Fundación Paraguaya is a leading edge self-sufficient social enterprise founded in Paraguay in 1985 that seeks to develop innovative solutions to poverty and unemployment, and proactively disseminate them throughout the world
Create partnerships with leading retailers to support initiatives for Fundacion Paraguaya, including microfinance initiatives for the mass market.
Fight poverty in Paraguay and partner with other regions to alleviate poverty globally.
The Founder of Fundacion Paraguaya formerly served as Mayor of Asunción, Vice Minister of Commerce, and Chief of Staff to the President of Paraguay. He is a founding member of the Moisés Bertoni and Mbaracayu foundations; and of Teach A Man To Fish, an NGO based in London that promotes the agricultural school model in 35 countries. He is a professor at American and African Universities and regularly attends the World Economic Forum in Davos and the Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship in Oxford. He is an author of books on economics, development, education, and poetry.