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The third post of the FinDev Blog Series on Climate Change and Financial Inclusion discusses the 4 Ps of inclusive green finance, which provide a framework for policymakers to harness the potential of financial inclusion.
Shifting Perspectives: From Financial Inclusion to Financial Health of Forcibly Displaced Persons (FDPs)
Three years since the Global Compact on Refugees, financial health remains elusive for most refugees. New research puts forth a financial health framework for measuring progress against the challenges refugees face.
In the third post of our blog series on financial health, we explore how capturing the essence of this multi-dimensional concept takes us beyond standard measures of financial access or income.
In the second post in our blog series on financial health, we explore what policymakers can do to ensure that the financial sector works to support people’s financial wellbeing.
This post is the first in the FinDev Blog series on financial health, introducing the concept of financial health and discussing new efforts to apply the concept in low- and middle-income countries.
How the Ethiopian government is tackling the challenge of declining remittances and economic contraction brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Greater connectivity has the potential to advance digital finance in the Pacific islands, but governments and development partners will need to provide significant support.
Policymakers should work closely with MFIs to find the right balance between helping clients in times of stress and preserving the long-term financial viability of the sector.