AN AGENT OF CHANGE
The Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF) supports economic growth and poverty reduction in Latin America and the Caribbean through encouraging increased private investment and advancing private sector development. It works with the private sector to develop, finance, and execute innovative business models that benefit entrepreneurs and poor and low-income households; partners with a wide variety of institutions from the private, public and nonprofit sectors; evaluates results; and shares lessons learned.
The MIF is a laboratory for testing pioneering, market-based approaches to development, and an agent of change that seeks to broaden the reach and deepen the impact of its most successful interventions.
Poverty Reduction through Access
On the Ground and in Partnership
Results & Impact
An Agent of Systemic Change
Next Generation Projects
The MIF, funded by 39 donors, supports private sector-led development benefitting the poor and low-income households - their businesses, their farms, and their households. The aim is to give low-income populations the tools to boost their incomes: access to markets and the skills to compete in those markets, access to finance, and access to basic services, including green technology.
MIF strategic documents
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MIF LEADERSHIP & CONTACT
The MIF leadership team
Contact the MIF in your country
Download the MIF Booklet and learn about our 20 years of experience in private sector innovation.
Baixe o folheto do MIF em português
THE MIF HISTORY
Planting the seeds. A success story that started in 1993.
THE IDB Group
The Mulltilateral Investment Fund is a member of the IDB Group.
An Agent of Change
Contact the MIF
Stories of Change
Log-in Project Partners
Development Effectiveness Report
Project Status Reports
The FOMIN blog
Access to Finance
> Savings, Payments and Credits
> SME Finance
> Microfinance in Underserved and Frontier Markets
> Rural and Agricultural MSME Finance
> Responsible Microfinance
> Start-up and Early Stage Equity Funds
> Early Stage Entrepreneurs
Access to Markets and Capabilities
> Small Producers and High Value Agriculture Markets
> Regional Economic Development
> Value Chains
Access to Basic Services
> Basic Services
> Public Private Partnerships
> Natural Capital
> Clean and Efficient Energy
> Adaption to climate Change
Call for Proposals
Social Entrepreneurship Program