Results from a UNCDF survey make clear the need for more gender-smart and migrant-centric remittance products.
A meta-review leads to two mental shifts in approaches to savings research.
Three years since the Global Compact on Refugees, financial health remains elusive for most refugees. New research puts forth a financial health framework for measuring progress against the challenges refugees face.
This meta-study explores findings from the savings literature that relate to the key elements used to define financial health, and explores whether they indicate that savings contribute to financial health.
This paper explores key risks to consumer financial health relating particularly to low-to-middle-income countries where mobile money is most prevalent, and how the industry stakeholders are addressing these through best practice examples.
This note provides financial sector policymakers with a discussion of the technical concepts relevant to financial health measurement. The purpose is to explain and demystify the various approaches for a non-technical audience, drawing on existing experiences and the state of the art.
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