Financial health is an emerging topic of research, advocacy and practice that aims to understand, measure, and ultimately improve the part of well-being that is associated with the financial life of individuals that we serve. This webinar examines if financial services, especially savings, contribute to the financial health of low-income clients and in what ways.
This LAPO Microfinance Bank case study shares lessons from their experience in developing and implementing a change management program to underpin its launch of a savings product.
This note summarizes practices and lessons learned from the Savings at the Frontier program on providing funding and technical assistance to financial service providers.
DreamStart Labs is re-thinking assumptions about how to design solutions for people in emerging economies, starting with a new product which aims to distribute risks more fairly.
"Yes I Get It. Small Deposits Do Make Sense." - Lessons From a Pilot With Airtel Payments Bank on Client Communication
This slide deck charts the journey of a pilot on behavioral communication to encourage women to make small saving deposits.
This publication examines the challenges of finding and using data in African countries and takes the examples of three financial service providers who are already reaping the benefits of a transition to data-driven, customer-centric operations and product portfolios.
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.