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Keeping an Edge: What Will it Take in the Current Microfinance Context?
The information contained in this report represents the collective insights of 39 microfinance association leaders from 33 countries across Africa, Latin America, Eastern Europe, and Asia. These associations are member-based organizations, representing a broad spectrum of financial service providers serving the bottom of the pyramid. … Read More ›
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 ›
Monitoring and Measuring Change: The Systemic M&E Principles in the Context of the Kenya Market Assistance Program
This paper evaluates the validity and usefulness of seven principles for appropriate design and management of systemic M&E frameworks. It puts them to the test in the context of the Market Assistance Program (MAP) in Kenya and its institutional host, the Kenya Markets Trust (KMT). … 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 as a Cornerstone: Laying the Foundation for Financial Inclusion
This report documents the major practical approaches to mobilizing the savings of the poor, focusing on innovations that new savings providers might utilize to overcome key challenges. In particular, the report addresses challenges at the client and institutional levels in order to identify the areas of intervention that hold the greatest strategic importance for practitioners. … 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 ›
Garder une longeur d'avance
Les informations contenues dans ce rapport représentent la connaissance collective de 39 dirigeants d’associations de microfinance de 33 pays d’Afrique, d’Amérique Latine, d’Europe de l’est et d’Asie. Ces associations sont des organisations regroupant des membres qui représentent un large éventail de fournisseurs de services financiers qui servent les couches pauvres des populations.… Read More ›
L'epargne: La pierre angulaire
« L’épargne, pierre angulaire : poser les bases de l’inclusion financière » décrit l’état de la pratique en matière de
mobilisation de l’épargne pour les pauvres dans les pays en développement, sujet qui est abordé par le biais d’un
cadre double qui s’intéresse à : (1) la valeur de l’épargne et (2) aux défis opérationnels. … Read More ›
This presentation was created for a webinar entitled "Can Formal work with Informal? Lessons, Opportunities and Challenges for Deepening Financial Inclusion." This presentation is based on experiences and lessons from 8 pilots in 5 countries (Rwanda, Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda and Malawi), linking VSLAs to institutions such as Barclays Bank, Vodafone, Vision Finance, and MicroEnsure.… Read More ›
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