Sitios web dedicada al desarrollo del sector empresarial y fortalecimiento deltejido productivo
El CDDE agrupa a muchas de las agencias financiadoras e intergubernamentales que trabajan en el alivio sostenible de la pobreza mediante el desarrollo del ‘sector privado’, referido a aquellas pequeñas y medianas empresas que proveen la mayor parte del empleo y la prosperidad en todo el mundo.
You will find here information from hundreds of agencies, working all over the world; we welcome additional contributions.
EEP members advance the microenterprise development industry by collaborating and exchanging knowledge within our three intersecting Communities of Practice: Enterprise Development, Association Development, and Financial Services. In this comprehensive learning framework, SEEP members address their toughest challenges and most promising opportunities.
El Portal de Microfinanzas es una herramienta electrónica que les mantendrá informados sobre las últimas tendencias del sector de microfinanzas y el desarrollo de micro, pequeñas y medianas empresas (MIPYMEs).
We are a community of change-makers. SEA members answer "Why do you do what you do? wdydwyd? is a social-media meme that you can do in your community. See more. Who we are The Social Enterprise Alliance (SEA) is the leading membership organization in North America for social enterprises, service providers, nonprofit organizations, corporations, and venture capitalists that is actively building the field of social enterprise through networking opportunities, educational forums, strategic partnerships, and impact legislation. Our members are passionate about changing their communities, and we are passionate about providing them with the tools they need to continue their good work.
microLINKS is a knowledge-sharing family of applications and tools designed to improve the impact of USAID microenterprise programs and activities. microLINKS gives you access to the latest information on microenterprise; best practices; proven approaches from USAID Missions, partners, and practitioners; a library of documents, reports, and tools; and an environment that supports and enriches communities of practice.
Mercy Corps helps people turn the crises they confront into the opportunities they deserve. Driven by local needs, our programs provide communities in the world’s toughest places with the tools and support they need to transform their own lives. Our worldwide team in 36 countries is improving the lives of 19 million people.