The pandemic and the rise of mobile infrastructure have set the stage to bring people living in developing and emerging economies into the digital realm.
The partnership aims to develop an enhanced digital service offering and support the financial inclusion of marginalized populations, especially women, in developing and emerging countries.
IFC and Switzerland Partner to Help Develop Agricultural Capital Markets in Ukraine, Benefiting Small Farmers
Small farmers will have improved access to finance given a new endeavor that aims to boost capital markets development in Ukraine, enabling refinancing opportunities for creditors in agriculture.
Applicants can be based anywhere globally, however solutions must focus on youth, women, returning migrants or MSMES in Ashanti and Western regions of Ghana.
Notwithstanding border restrictions, the region’s digital payments ecosystem is growing as countries collaborate to connect their domestic payment systems.
Now in English, Spanish and French: EMA2020 Publication on "Encouraging Effective & Inclusive Savings"
This publication pulls together the innovations and factors for success of the top-ten applicants, while outlining the enduring importance of access to savings to strengthen resilience of low-income households.
This publication serves as a reference guide for stakeholders interested in applying Women’s Economic Empowerment measurements to their work.
The Initiative will accept proposals for full and pilot projects which use randomized controlled trial evaluation to assess the impact of a consumer protection intervention or market monitoring tool.
The Adaptation for Smallholder Agriculture Program, known as ASAP+, aims to mobilize $500 million to reach more than 10 million people with climate adaptation activities.
These findings were from a survey to better understand how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the remittance habits of those living in Malaysia.