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How Providers Can Build Products That Improve Financial Health: Examples From Mexico and Chile

This paper shares the key challenges, learnings, and overall results from five case studies in Chile and Mexico, uncovering best practices on how to design for and influence financial health.

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Catalyzing Inclusive Financial Systems: Chile’s Commitment to Women’s Data

Valuable lessons on collecting and using sex-disaggregated data in the financial sector
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Promoting Social Inclusion of the Extreme Poor at Scale: Evidence from Developing Countries

Alleviating extreme poverty through social inclusion programs
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Cash Transfers and Gendered Risks and Vulnerabilities: Lessons from Latin America

Identifying the impact of conditional cash transfers on women’s empowerment
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Microfinance in Latin America: The Leadership of WSBI Members

The report highlights the involvement of World Savings Bank Institute's members in microfinance.
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Microfinance Impact in Chile: A Tale of Two Cooperatives

Studying the impact of MFIs
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Access to Finance by Chilean Corporations

Is lack of access to adequate sources of financing an obstacle to SME growth in Chile?
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Making Sense of the Commercialization of Microfinance in Latin America: Lessons for Nicaragua

What could Nicaragua learn from the experience of its peers?
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Upgrading in Clusters and Value Chains in Latin America: The Role of Policies

What are the policy requirements to promote small and medium enterprises in Latin America?