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What are Green jobs? According to the International Labour Organization (ILO) these are jobs that “help to reduce negative environmental impact ultimately leading to environmentally, economically and socially sustainable enterprises and economies; more precisely, green jobs are decent jobs that reduce consumption of energy and raw materials; limit greenhouse gas emissions; minimize waste and pollution; and protect and restore ecosystems”

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  • 1. Definition ILO: Local Economic Development is a strategy for employment promotion through micro and small enterprise development, support of social dialogue and development planning. At the center of the approach is the creation of public-private partnerships that bring together stakeholders in the local economy. Based on the rational use of local capacities and resources, the stakeholders will define common priorities for the development of their region taking into account the social and environmental contexts. The partnership can be developed in a forum or institutionalized in a Local Economic Development Agency (LEDA). This will reinforce the capacities to raise public awareness on the development needs of the region and to establish linkages at the national and international level.
  • 2. From a local and national priority to a south-south exchange 1. Territorial priority: Identified in the guidelines supported by ART 2. National plan: STP, in the framework of the marine coastal strip development plan, asked support from ART 6. Institutionalization: By the Government (STP), sustainability of the mechanisms 5. Continuity: After the technical visit to DR, exchanges were permanent between both countries, to adapt the experience to El Salvador 3. Facilitation framework: ART represented a south south cooperation platform 4. Mutual interest: Impact of LEDAs in Dominican Republic, and interest at national and local level to share their experience
  • 3. - Territorial Impact : LEDAS allowed the dinamization of the LED of 6 provincies, with xxxx beneficiaries in total - National Network: Built with a political and technical coordination and management structure for initiatives and projects in LED in 6 provinces of the country, wth partners at the national and international level -Ownership by the National Government: LEDAS are recognized by the Direction of planification and territorial development (DGODT), Ministry of Economy, Planification and Development, as an instrument of support to enterprises, population and municipalities and as partners for the implementation of Territorial Development Councils
  • 4. 6 LEDA VALVERDE DAJABON SANCHEZ RAMIREZ MONTEPLATA EL SEIBO BAHORUCO Red ADELDOM
  • 5.  National Level Know public policies and Government position on LED and LEDAs  Local Level Visit different LEDAs, and some of their members and services
  • 6. POLITICAL MANAGEMENT POTENTIAL MEMBERS PROMOTION Publico-private Identification of members GENERAL ASSEMBLY STATUS Requirements and documentation ASSEMBLY OF CONSTITUTION Definition criteria of membership ORGANIZATION PROFILE Conformation and capacitation Assembly LEGALIZATION OF THE ORGANIZATION CONFORMATION MOTOR GROUP PLANIFICATION Exchanges tour PUBLIC PRIVATE MECHANISM
  • 7.  ADEL The Union will contribute to turn the department of La Union in a reference center of development in the coastal marine band El Salvador  Connect to knowledge networks and national and international cooperation to achieve economic and social development of the Union.
  • 8. Public Sector Civil Society Private sector •11 Local governments •1 Governance • 160 organizations (ADESCOS, Water Committees, Environmen tal Committees) • 1 GNO • 1 University •114 Enterprises. •13 Touristic Committees, 260 touristic SMEs •879 Stakeholders
  • 9. MINEC MITUR CONAMYPE MAG VMSE ADEL STP Link and coordinate the work of LEDA with entities and public policies at the national level
  • 10. Facilitating knowledge production and sharing among actors in the territory, and the meeting between needs and solutions, while optimizing the interventions Revitalizing the socio-economic activity, by monitoring the status of the territorial production, potential, constraints and opportunities of market positioning; by informing, sensitizing, alerting, and making recommendations to employers and other actors on the necessary changes Administrating CDMYPE (departmental services center for the micro and small enterprises) attributed by the Ministry of Economy Offering formation to local actors on LED within the framework of a project from the IBD
  • 11. SSC allows not only knowledge sharing on a technical way, but also advances on political ownership of a process UNDP ART is an efficient platform to facilitate south-south cooperation, identifying good practices, connecting countries and territories, articulating with national and international processes The Regional Center of Panama is a key support to SSC, promoting exchanges, offering solutions, and reinforcing quality
  • 12. On behalf of the 21,450 beneficiaries of LEDA La Union adel.launion@hotmail.com