This training is designed to support financial services providers who currently serve or are considering serving these vulnerable populations with financial services.
Providing humanitarian aid in emergency situations is fraught with risks and challenges. Here are four ways fintech innovations are helping aid agencies streamline delivery and manage risks.
Youssef Fawaz of the Lebanese MFI Al Majmoua, shares the difficult reality of trying to keep an established institution running while the economy collapses around it.
This learning brief describes three models that USAID-funded Feed the Future Rural Resilience Activity utilized to provide formal financial services, in particular credit and savings, to previously excluded populations in Northeast Nigeria.
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.
This report delves into the complex landscape of disaster risk financing, assessing both the demand and the supply side for effective insurance and financing tools to mitigate climate and disaster-related losses.
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.
This report examines the impact of disasters caused by environmental hazards on individuals and households across Samoa and explores financial gaps that could be filled through climate and disaster risk financing solutions.
This paper explores how rural Colombian households respond to rainfall shocks by shifting children's time from school to domestic activities, with the impact on education mitigated or exacerbated by financial inclusion measures.