Jan 2013
Author(s): Inter American Development Bank
The Caja de Compensación Familiar de Antioquia, Comfama, is part of a national Colombian network of private, non-profit entities funded by a 4% public and private sector payroll contribution with a…
Jan 2013
Author(s): Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo
La Caja de Compensación Familiar de Antioquia, Comfama, es parte de una red colombiana de entidades sin fines de lucro financiadas por un 4% de contribución de la nómina del sector público y privado…
Jan 2013
Author(s): Inter American Development Bank
Banco Agrícola S.A., established in 1955, is the largest bank in El Salvador providing retail and banking services. As part of its business strategy, Banco Agrícola will expand its portfolio with the…
Jan 2013
Author(s): Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo
El Banco Agrícola S.A., establecido en 1955, es el banco más grande de El Salvador. Proporciona servicios bancarios y al por menor. Como parte de su estrategia de negocios, Banco Agrícola ampliará su…
Jan 2012
Author(s): Inter American Development Bank
Financiación Social (Social Financing or FS), an EPM program, provides accessible credit to those at the base of the pyramid. The program leverages EPM's business platform to assess credit risk…
Jan 2012
Author(s): Inter American Development Bank
Credit is the boost small and medium enterprises in Latin America need most. It gives companies that anchor distribution chains the opportunity to integrate small producers into the formal economy.…
Jan 2011
Author(s): Inter American Development Bank
Almost half the population in rural El Salvador has no readily available drinking water. People dig wells, carry water from streams, or buy it at considerable expense from cistern trucks. Some…
Jan 2011
Author(s): Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo
Casi la mitad de la población rural de El Salvador no tiene acceso directo a agua potable. La gente cava pozos, trae agua de los arroyos o compra agua de camiones cisterna a un costo considerable.…
Jan 2011
Author(s): Inter American Development Bank
Up to seven million low-income Central Americans live without power, largely because of the expense of extending the grid to rural areas. Many people burn kerosene, candles or wood, which can affect…
Jan 2011
Author(s): Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo
Alrededor de siete millones de centroamericanos de bajos ingresos viven sin electricidad debido al costo de ampliación de la red a zonas rurales. Muchas personas queman kerosene, velas o madera, que…
Jan 2010
Author(s): Inter American Development Bank
In most cultures around the world, municipal markets are popular places for starting up small businesses. An entrepreneur can set up a stall with very low overhead costs, and sell anything from food…
Jan 2010
Author(s): Inter American Development Bank
Empresas Públicas de Medellín has experienced more than a half-century of solid financial growth and market expansion, becoming the second largest provider of electricity in Colombia as well as a…
Jan 2010
Author(s): Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo
Empresas Públicas de Medellín ha experimentado más de medio siglo de sólido crecimiento financiero y expansión de mercados para convertirse en el segundo principal abastecedor de electricidad en…