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March 26, 2015

Un nuevo proyecto del FOMIN con la Fundación GSMA está apostando a tecnologías innovadoras para mejorar el acceso a #agua y #energía para comunidades pobres y vulnerables en toda la región. Conoce la tecnología y las alianzas que queremos formar en este nuevo proyecto:

Mar, 25 2015

Puntos de venta móviles prometen cambiar la industria de pagos en México, menos la comisión

Juan David Reyes

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Mar, 24 2015

El “Provi” creando oportunidades para jóvenes vulnerables

Ana Castillo Leska

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Mar, 23 2015

Are Japanese corporations lagging behind in inclusive business?

Masato Okumura

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Mar, 19 2015

Living for the sea: Restoring coral reefs on the Dominican coast


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Mar, 18 2015

Cash is cheaper

Fermín Vivanco

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Mar, 16 2015

Desde el Reino Unido a América Latina: Lecciones del primer bono de impacto social

Zachary Levey

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