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Design and Market Digital Financial Services

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Getting Started in Digital Credit

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The Daily Costs of Debt: Problematising Repayment

What lies behind the commonly reported 99 percent repayment rates in Bangladesh?
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Riding (the) Rocket to Digitised Microfinance

A review of customers’ experiences with cashless loan and savings collections in Bangladesh
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What Do Informal Groups Teach Us About What Poor People Want in Their Financial Services?

Why are informal financial groups still so popular in Kenya?
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Smart Meters to Enhance Access to Water Services in Rural Africa

Addressing the three important challenges that limit the provision of basic utilities to the poor
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How Ecosystem Issues Fail Rural FIs to Promote Digital Financial Services

Observations From MFIs in Tanzania
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Microfinance for Water and Sanitation: Opportunities and Challenges for MFIs

A case for household investments for WASH financing
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Water and Sanitation in Dhaka’s Low-Income Settlements, Bangladesh

How low-income families pay for water and sanitation services
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Understanding Demand for Financial Products Among Young Women in Central Java

In this publication, as part of its Low-Income Lives series, MicroSave highlights the results from its research on the perceptions around existing financial products and the need for new ones among the Central Java’s rural youth.

Findings from interviews with 400 women across six villages in Indonesia