Non-Conventional Collaterals to Leverage Innovation Capital for Smallholder Farmers In Bolivia
Non-Conventional Collaterals to Leverage Innovation Capital for Smallholder Farmers In Bolivia

Non-Conventional Collaterals to Leverage Innovation Capital for Smallholder Farmers In Bolivia

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In March 2018, CIDRE IFD and MEDA signed the agreement for the execution of the project “Non-conventional collaterals to leverage innovation capital for smallholder farmers in Bolivia”. The purpose of the project is to develop, validate and standardize the registration, valuation and monitoring of the assets that have small rural producers and that can be considered and used as non-conventional collateral, as provided by the Bolivian Law 393 on Financial Services. The project has four main components aimed at achieving the stated objective, the fourth and last components are captured in this report: summarize the implementation process and synthesize the results generated during the pilot.