ALIARSE, together with strategic partners and expert staff, has encouraged, supported, and managed numerous private-public types of initiatives. These efforts meet a double purpose: to contribute to the country’s development in strategic areas, and to generate knowledge and promote good practices for the design and management of PPPDs.
Described below are the goals, partners, funding sources, targets, and results of these partnerships:
Integrating incentives to the Country Program for Carbon Neutrality to increase its ambitions, participation, and impacts within the public and private business sectors to enhance climate action in Costa Rica.
ALIARSE, BAC Credomatic, Banco Nacional, Chamber of Industry (Cámara de Industrias de Costa Rica), Coope Ande, Direction for Climate Change (Dirección de Cambio Climático), DIGECA, Ebi, INTEL, and Pozuelo.
Performing 5500 mammograms every year on 45- to 69-year-old-women, as well as minors who meet the clinical criteria for the exam, and reside in areas with geographical limitations, to achieve early detection of breast cancer, and thus contribute to empowering women about health self-care.
Social Security Fund (CCSS - Caja Costarricense de Seguro Social), Clínica Bíblica Hospital, Automercado, and ALIARSE.
To improve SMEs’ competitivity by strengthening their capacity for digital transformation to respond to new market opportunities.
Coocique, Mucap, Cargill, CoopeServidores, Coca-Cola, UCR, MEIC, MICITT, HP and ALIARSE
To improve the employability of unemployed adults, as well as young people, by strengthening and adapting their occupational profile (socio-emotional skills, mastery of the English language, technical skills), to generate increased employment opportunities for trained individuals.
Ministry of Work and Social Security (MTSS - Ministerio de Trabajo y Seguridad Social), Ministry of Education (MEP – Ministerio de Educación), Cinde, and ALIARSE.
To increase the volume and quality of recoverable waste collected in the country.
ALIARSE, Coca Cola FEMSA, Empaques Santa Ana, VICAL Group, Kimberly Clark, Health Ministry, and the Instituto de Fomento y Asesoría Municipal (IFAM - Institute for Municipal Advancement and Counseling).
Reduce water consumption in Educational Centers by providing technical training to detect and repair leaks and promote a cultural change among children and/or teenagers towards an optimal and rational use of drinking water.
Instituto Costarricense de Acueductos y Alcantarillados (AyA – National Institute for Water and Sanitation), ALIARSE, Ministry of Public Education (MEP) and Sistema Coca Cola.
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