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Sep. 19. 2014

Short documentaries about financial education in Bolivia.

Five videos with financial education topics were filmed in the city of El Alto.

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Sep. 8. 2014

Co-creating a Video Game with young people in Brazil.

The Renda Melhor Jovem program uses video games to provide financial education to young people.

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Aug. 29. 2014

“I had three daily moneylenders…I had to borrow from one to pay another”

Doña Luz, a participant in the Producing for My Future project shares her story of credit, savings and entrepreneurship

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Aug. 21. 2014

Social Innovation: the breakthrough we need?

More than a trend, integrating business innovation with social causes is changing the way development works

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Aug. 8. 2014

How savings groups are transforming rural banking

Avoiding debt empowers low-income families to improve their financial future.

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Jul. 30. 2014

Global Perspective: Paraguay

Partnerships key a big push for financial inclusion in Paraguay

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Jul. 24. 2014

How the extreme poor define their own way out of poverty

Meet Greta Palma, whose story proves that with the right opportunity, the extreme poor control their own destinies.

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Jul. 16. 2014

Photo Gallery: The Graduation Program in Colombia & Brazil

Documenting the Graduation Program's comprehensive approach to poverty alleviation for the most vulnerable

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Jul. 9. 2014

What’s behind Colombia’s Entrepreneurship Boom?

A new kind of business model is taking off in Colombia, thanks to new ideas, new technologies, and a new state of mind

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Jun. 27. 2014

Learning through the eyes of community

Developing financial inclusion programs that work is above all an act of listening, not imposition.

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May. 27. 2014

What’s the best technology for the poor?

Why low-income communities should be getting the latest - not the leftovers - when it comes to technology that can improve their lives.