Partnering for inclusive economic growthWe work with our partners to contribute to the communities’ economic and social development. Our programs are focused on education and capacity building, while ensuring diversity, equality and cultural preservation.
The AES Dominicana Foundation and The Trust for the Americas, an affiliate of the Organization of American States (OAS), have partnered for the “Strengthening Innovative Entrepreneurship” program to promote and incentivize local entrepreneurship in the municipalities of Boca Chica, Guayacanes, Quisqueya, Bancos de Arena and la Malena in the Dominican Republic.
To promote gender equality in the organization, AES Colombia hired 111 women for the construction of the Parque Castilla Solar project, to work in various technical, operational and administrative roles during the construction process.
The Cantos de Leitura Program included the implementation, renovations and adaptations of reading rooms in public schools, book donations and training for various educators on how to best use the reading rooms.
Power Grants are strategic investments aimed at local partner organizations supporting new or continued innovative growth initiatives that will make a long-lasting impact on the people and communities in the Dayton region.
By partnering and sharing knowledge with coffee and cocoa producers, AES Colombia is empowering local producers and improving community knowledge, skills, attitude, and motivation for the management of crops.
The renovation of the youth center in Galabovo is the biggest public-private partnership in the municipality.
AES Mujer has enabled the strengthening of the entrepreneurial culture and the consolidation of the entrepreneurial, competitive and productive skills of hundreds of Salvadoran women.
AES Puerto Rico and The Trust for the Americas implemented a program to train and strengthen the business skills of entrepreneurs or future entrepreneurs to develop or expand their small businesses.
Taking into account the precarious state of roads and bridges in the region, AES supports the maintenance of roads and bridges through a joint effort with local municipalities and leaders in the communities where we operate.
The Pulsar Program offers workshops to public technical schools and is focused on three pillars: entrepreneurship, sustainability and sustainable development goals, and energy.