About the Publication
Family farming is the main form of agriculture in Mexico. Access to suitable capital for this, however, is one of the major obstacles to its growth of family farming in the country.
The Family Farming Financing Program (PROAF) successfully used local savings and credit cooperatives as a vehicle to channel loans to farmers. This case study looks at how the programme led to increased access to agricultural loans in communities with low financial inclusion in the country.
20 July 2020