In May 2007, Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria, S.A. (BBVA) set up the non-profit organization, BBVA Microfinance Foundation (BBVAMF), for the purpose of promoting sustainable and inclusive economic and social development for people under vulnerable conditions by using Productive Finance, the Foundation’s own specialty and methodology. In more than 10 years …
We work with Friendship Bridge to reach microentrepreneurs in Guatemala. Friendship Bridge has branch offices all over Guatemala, from Lake Atitlan to Huehuetenango and beyond. In addition to microloans, Friendship Bridge staff in the field administer adult education and health services to the clients they serve.
La Asociacion Salvadoreña de Extensionistas Empresariales del INCAE (ASEI)
ASEI is an institution providing multiple financial and non-financial products for the microenterprise sector, mostly poor and enterprising women, in order to improve their family’s living conditions, income level, and business development. ASEI is also committed to seeking the economic sustainability of ASEI and its employees.
Fondo Esperanza SpA (Fondo Esperanza) was set up by the BBVA Microfinance Foundation and the Hogar de Cristo Foundation for Charity, Help and Hope [Fundación de Beneficencia, Ayuda y Esperanza] in 2011. This social development institution is dedicated to supporting vulnerable entrepreneurs. As well as financial services, it provides training …
Microfinance Solutions. S.A. (Microserfin), a member of the BBVA Microfinance Foundation, has a mission to improve the lives of low-income entrepreneurs and their families. For two decades, Microserfin has built a significant trajectory in the microfinance environment, becoming the first Panamanian entity leading the financial inclusion of small entrepreneurs through …
Over a 23-year history, Pro Mujer has disbursed more than US $1 billion dollars in small loans that averaged $448 at the end of 2013. In addition to financial services, such as savings, loans and insurance, Pro Mujer has provided business and empowerment training, preventive health education and primary healthcare …
Oromia Credit and Saving Share Company
Oromia Credit and Saving Share Company (OCSSCO) is a registered and licensed microfinance institution operating in Oromia National Regional State of Ethiopia. Primarily it aims to provide credit at an affordable rate, savings which provide depositors with a return, and increasingly general full micro-banking services in key large towns.
Microfin was founded in 2006 by two Uruguayan businessmen who saw a need for microcredit and the desire to build an organization focused on microcredit and financial inclusion. Microfin has an innovative service delivery model leveraging distribution channels to reach the rural interior part of the country with the highest …
Corporación Microcrédito AVAL
We work with Corporación Microcrédito AVAL in Colombia. Corporación Microcrédito AVAL was established as a nonprofit organization in May 2010 between the Fundación Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo and Grameen Trust. It was developed as a Social Business whose vision is to make a change and eradicate poverty in their borrowers …
Fundación Paraguaya (FP) is a financially solid, well-managed social enterprise based in Asunción, Paraguay, whose mission is to develop innovative solutions to poverty and unemployment in Paraguay and proactively disseminate them around the world.
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