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March 2, 2015

¡Bienvenidos a la nueva página web del FOMIN! Hoy cambiamos nuestra imagen. Un nuevo para los miles de visitantes, de la región y de todo el mundo, que quieren conocer modelos innovadores del sector privado para el desarrollo de América Latina y el Caribe. ¿Te gustó? ¡Queremos saber tu opinión!

Feb, 28 2015

3, 2, 1… Welcome to the new MIF website

Georg Neumann

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Feb, 26 2015

Microseguros en Latinoamérica ¿Dónde estamos y hacia dónde vamos?

Sarah Ebrahimi

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Feb, 18 2015

La innovación social: una vía para el desarrollo

Cesar Buenadicha

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Feb, 5 2015

The MIF in Jamaica: Small businesses, small country, small projects... large impact

Winsome Leslie

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Feb, 4 2015

Toward a smarter generation of public-private partnerships

David Bloomgarden

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Jan, 27 2015

Little Corn Island, la isla caribeña donde habrá cero bolsas de plástico

Griselda Soto Bravo

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The MIF partnered with the Rainforest Alliance to implement a pioneering pilot effort to mitigate emissions of CO2 in a 717,000-hectare area in the Mayan Biosphere Reserve.

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