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Aldo Miranda

Regional Operations Director

Mr. Miranda is a local governance, crime prevention, and decentralization expert with over 23 years of international development experience. He is the regional representative for RTI Central America, overseeing business development and project implementation in the Latin America region. Mr. Miranda's areas of expertise include public-private partnerships, public service decentralization, and local economic development. He currently serves as home office technical manager chief of party for the U.S. Agency for International Development-funded Crime and Violence Prevention Project in Guatemala (2010-2014). He recently served as chief of party for the U.S. Agency for International Development-funded Crime and Violence Prevention Project in El Salvador (2008-2010). He has previously served as interim chief of party for the Democratic Local Governance program in Guatemala and for the Strategic Alliances for Social Investment program in Nicaragua. He has provided short-time technical assistance on citizen participation in Bangladesh and Ecuador. Mr. Miranda also has experience in the management of private enterprises in the environmental, agricultural, and commercial sectors.

Education

BS, Civil Engineering, University of South Florida.

Latest Publications

Miranda, A. (2007). Challenges of decentralization and local development. Presented at XVII General Honduran Municipal Association (AMHON) National Assembly, LaCeiba, Honduras, April 26-28, 2007.
Miranda, A. (2004). The challenge: Improve coverage and quality of public services. Presented at Small Independent Public Service Providers Conference, World Bank-FISDL, panel member, San Salvador, El Salvador, November 29-30, 2004.
Miranda, A. (2004). Cadastre, tool for municipal strengthening and financial improvements. Presented at World Bank, EDDET and Infocentros, Electronic International Conference, discussion panel member, San Salvador, El Salvador, June 28, 2004.
Miranda, A. (2004). The pilot experience of Alliance for Economic Development Strategies in Acajutla Port, Sonsonate, El Salvador. Presented at FEMICA Economic Local Development Conference, “Who is Responsible for the Local Economic Development”, Guatemala, May 28, 2004.
Miranda, A. (2001). Modernization options for the municipal administration and finances and the integrated municipal finance system in El Salvador. Presented at XVII National Congress of Mayors, San Salvador, El Salvador, October, 2001.
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