The Association for the Development of the Alagón Valley (ADESVAL) is a non-profit organisation created in 1994 for the development of the region of the Alagón Valley. It comprises 27 municipalities in the Alagón Valley, companies, cooperatives, associations, and individual partners, all stakeholders in the territory, which has around 38,910 inhabitants.
ADESVAL has managed the LEADER II, LEADER PLUS, ENFOQUE LEADER programmes and several project programmes on a regional, national and community scale. It has also taken part in several INTERREG projects, both SUDOE and POCTEP.
In the ADAPTACLIMA II projects, in addition to participating in the joint coordination and action meetings, ADESVAL will coordinate a capitalisation group focusing on training and awareness-raising aimed particularly at children and young people.