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Coca-Cola Foundation Mexico and Pro Mujer Join Forces to Support Women Entrepreneurs Affected by COVID-19

Mexico City, August 17, 2020.  Coca-Cola Foundation Mexico and Pro Mujer announce a new alliance to provide direct financial support and an educational program to thousands of women entrepreneurs in Mexico who have been adversely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.  The new program, funded by The Coca-Cola Foundation, will offer this support to women served…
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Deetken Impact Makes Landmark Investment in Pro Mujer Mexico to Scale its Services for Women

PRESS RELEASE: May 14, 2018 New York, NY — Pro Mujer, a mission-driven social enterprise focused on empowering women and their families in Latin America, announced today that its subsidiary, Pro Mujer Mexico SOFOM (Sociedad Financiera de Objeto Múltiple), has received $1 million USD in exchange for its issuance of preferred shares to Deetken Impact, a Canadian-based…
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Pro Mujer Named Beneficiary at Cannes Lions Festival

From a pool of over a million registered non-profits, our organization was selected for its impactful gender equality cause.   Every summer, the world’s most creative minds in advertising and communications gather on the French Riviera for the largest annual conference of its kind, the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity. The winners’ stage, usually…
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El Tribuno Newspaper Features Pro Mujer's Work in Argentina

José Morales Mauri, Country Director for Pro Mujer in Argentina, discusses with El Tribuno how Pro Mujer’s hollistic approach serves women’s entrepreneurial needs beyond the microcredits. The article highlights how Pro Mujer leverages the microcredit infrastructure to provide women with business training and preventive healthcare education. Read article >>
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"I've Survived Cervical Cancer"

In the latest issue of Global Health magazine, Joy Marini, Director of Corporate Contributions for Johnson & Johnson – a Pro Mujer partner since 2009 – blogs about how bundling microfinance with health services can save lives. Business Loan Saves Woman from Cervical Cancer September 20, 2011 “I’ve survived cervical cancer. I am here today because of the impact…
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Pro Mujer Examines the Hurdles Faced by Indigenous Women in Bolivia in ReVista: Harvard Review of Latin America

Gonzalo Alaiza, Country Director of Pro Mujer in Bolivia, examines the many hurdles faced by indigenous women who make up a disproportionate share of the country’s poor and lack easy and affordable access to its health system. “Development with a Woman’s Touch,” is an article that is part of a special Fall edition of ReVista: Harvard Review of Latin America focusing on…
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Naldi Delgado, Pro Mujer's Country Director in Peru and a "Responsible Leader"

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DNBBn7-RoB8] As part of the Universidad del Pacífico’s “Responsible Leaders” proyect, which features the diverse stories of outstanding alumni, Pro Mujer Country Director (Peru) Naldi Delgado talks about what inspires her to make positive changes in her community and how together, we can all make a difference in the world.
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