The research explores experiences with traditional and digital financial services to-date, in addition to assessing basic competencies in the areas of digitization and finance.
To address the hope and frustration brought about by digitization, CGAP identified and tested five core principles for successful implementation.
In this Focus Note, CGAP calls for financial inclusion to be a cornerstone of action on climate adaptation, and proposes a new agenda for collaboration between financial inclusion and climate adaptation practitioners.
Demand and Supply Study Report on Climate and Disaster Risk Financing and Insurance in Papua New Guinea
This report examines challenges associated with access to affordable and suitable insurance for low- and moderate-income communities, risks, and coping mechanisms and identifies unaddressed issues.
Demand and Supply Study Report on Climate and Disaster Risk Financing and Insurance in Solomon Islands
This demand and supply study report examines the growing impact of disasters caused by environmental hazards on individuals and households across Solomon Islands.
Digital Payments and the COVID-19 Shock: The Role of Preexisting Conditions in Banking, Infrastructure, Human Capabilities, and Digital Regulation
This paper investigates how the use of digital payments and financial services expanded during and after COVID-19 and looks into the driving factors for that expansion.
This paper presents a conceptual landscape of the topic of Food Security and Nutrition, explores the role that the inclusive finance sector can play in reducing food insecurity.
This TC Note brings together principles and practices related to financial sector oversight that are relevant to financial inclusion, including proportionate regulation, risk-based supervision, and consumer empowerment.
The Financial Inclusion Compass is an annual survey of financial inclusion stakeholders to better understand perspectives on current trends, future priority areas, challenges, opportunities and beyond.