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The following document provides inputs to realize a workshop on perspectives and scenarios.

The Local Economic Development Agencies (LEDAs) are legal, no profit structures, owned by the public and private entities of the territory. Through the LEDA the local actors plan and activate, in a shared way, initiatives...

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The decentralization of functions from central government to local administrative levels is the basis for a sound policy to encourage the production of wealth and the active participation of people in the development of a country.

The document contains a brief description of what ILS LEDA does, the main characteristics of developing countries where ILS LEDA works, and the ILS LEDA approach for development, including an example about the LEDAs experience in Colombia.

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