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Remembering IPA Community Members Lost in Kenya Attacks

Sep 25/13 | From the blog
by Annie Duflo
 
It is with great sadness that I write as IPA mourns those our community lost, along with the many others, in the Nairobi Westgate attack. We are all shocked by this tragic event.  
 

The Road to Understand How Farmers Manage Risk in Rural Areas

Sep 27/13 | From the blog
Editor’s note: This guest posting is by IPA intern Ali Ouedraogo.
 

CGAP Blog: Social Inclusion Cannot be Achieved Without Financial Inclusion

Aug 07/13 | From the blog
 
Following up on her keynote address at the Evidence on Innovations in Financial Capability conference in June, Ms. Carolina Trivelli, a researcher at the Instituto de Estudios Peruanos and former Minister of Development and Social Inclusion in Peru, has a post up on the CGAP Blog:
 

Round II: US Household Finance Initiative Kicks off Second Round of IPA Ford Financial Products Innovation Fund

Aug 01/13 | From the blog
by Anna Cash
 
On July 26, 2013, Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA)’s Financial Products Innovation Fund Working Group convened its second meeting in New York City. This meeting brought together researchers, financial institutions, policymakers, funders, and intermediaries to discuss the first round of IPA’s Financial Products Innovation Fund, plans for the next round of the Fund, and innovative financial product development opportunities.
 

Clearing the Path to Financial Capability in Latin America

Jul 22/13 | From the blog
by Beniamino Savonitto
This cross-post with the Center for Financial Inclusion's blog was written by Beniamino Savonitto, Project Director of the Citi IPA Financial Capability Research Fund.
 

Shop Right: Loan Shopping for Consumer Financial Health

Jul 08/13 | From the blog
by Anna Cash
 
We know that saving is supposed be our best bet for planning for the future, but could smart shopping for debt be more important?  According to Jonathan Zinman, Director of IPA’s US Household Finance Initiative (USHFI), “Despite all the focus on asset management and asset-building, it seems to me that liabilities are where the money is for most American households.”
 

From Uganda: Savings and Payments Conference Wrap-Up, Day 2

Jul 02/13 | From the blog
by Rohit Naimpally
 
For a short summary of Day 1 of the conference, click here.
 

Foreign Policy Articles

Jul 01/13 | From the blog
by John Branch
Foreign Policy’s July/August issue features a couple of interesting articles. 
 
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