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Citizens and States: How Can Digital ID and Payments Improve State Capacity and Effectiveness?

This report considers the potential for digital technology to help reform citizen–state  interactions, and to do this in a way that increases individual agency and improves efficiency in the delivery of public services, subsidies, and transfers.

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The Study of the Financial Capability of Population in Armenia 2019

Measuring the progress made in assessing financial capabilities of Armenia’s population
Guide

Savings Group Risk Mitigation, Support, and Engagement in Relation to COVID-19

This guide is intended to help implementers consider how best to support savings groups and their members during COVID-19. The recommendations draw on past experiences working with savings groups during times of crises.

Training Material

Adjusting Microfin for the Cashflow Impact of COVID-19

This paper provides some insight on how to use the financial projection software, Microfin, in determining the MFI's financial and cash flow implications once operational decision have been made.

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Savings Groups and COVID-19

A set of recommendations to guide the work of Savings Groups during this global pandemic
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Digital Solutions for the Urban Poor

Can mobile-enabled innovations provide solutions to pressing challenges facing the urban poor?
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Gender Implications of COVID-19 Outbreaks in Development and Humanitarian Settings

This brief considers the potential impact of the global pandemic on health, food security and nutrition, and economic well-being of women and girls.

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Land Titling Improves Access to Microcredit in Cambodia: Be Careful What You Wish for

The role of accepting land titles as collateral on Cambodia's poor
Guide

Attention Points Business Continuity for MFIs in View of the COVID-19 Outbreak

A practical tool for microfinance institutions for crisis management and business continuity planning
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Migrants and the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Remittances

This analysis offers a glimpse of the potential impact of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic on US immigrants and family remittances.