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The Central Bank of Nigeria has identified eight Strategic Imperatives. With their respective communities of practice, they aim to close the country’s financial inclusion gender gap.
In 2022, we published over 400 publications on FinDev Gateway in English, French, Spanish and Arabic on topics ranging from central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) to consumer protection to the role of fintech.
In 2022, the FinDev Blog featured the insights and experiences of over 50 community members on a range of topics. In the top ten most read blog posts from 2022, the sector's move to digital, especially with a focus on women, and savings groups were key themes.
Digital remittances can form a gateway to better financial health and inclusion for migrants and their families. Yet one key factor influencing remittance behavior is often overlooked: gender.
An IMF working paper looks at who fintech is helping and who it is leaving behind, using cross-country and emerging fintech data to see if fintech use is associated with narrowing class, rural and gender divides.
How will the evolving global macroeconomic situation impact the microfinance sector in emerging markets? Financial inclusion consultant Erik Geurts shared his thoughts on a recent Let's Talk Microfinance podcast.
The use of artificial intelligence and machine learning in the financial sector is spreading exponentially across advanced and emerging economies. What are the risks and opportunities presented by these innovations?
After six years of implementation, Scale2Save shares a number of lessons learned around the key drivers they identified for viable business models and the institutional factors that affect an FSP’s ability to offer low-balance savings products.