The Future of Government-to-Person (G2P) Payments: Three Years of Learning About G2P Choice in Zambia
This case study summarizes key lessons learned during the first three years of implementing a choice-based G2P payments model.
This report draws upon decades of academic and business research to extrapolate lessons that can guide the early emergence of agricultural platforms.
Through this research, beneficiaries and agents respond to Indonesia’s largest cash transfer program as it pivots to provide COVID-19 emergency aid.
This study aims to understand the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on women-led MSMEs in 13 African countries hoping to contribute to further strengthening of outcomes for those MSMEs.
This paper explores the potential impact of incorporating the collective voice of consumers into financial sector policy and regulation, and opportunities for funders to help elevate these voices.
This report focuses on building the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary for customers to engage with digital financial services.
Evidence Review of Women's Groups and COVID-19: Impacts, Challenges, and Policy Implications for Savings Groups in Africa
This brief presents emerging evidence from studies in diverse African contexts on how COVID-19 has affected savings groups and how these groups have helped mitigate the pandemic’s negative consequences in sub-Saharan Africa.
This report discusses why it is imperative to capitalize on this momentum in the wake of COVID-19 to ensure wider adoption and usage of digital payments, particularly among low-income women.
Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs): Senegal Country Report
This study primarily focuses on micro and small enterprises in Senegal and their coping strategies during the pandemic. It provides recommendations for policymakers and financial service providers to support them.