Promoting Social Entrepreneurship in Latin America is a program aiming to reduce poverty and contribute to greater economic inclusion of vulnerable groups through social entrepreneurship.
To support the growing wave of social entrepreneurship, a group of leading organizations came together to accelerate the emergence and growth of social enterprises in Latin America. These efforts are carried out within the framework of the program "Promoting Social Entrepreneurship in Latin America". This strategic program provides social entrepreneurs with specific support at each stage of their development, including by providing funding through donations to help them focus full time on their project, developing skills to prepare for investment and achieve a systemic impact, and facilitating research and information exchange activities. To read more about the program, click here.
Phase I of the program was implemented from 2014 to 2018 in Central America and Latin America, with the exception of Brazil, and phase II is starting at the beginning of 2019.
Learn more about the impact of Phase I of Promoting Social Entrepreneurship in Latin America: download Impact Report.