Sixty-one percent

Por Esteban Morales

Creado en 19 de agosto de 2019

Tags: CEDLA Pobreza multidimensional Políticas públicas Superación de la pobreza

“61% of Bolivians still suffer from multidimensional poverty” was the provocative statement that announced the presentation of the book “Inequalities and Poverty in Bolivia: A multidimensional perspective”, produced by CEDLA and signed by Silvia Escóbar, Walter Arte...


Explaining the thing with cartoons

Por Esteban Morales

Creado en 14 de agosto de 2019

Tags: Intención de voto Elecciones presidenciales 2019 Tendencia electoral Bolivia

Less than three months after the general elections of October 20, the government programs proposed by the 9 parties registered for the contest begin to be known and discussed. Last week we analyzed the results of the CiesMori survey, to give us an idea of the relative...


Ciesmori survey and a dark panorama

Por Esteban Morales

Creado en 7 de agosto de 2019

Tags: Encuestas Cies-Mori Intención de voto Elecciones presidenciales 2019

As everyone probably knows, Cies-Mori (merger of Equipo Mori and Cies International) has just published the results of its electoral survey, whose methodology, scope, limitations and possible manipulations do not interest me to discuss, for the simple and simple reason of the lack of evidence. As...


The experience of "Community Treatment" in El Alto city

Por Marco Antonio Villarroel Peña

Creado en 4 de julio de 2019

Tags: Tratamiento comunitario ECO2 Munasim Kullakita vulnerabilidad marginalidad exclusión NNA violencia sexual comercial

Photograph taken in one of the rooms of the "House of Tenderness", a place where Munasim Kullakita Foundation provides housing for young women over 18 years, who managed to get out of the dynamic of commercial sexual violence, where they continue their process.

 


Freedom vs. poverty

Por Marco Villarroel es economista, especialista en preparación, monitoreo y evaluación de programas y proyectos de impacto social.

Creado en 13 de mayo de 2019

Tags: Inversión descentralización Pobreza Amartya Sen Desarrollo y libertad

Amartya Sen, Indian economist who won the Nobel prize for economics in 1998, a year later, in 1999, published his book "Development as Freedom", in which he expressed: "... development can be conceived (...) as a process of expansion of the real freedoms enjoyed by in...


Disasters natural be mitigated by nature itself

Por Pablo Fernández Wieler es economista y especialista en planificación estratégica. Responsable del área de Generación de Negocios en Gerenssa

Creado en 8 de abril de 2019

Tags: gerenssa medio ambiente mitigación desastres naturales

Several years ago, when I was talking with a friend, I asked him where he was on February 19, 2002. He told me that in the office where we were occasionally working. The office was located in the neighborhood of La Paz Bolivia, from where he saw how the streets became...


THE GERENSSA BLOG

Por blog

Creado en 18 de octubre de 2018

Tags: blog gerenssa

Gerenssa opens a space for conversation about development and its challenges.

We consider the work carried out by Gerenssa as the effort of an actor that contributes to the development process in the country and in the region.

The research and studies we carry out are not only aimed at responding to the requirements of the terms of reference or signed contracts. Ou...





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