Partners

The Multilateral Investment Fund, member of the IDB Group, supports private sector-led development benefitting the poor - their businesses, their farms, and their households. It strives to provide low-income populations with tools to boost their incomes; which includes enabling their access to finance, to basic services, to markets, and to the capabilities needed to compete in those markets. Under the ProSavings framework, the MIF leads the implementation of the program and contributes as its main source of funding.
Established in 1959, the Inter-American Development Bank Group is the largest source of development financing for Latin America and the Caribbean. The IDB supports efforts to reduce poverty and inequality that are geared towards achieving measurable results. In all of its operations, the IDB maintains a high level of integrity, transparency and accountability. Within the ProSavings framework, the IDB contributes its experience in the realm of financial inclusion and conditional cash transfer programs.
IDRC supports research in developing countries with the purpose of promoting growth and development. It creates partnerships with researchers and innovators to find practical, long-term solutions to the social, economic, and environmental problems that these societies face. IDRC's goal is to bring choice and change to the people who need it most. Within ProSavings, IDRC's role includes summoning and co-financing the evaluation of the program's various projects. 
The Citi Foundation supports the economic empowerment and financial inclusion of low-income people in the communities where Citi operates. The Citi Foundation works through strategic partnerships to design and test innovations with potential for scalability and impact. Citi co-finances the ProSavings program, and contributes its experience in microfinance and financial capabilities to advance new product development and help recipients of social protection payments build and preserve assets.
The Australian Government’s aid program, as part of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, seeks to promote Australia’s national interests through contributing to economic growth and poverty reduction. Australia's aid program focuses mainly on the Indo-Pacific region, but also extends aid to Africa, the Middle East, Latin America and the Caribbean. Within the ProSavings framework, Australia's aid program contributes with funding to several of its projects.