Women’s Agent Network—the Missing Link in India’s Financial Inclusion Story: A Supply-Side Perspective
The business correspondent model in India enables the banking system to expand its outreach at a low cost and offer essential financial services in remote and underserved areas. This paper share a supply-side perspective on challenges and opportunities for expanding women agent network in India.
Deep dive into the innovative strategies that fintechs used to overcome the pandemic, measures taken by the government and regulators to enable ecosystem players, and support lent from investors and accelerators.
This collaborative fintech landscape study aims to understand the impact of the pandemic and resilience of the fintech ecosystem across Bangladesh.
Social Assistance and Information in the Initial Phase of the COVID-19 Crisis: Lessons from a Household Survey in India
This publication explores the implementation of a social assistance program in India based on a household survey conducted four to six weeks after its launch.
This webinar featured a conversation with three young women entrepreneurs from across Africa and Asia to provide ground-up insights, and lessons learned while navigating their enterprises through COVID-19.
This report assesses the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the fintech ecosystem of Vietnam, highlighting the impact on the operations, revenue, and coping strategies of fintechs.
This report delves deep into the innovative strategies fintechs used to overcome the pandemic, measures taken by the government and regulators to enable ecosystem players, and the support fintechs received from investors and accelerators.
Beyond the Barriers of Affordability: An Analysis of India’s Cooking Fuel Support Program Under the COVID-19 Assistance Package
The objective of the study is to assess various social protection interventions of the central and state governments during COVID-19 and suggest improvements to the programs.