Case Updates

MICI-BID-HA-2017-0114- Productive Infrastructure Program – Request II - Result of the Consultation Phase Assessment published.

On March 23, the assessment stage was initiated, with the objective of understanding the context of the request, the perspectives of the parties, collecting information and, finally, determining whether a dialogue between the interested parties would be feasible. On June 27, MICI determined that the complaint is eligible for the Consultation Phase.

MICI-BID-CR-2016-110 - “Reventazon Hydroelectric Power Project”, the Board of Executive Directors instructs not to proceed with the Compliance Review recommended by MICI.

On June 19, 2017 the Executive Board of Directors considered the Policy and Evaluation Committee (PEC) Chair Report on the Recommendation for conducting a Compliance Review and Terms of Reference regarding the “Reventazon Hydroelectric Power Project” presented by MICI on May 23, 2017.

BR-MICI006-2011- São José dos Campos Urban Structuring Program (Brazil) - Compliance Review Report published.

On June 19, 2017, the Board of Executive Directors of the Bank, in a meeting with the General Committee, considered the Compliance Review Report presented by MICI, regarding the “São José dos Campos Urban Structuring Program”.

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Other news

Students from Georgetown University and Queen Mary University join MICI’s team

In a continual effort to seek out new ideas and to make its team more diverse, MICI incorporated Mingbo Lyu and Axel Dávila as summer interns.

MICI incorporates new consultants to its team

MICI adds four new consultants to its team during the first semester of the year.

MICI participation in the panel Strengthening the Role of IAMs in Latin American Megaprojects.

On April 20, the MICI Director, Victoria Márquez-Mees, participated in the panel “Strengthening the role of IAMs in Latin American Megaprojects”, during which MICI’s work in the management of the complaint submitted by the Peruvian organization AIDESEP, in representation of indigenous communities of the Peruvian Amazon

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