Structured, cohesive, harmonious and up-to-date long-term urban & regional planning processes afford the community the opportunity to achieve improvements in its quality of life (QOL).
This initiative represents a key area for project design and implementation at FDI Pacífico, recognizing that stronger long-term local and regional planning, including articulating ongoing regional strategies, programs and projects, should result in progressively higher levels of development and environmental sustainability in the Pacific region, as well as in an improved quality of life for its peoples.
Thus, regional planning addresses and aims to steer political, economic, social, cultural, infrastructure, transportation, and environmental issues based on technical criteria and community participation, involving multiple community actors and stakeholders.
The Pacific region in Colombia is located in the country’s southwest, on the Pacific coast, to which it owes its name. It is comprised of the Departments of Cauca, Chocó, Nariño and Valle del Cauca, and borders with Panama to the north, with Ecuador to the south, with the Cordillera Occidental -Andes mountain range- to the east.
The region is characterized by its biodiversity and water wealth, as well as by the convergence of multiple ethnic groups and a privileged position on the Colombian Pacific Basin.
‘Matchmaker Workshop’ fue el taller realizado en el marco del Investor Forum 2016 en la ciudad de AmsterdamRead more
En reunión realizada por la FDI Pacífico, se presentaron los proyectos de infraestructura de transporte en el Valle del Cauca. Conózcalos aquí.Read more