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Case Updates

MICI-BID-CR-2017-0127- Reventazon Hydroelectric Power Project (Costa Rica) – New Complaint Received.

On October 19, 2017 MICI received a new complaint related to the "Reventazon Hydroelectric Power Project" (CR-L1049). On October 26, MICI notified the complainants about the closure of the administrative process as one of the exclusions established in paragraph 19 of the MICI Policy applied. For more information, see the registry file.

MICI-PE-2015-0094- Rural Land Titling & Registration Project in Peru - Third Phase - (PE-L1026) – Consultation Phase Report Published.

On October 23, 2017, MICI published the Consultation Phase Report. The report highlights the results of the Consultation Phase, among them the agreements and the Follow-up Plan to monitor the compliance of the agreements. For more information, please access the registry file.

MICI-PE-2015-0094- Rural Land Titling & Registration Project in Peru - (PE-L1026) – Agreement signed by the Parties.

On August 16 and 17, 2017, after months of conversations, the Parties reached a successful agreement at a workshop facilitated by MICI. During the workshop, the Inter-Ethnic Association for the Development of the Peruvian Rainforest (AIDESEP), the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) and the Execution Unit for Sectorial Proyect Management (MINAGRI) agreed on the progress made on the 2016 commitments and a follow-up plan for the pending actions.

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MICI’S TEAM CONSOLIDATES

In the past months MICI has undergone various changes, saying goodbye to some members and welcoming others.

Mentoring as a way of improving lives

To share her experience, both in the professional arena and in her personal life, Victoria Márquez-Mees Director of MICI was invited as a panelist to the event: “Advise I would give to my younger self”, which was organized by the Human Resource Department of the IDB Group as part of their Mentoring Program in which she has been participating as Mentor.

MICI Takes Part in a Virtual Forum

(Nov 1, 2017) As a guest participant of the Virtual Forum “Multilateral Banks: a Motor for Development?”, Victoria Marquez-Mees, Director of MICI, talked about what brings solidity to an accountability mechanism within the attributions of its mandate, and the role it plays in the Region’s development, as well as the challenges it faces, especially in relation to PPP operations. The Forum congregated members of civil society from different parts of the world and was organized by a number of organizations amongst which are: Asociación Ambiente y Sociedad, Coalición Regional por la Transparencia and the journalistic platform CONNECTAS.

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