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EVALUATION MARCH MADNESS!!

Mar 24/15 | From the blog
Here it is folks, enjoy (PDF here)
 
 
 
 
 

Gates Foundation Grand Challenges in Financial Inclusion

Mar 23/15 | From the blog
Editors Note: Our partner, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, has asked us to share this announcement with the financial inclusion community.
 
 
 

What happens when a revolution breaks out during your study

Mar 19/15 | From the blog
by Nolwenn Gontard
 
Editor’s note: in October 2014 IPA’s West Africa programs director woke up at 5AM to his cell phone ringing and a staffer reassuring him “the Parliament is on fire, but don’t worry, everybody’s fine, we’re going to work from home today.” In a blog post below, intern Nolwenn Gontard from our Burkina Faso office writes about what it’s like when a revolution breaks out during your study.
 
 

'Understand clients': The major theme from a World Bank forum on microcredit

Mar 08/15 | From the blog
by Erin Scronce



Editors note: This post appeared originally on the World Bank Private Sector Development blog.

Access to Financial Services: Necessary but not Sufficient for Financial Inclusion

Mar 02/15 | From the blog
by Greg Dobbels, Pascaline Dupas, Sarah Green, Anthony Keats & Jonathan Robinson
 
Editor's note: This post appeared originally on the Making Finance Work for Africa site www.mfw4a.org.
 

This year's behavioral and development valentines, for your statistically significant other

Feb 19/15 | From the blog
by Jeff Mosenkis

 

Inspired by previous years, it started out innocently enough:

Making Change on a Mobile Handset

Feb 02/15 | From the blog
by Zahra Niazi and Amber Davis
Editor’s note: This cross-post appeared originally on NextBillion.net here.
 

Can Agents Improve Conditional Cash Transfers in Peru?

Dec 22/14 | From the blog
by Sophie Ayling
Editors note: this cross-posting originally appeared on CGAP's site, here.
 

Financial Education in the Digital Age: It's affordable, it's scalable - but does it work?

Dec 17/14 | From the blog
by Sneha Stephen and Pooja Wagh
Editor's Note: This post is cross-posted with NextBillion, here.
 
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