The project seeks to facilitate the financial inclusion of the migrant population in Chile and Peru. It will do so by supporting the expansion of Migrante SF (MSF), a platform for credit and other digital financial services that offers products focused on migrants and adapted to their needs. It has a strong emphasis on financing agents of the "gig-economy" --a sector in which employment opportunities and income generation are opening up for migrants-- supporting them in the purchase of productive assets (such as, motorcycles and vehicles). It also offers housing rental guarantees, loans to individuals for revalidation of titles, and insurance. The company operates in Chile and is expanding to Peru.
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**Project contacts not available at the time of disclosure.**
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