Préstamos de aprendizaje e innovación LIL por su sigla inglesa Learning and Innovation Loan
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The learning and innovation loan (LIL) supports small pilot-type investment and capacity-building projects that, if successful, could lead to larger projects that would mainstream the learning and results of the LIL.
Special design features
LILs do not exceed $5 million, and are normally implemented over 2 to 3 years—a much shorter period than most Bank investment loans.All LILs include an effective monitoring and evaluation system to capture lessons learned.
When are LILs used?
LILs are used to test new approaches, often in start-up situations and with new borrowers. LILs may be used to build trust among stakeholders, test institutional capacity and pilot approaches in preparation for larger projects, support locally based development initiatives, and launch promising operations that require flexible planning, based on learning from initial results
Buscar ejemplos con datos sobre LIL en Colombia o asociados a manejos análogos a los de DENARIO
1. Document of The World Bank
- Report No: 22840-CO versión pdf
- PROJECT APPRAISAL DOCUMENT ON A PROPOSED LEARNING AND INNOVATION LOAN IN THE AMOUNT OF US$5.0 MILLION TO THE REPUBLIC OF COLOMBIA FOR THE SECOND MAGDALENA MEDIO REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
- September 20, 2001
- Environmentally and Socially Sustainable Development Sector Management Unit
- Colombia, Mexico and Venezuela Country Management Unit
- Latin America and Caribbean Region
- Public Disclosure Authorized
The Sierra Nevada Sustainable Development Project for Colombia uses a Learning and Innovation Loan (LIL) to develop and test a participatory methodology and operational mechanisms for promoting sustainable management of production and natural systems to be used in the Sierra Nevada region. There are three project components. The first component 1) designs the methodologies and operational mechanisms to be tested, improved, and adapted; 2) designs and implements a communications strategy to enhance awareness and generate support for conserving biodiversity and sustainable development; 3) supports study tours and visits, farmer exchanges, and workshops to promote exchange of knowledge and experience; 4) funds key studies and action-research to develop new information; and 5) finances the project's monitoring, evaluation, and learning system. The second component provides technical support to agencies coordinating a sustainable development plan; promotes a network of stakeholders; supports the consultation process between indigenous organizations, the parks unit, and peasants living inside the parks; and implements a strategic plan for strengthening the Foundation (the Strategic Development Plan for the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta). The third component is the core investment component. It consists of three inter-related sub-components implementing collaborative management plans; promoting a stewardship approach for protected areas; and operating a grant-giving fund.**