Generate representative statistics disaggregated by race and ethnicity—reflecting the current situation of Afro-descendants, indigenous peoples and other vulnerable populations—to identify socioeconomic gaps and develop inclusive public policies.
The Bank promotes the social and economic inclusion of people with disabilities through a strategic array of initiatives aligned with the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
The Bank works with indigenous communities to co-design projects and policies and facilitate dialogue between indigenous governance structures and national governments, based on an understanding of and respect for indigenous cultures and local context.
The Bank works to address African descendants’ exclusion due to origin, racial, or ethnic status. Lines of action include economic empowerment, identification of racial gaps through data collection and harmonization and policy development at the national and sub-national levels.
The Bank´s work focuses on gathering data, identifying evidence-based and promising approaches to LGTBQ+ inclusion, as well as providing training and developing tools that help establish a solid foundation for future operational work.