Fundación Capital
Created in 2009, Fundación Capital is a non-profit social enterprise whose objective is to promote sustainable economic citizenship globally and at scale through a system change approach. It works in three main ecosystems: Financial Health; Income, Jobs and Livelihoods; and Natural Capital, relying on the use of technology, data science, and implementing a transformative gender approach. Guided by the belief in a more inclusive world, where the systems that surround people living in poverty must be more receptive to their real aspirations, challenges and needs, Fundación Capital works to promote systemic changes, transform the existing balance to enable equity, and help ensure that all people have the opportunity to reach their full potential and exercise full economic citizenship. Thanks to the generation of alliances with governments, donors, financial institutions, and other actors, it has improved the financial capacities and livelihoods of more than 7 million people, in 19 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, Africa, and Asia.


Fundación Capital is a not for profit social enterprise that promotes systemic changes aimed at triggering sustainable Economic Citizenship. Since 2009, our efforts aim at pushing forth equality to ensure that individuals, especially women and youth, find the opportunities to attain their human potential so as to fully exert their economic citizenship. 

The implementation of a systemic perspective that tackles the causes – and not the symptoms – of the challenges that the poor households of today’s world face, requires a constant collaboration among the diversity of actors that conform the ecosystem, such as governments, donors, enterprises and financial institutions, among others. Working within multi-stakeholder partnerships has permitted us to reach 7 million people in 19 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, Africa and Asia.

Yves Moury

CEO, Fundación Capital

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Case Study / August 2020
Café Paga Ecosystem: Case Learnings

This case study explores an electronic payment project targeting coffee producers who are excluded from access to formal financial products in rural areas of Colombia and Mexico.

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Insights From the Digital Journey of a Woman Entrepreneur in Peru
In Peru, enterprises with five or fewer employees constitute around 95% of all businesses, so they are key drivers of the economy. However, productive enterprises such as Nora’s are still struggling to consolidate themselves as engines of growth and job creation, as their informality causes or increases a wide range of needs that present difficulties for their full development. In this article we’ll highlight some key initial findings from a study under the DigitAll project, and discuss their relevance to Nora and other microentrepreneurs like her.
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