- Fuerza Migrante
- Puente Ciudadano
- Programa Casa Refugiados, A.C (PCR)
- Society for Migrant Aid – Hebrew (in English Hebrew Migrants Aid Society- (HIAS)
Actions for the Financial Inclusion of Migrant Micro-entrepreneurs
Financial Inclusion Course for Micro-entrepreneur Migrants
Latin American Migrants and Returnees in Puebla
This training course emphasizes personal and business economics and finance principles. Through this support, the financial strengthening of the migrant micro-entrepreneur population is promoted through weekly classes. Our syllabus focuses on topics of savings, investment, debt, taxes, remittances, and inflation, with the goal of acquiring a culture and making better financial decisions. The sessions are four hours long, once a week for 8 weeks.
Services Offered in the Course
To migrants and returnees:
- Educate about the concept of micro-businesses, placing migrants as a critical element in their training process.
- Induction courses to identify skills and competencies for forming a micro-entrepreneur.
- Provide the necessary tools for micro-businesses to have adequate financial solidity that makes them sustainable in the long term.
- Participate in specialized consultancy processes where migrants receive training to financially strengthen their micro-business.
- Promote the savings culture of migrant and returning micro-entrepreneurs.
To governmental organizations (government offices):
- Raise awareness about the promotion of micro-business through financial education.
- Recognize the economic and social potential of migrants and returnees, to favor their impact on the economy and local development in host communities.
- Provide education and information to regulatory bodies and financial service providers on how to expand services to migrant and returnee micro-entrepreneurs.
Associations or non-profit organizations supporting migrants:
- Develop collaborative synergies to contribute to the strengthening of collective actions in the migrant sector they serve. Share information of interest to guide and support returning and migrant individuals.
- Establish formal alliances, through letters of understanding and/or agreements.
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Daniel Chávez Villegas
Economic and Financial Inclusion IDEAS-Mexico in Puebla
Elvia Ruiz Sánchez
Financial Inclusion Administration IDEAS-Mexico
For more information:
In Spanish: https://ideasnet.org/es/central-american-immigrants/
In English: https://ideasnet.org/
For more information about IDEAS International and IDEAS Mexico:
Dr. Carter Garber, Executive Director email@example.com
Office: 01-404-378-7544 · WhatsApp: 01-404-542-8868