Ibero-American and Caribbean Forum of Best Practices
Foro Iberoamericano y del Caribe de Mejores Practicas
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1997. Also referred to as Ibero-American and Caribbean Best Practices Forum - Human Settlements for a More Sustainable Future.
Increase citizen participation in focusing of human settlement policy.
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Regional arm of UN-HABITAT Best Practices and Local Leadership Programme in Latin America. Sub-regional Nodes (4): Centro de la Vivienda y Estudios Urbanos (CENVI) - Mexico and Central America; Brazilian Institute for Municipal Administration (IBAM); El Agora - Southern Cone of South America sub-region; Fundación Habitat Colombia (FHC) - Andean countries. Focal points (4): Costa Rica; El Salvador; Bolivia; Chile.
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