This report presents key insights and opportunities from Hindustan Unilever Limited’s business-to-business Shakti digitization program to implement the UN Principles for Responsible Digital Payments and build scale.
Colombia's Ingreso Solidario: Improving Social Protection Through Public-Private Collaboration and Responsible Digital Payment Practices as Part of COVID-19 Emergency Response
This case study illustrates how designing programs responsibly can result in greater trust in digital financial services, leading to greater volumes of digital transactions, and increased use of digital savings and e-commerce services.
The Government of Bangladesh, in partnership with the UN-based Better Than Cash Alliance, just launched its 2022-2025 National Digital Payments Roadmap – a call to action for key public and private sector actors to speed up responsible payment digitization to leave no one behind.
This country analysis estimates that digital payments can boost Bangladesh’s annual GDP, and responsible payments digitization in certain sectors will help accelerate progress towards the SDGs by 2030.
This study is designed to accelerate collaboration between the public and private stakeholders, presenting a framework for using new approaches and technologies to transform the payment ecosystem.
This extensively consulted resource serves as a practical guide for governments, companies and international organizations embracing responsible digital payments in their journey to building trust, mitigating risks and driving inclusive economies.
These 10 recommendations aim to unlock the impact of fintech in merchant digitization, particular for women, and to further India’s progress on achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.
This report offers research-based analysis and practical advice for humanitarian agencies on the advantages and areas for growth of five key financial technologies in digital payments: mobile money, artificial intelligence, distributed ledger technology (i.e. blockchain), super platforms and QR codes.