Welcome to FinDev Editor's Collections, a selection of resources carefully curated by our editors to provide financial inclusion professionals with a guide to the most relevant and up-to-date insights and analysis on key topics and emerging issues. You can also explore resources on specific topics by using the topic tags listed underneath the Collections.

Strawberry farm in the Philippines.

As the issue of climate change takes on ever greater urgency, more work is being done to identify how financial service providers and other sector support organizations can help people build resilience to the harmful effects of climate change, adapt to shifting economic landscapes and transition to low-carbon economies. 
Savings group meeting in Senegal.

The world is changing and MFIs need to adapt their ways of working to become more resilient and keep up with the times. The spread of digital technologies is one of the biggest shifts, requiring MFIs to come up with digital transformation strategies in order to remain competitive and grow.

Migrant worker in Myanmar. Photo credit: Solidarity Center via Flickr.

At least 281 million people worldwide live outside their country of origin, and many more have migrated internally, within their countries. For all those who migrate, financial inclusion is a key element for their well-being and incorporation into host economies. Access to a range of financial services can help them build resilience and take advantage of opportunities as they settle in to new environments, as well as send money to help their families back home.