Bolstering Women’s Climate Resilience and Adaptation Through Financial Services
This working paper illustrates how women are differently impacted by climate change and how financial services can play a better role in strengthening their autonomous adaptive capacities to climate change.
Building a Bridge Between Financial Education and Financial Health
This publication focuses on understanding the relationship between financial education and financial health and how these can ultimately contribute to improve the lives of low-income populations.
From 1% to 30%: the Journey of the Philippines Towards Responsible Digital Payments
This case study examines the success story of the Philippines by diving into the key decisions made by the government and private sector in accelerating the adoption of responsible digital payments.
Inclusive Green Finance: A Policy and Advocacy Approach
This report examines how access and usage of financial services can help build resilience in the face of climate shocks, while also providing opportunities to participate in green economic sectors, including agriculture, renewable energy, transport, and waste management.
The Gender Data Playbook for Women's Financial Inclusion
This playbook offers a step-by-step guide for financial ecosystem stakeholders on how to boost the systematic collection of high-quality, supply-side, sex-disaggregated financial data to drive women’s financial inclusion.
Digitally Enabled Climate Finance
This report provides emerging insights on the role of mobile and digital technology in accessing and delivering climate finance in low- and middle-income countries.
Fairness in Algorithmic Decision Systems: A Microfinance Perspective
The paper discusses fairness in artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled credit-scoring systems, and highlights the importance of considering the strategic role of the organization when developing and evaluating fair algorithm-enabled decision systems.
Global Landscape: Data Trails of Digitally Included Poor (DIP) People
This reading deck puts a spotlight on the specific data trails generated by digitally included yet poor people, the sources of these data trails, and variations of data trails across different segmentations.
Instant Payments and Merchants — Pricing Policy Considerations
This technical note helps explain why changes in instant payment pricing are occurring, assesses their impact on market development, and offers suggestions for the path forward.
Responsive by Design: Building Adaptive Social Protection Systems in South Asia
The purpose of this report is to apply the adaptive social protection framework to the South Asian context to guide future dialogue and policy making.