Launched in 1986, Ibero-American Development Corporation renovates and manages buildings and affordable homes in Rochester. Projects include the Eugenio Maria de Hostos Charter School and El Camino Estates, an affordable rental project with 25 units for low-income people with disabilities. The CDC is an affiliate of IBERO American Action League (IBERO), a nonprofit established in 1968 to support the development of Rochester’s Latino population. IBERO now aims to teach individuals of all backgrounds how to become self-sufficient and is the only dual-language nonprofit in Rochester, offering all of its services in Spanish and English. In addition to providing early childhood, youth, family support, and developmental disabilities services, IBERO offers an entrepreneurial assistance program for people interested in developing small businesses and supports existing businesses and organizations aiming to expand into the Latino market.