This report examines the universe of agritech and fintech providers that influence access to finance for small-scale farmers and agricultural SMEs in East and Southern Africa.
These documents synthesize research and insights to date regarding women in rural and agricultural livelihoods, financial and non-financial services, and climate change.
The primary objectives of this work were to understand how platform-specific responses can unlock social and economic value, identify best practices and provide guidance to key stakeholders to improve platform services for rural women.
This publication underlines the trends, core challenges, opportunities, innovative solutions and initiatives associated with agricultural financing for youth.
The purpose of this study is to foster a conversation between stakeholders of agri SME-finance for affirming proven approaches and identifying new ones to overcome agri finance barriers.
This study shares lessons learned in building financial and digital capability while introducing agricultural technology interventions to savings groups through the UN Kigoma Joint Program.
Customer-Centric and Responsible Digital Credit Solutions for Urban and Rural Non-farm Entrepreneurs and Smallholder Farmers
This analysis of digital credit users in India, Indonesia, and Kenya assesses the impact of digital credit on their financial health.