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The Evidence-Based Story of Savings Groups: A Synthesis of Seven Randomized Control Trials
Rapid growth of savings groups globally raises a number of questions about how well these groups are serving their members and acting as an effective development intervention overall.This paper surveys the results from seven recent, prominent RCT evaluations of SGs in seven countries. … Read More ›
Understanding Youth and their Financial Needs
The Understanding Youth and their Financial Needs publication provides deep insights into the financial decision making behaviors of youth (e.g., spending, saving, and borrowing) at three different levels—the client level, market segmentation level, and institutional level—and shows how these behaviors can inform the design of financial and education support services.… Read More ›
Savings Groups at the Frontier
Savings Groups at the Frontier explores the issues that will shape the future of Savings Groups. What are the costs, required inputs, and anticipated outreach of these groups? How does replication take place? How sustainable are the groups? Is it feasible to integrate financial and non-financial services? … Read More ›
Minimum Economic Recovery Standards
The Minimum Economic Recovery Standards articulate the minimum level of technical and other assistance to be provided in promoting the recovery of economies and livelihoods affected by crisis.… Read More ›
Effective Integration of Financial Services into Economic Opportunities Programming for Youth
This brief examines ways in which financial inclusion has been effectively incorporated into youth economic opportunities programming, and its benefits used to reinforce other development goals. Examples are drawn from a range of initiatives, some of which are currently being implemented and some of which are complete. Lessons on incorporating financial inclusion into youth programming are described in the brief under two sections: (1) driving financial inclusion through integrated programming, and (2) leveraging financial inclusion to achieve broader youth development goals.… Read More ›
Incentives, Subsidies, and Complementary Services to Promote Youth Financial Inclusion
This brief explores key lessons in ensuring effective design of incentives, subsidies, and complementary services, as well as the ways and conditions in which they can foster sustainable financial inclusion and build trust with these new customers. The paper first illustrates tested strategies to attract new clients (through targeted giveaways, rewards, etc.) and ways to structure those strategies in order to retain and empower these customers (including financial education, client protection, cost-sharing, and effective marketing channels and strategies). It then shows how incentives and subsidies can fit into integrated programs (through market positioning, synergies with national agendas, engaging staff and other stakeholders, etc.).… Read More ›
The Role of Parents and Families in Youth Financial Inclusion
This brief provides an overview on the role of parents and families in building youth financial inclusion and explores the dynamics occurring within the household, taking into account parents, caretakers, and other household members, in order to better understand what is known about the interplay between adults and the young people within their mutual sphere of influence. Further, recommendations and examples are provided from programs that are attempting to leverage these dynamics to create greater impact in order to frame discourse on areas for further exploration. References are drawn from practitioners operating throughout the developing world.… Read More ›
Usage and Dormancy
The continued expansion of youth financial inclusion requires that dormancy be understood and addressed effectively. This paper presents innovative and impactful ways in which financial service providers (FSPs) can achieve higher rates of usage from youth… Read More ›
A Practical Guide to Monitoring & Evaluation for Microfinance Associations
The purpose of this document is to provide microfinance associations with simple and practical information and tools that they can use to develop their own monitoring and evaluation (M&E) systems that respond to their particular M&E needs. Developed out of SEEP’s Responsible Finance through Local Leadership (RFLL) program, this guide provides a basic introduction to M&E, introduces theory of change, addresses how to develop a logical framework (logframe) and related indicators, and introduces other useful M&E tools, illustrated with examples.… Read More ›
Un guide pratique du suivi-évaluation pour les assocations de microfinance
Le but de ce document est de fournir aux associations de microfinance des informations et des outils simples et pratiques qu’elles pourront utiliser pour créer des systèmes de suivi-évaluation (M&E) qui correspondent à leurs propres besoins. Ce guide pratique a été développé à partir du programme Finance Responsable par le biais du leadership local (RFLL) de SEEP. Ce guide présente une introduction de base au suivi-évaluation, introduit la théorie du changement, explique comment créer un cadre logique et des indicateurs et présente d’autres outils utiles de suivi-évaluation ainsi que des exemples.… Read More ›
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