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Measuring Progress: Financial Inclusion in Selected SADC Countries

Working methodology in measuring and evaluating the impact of national financial inclusion strategies

Working methodology in measuring and evaluating the impact of national financial inclusion strategies
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An Assessment of Policy and Regulatory Constraints and Enablers to Women’s Financial Inclusion in Myanmar

In-depth review and analysis of existing policies and regulations accompanied by a literature review

In-depth review and analysis of existing policies and regulations
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Top Two Solutions From the COVID-19 Financial Health Challenge

With support from MetLife Foundation, the UNCDF Financial Innovation Lab launched the COVID-19 Financial Health Challenge, focusing on solutions that can help build and improve financial health and resilience of individuals and small businesses.

Case study

Women’s Demand for Financial Services in Conflict and Post Conflict Areas

Key findings from focus group discussions with 146 participants to understand women’s demand for financial services
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COVID-19: Changing the Landscape for Migrants and Remittances

Insights from remittance service providers on the impact of COVID-19 on migrants and remittances
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Five Years of Market Development in Benin, Senegal and Zambia (2015-2019)

This report compiles all the learnings from five years of market development in three countries. It brings forth the voices of customers and the stakeholders with whom UNCDF engaged.

Sharing key insights from five years of market development
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PoWER Assessment of Women’s Economic Empowerment in The Gambia

This document presents the final analysis of data collected through desk research, interviews, focus group discussions, and surveys on women and girls’ financial inclusion in The Gambia.

Insights empowering key stakeholders to better address women’s and girls’ financial needs
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Improving Distribution of Digital Financial Services in Rural Areas

Research highlight on rural agents in Senegal