The BBVAMF serves 17,500 vulnerable entrepreneurs in Panama

Event Details

11 September 2018


Calle 50 and Aquilino de la Guardia, Ciudad de Panamá (Panamá)
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The BBVA Microfinance Foundation presents its 2017 Social Performance results and outcomes in a report entitled “Measuring what really matters” in Panama, where 17,500 vulnerable people are being served by the institution.

Gissele De Domínguez, president of the board of directors of the BBVAMF’s panamanian MFI, Microserfin, inaugurates this event, where the main feature are the data and indicators that describe entrepreneurs’ progress.

Stephanie García Van Gool, director for BBVAMF’s Impact Assessment, detailedly describes the Foundation’s outcomes in the country.

Two Microserfin entrepreneurs will explain how they were able to improve their lives, as well as the lives of their families thanks their effort and the institution’s support.

AMPYME (Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Authority) minister, María Celia Dopeso, will close the event.