Top Ten Lists
Check out the top ten lists of blogs and publications from past years.
This blog post shares the top ten most viewed publications of 2023 from our English library of resources on financial inclusion. The themes of gender, climate change and digital finance dominate the list.
In 2023, more than 50 community members contributed to the FinDev Blog to share their ideas and lessons learned on topics ranging from women agents' livelihoods to financial inclusion for refugees to digital finance consumer protection. Which blog posts were your favorites?
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.
These publications received the most downloads last year. But we want to know, which were your favorites? What did you read in 2021 that influenced how you think about an issue or aspect of financial inclusion?
In 2021, over 40 FinDev community members contributed to our blog on topics ranging from financial health to mobile money to housing finance. What were your favorite blog posts from the past year?
In 2020, the FinDev Blog was more active than ever before, with regular COVID-19 updates and a plethora of posts digging into the pandemic's impact and how to get through it.
The global financial inclusion community was hungry for resources on the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020: seven out of the top ten publications were directly related to COVID-19.
In 2019, the FinDev Gateway Blog kept on growing, thanks to so many of our partner organizations and contributing community members. Here is the list of most popular blogs of the year.
In 2018, FinDev Gateway published more blog posts than ever before, thanks to so many of our partner organizations and contributing community members. So which ones did you read the most?