Gateway Guide to Financial Inclusion for Refugees and Humanitarian Crises
In 2016, the number of refugees and humanitarian crises around the world continued to grow. By the end of the year a record 65.6 million people had been forcibly displaced due to persecution, conflict, violence, or human rights violations. As the number of people affected by natural disasters also rises, it is more important than ever that financial service providers be prepared to manage crises and learn how best to serve the people affected.
In this Gateway Guide, we provide you with a list of the latest guidance and tools for practitioners, papers, and case studies on financial inclusion for refugees and humanitarian crises. There is also a special focus on digital humanitarian cash transfers, an important and growing area of financial inclusion. Do you know of another publication that should be included in this list? Please submit it here!