Vivienda y Desarrollo Urbano de El Salvador

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What are the LAVs?

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They are workshops where the research and practice of different sectors (public, private, social, academic, among others) and scales (subnational, national, regional) converge to discuss and analyze knowledge and experiences regarding issues related to housing and habitat in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC). The LAVs are based on the demands of the actors and informed by the global agendas, and aim to bring together actors, generate shared visions and align effort for action and research, to face urban challenges and move towards sustainable development in the region.

Goals

  1. Generate critical mass to guide the region towards sustainable development based on housing and habitat.
  2. Develop alternatives on specific housing and habitat issues in the region.
  3. Exchange practices, opportunities and approaches to transfer, scale and enrich initiatives in housing and habitat issues in the region.
  4. Examine practices and approaches to enrich and guide research and action lines.