Jan 2014
Author(s): Inter American Development Bank
More than two-thirds of BOP Salvadorian homeowners lack access to financing to finish construction, make repairs, connect to basic services, or formalize their tenure. Many live in unhealthy and…
Jan 2014
Author(s): Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo
Más de dos tercios de los propietarios de vivienda en El Salvador que viven en casas con necesidad de reparación carecen de acceso a financiamiento para concluir la construcción, efectuar mejoras,…
Jan 2012
Author(s): Inter American Development Bank
Low-income and self-employed Nicaraguans face two serious obstacles when looking to buy a home: a shortage of affordable housing, and difficulty in obtaining a mortgage.An innovative model is…
Jan 2012
Author(s): Inter American Development Bank
Large numbers of Nicaraguans have moved to urban areas over the past thirty years, building rough houses in spontaneous neighborhoods that lack roads, water, sanitation and energy. Nicaragua's…
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
El Salvador has developed a unique and sustainable financial business model that enables low-income consumers to improve and expand their homes by mobilizing resources from both the public and…
Jan 2010
Author(s): Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo
El Salvador ha creado un modelo de negocio financiero original y sostenible que permite al consumidor de bajos ingresos mejorar y ampliar una casa ya existente, movilizando recursos de los sectores…