Consumer protection is necessary to safeguard against deceptive, fraudulent, or unfair practices or products. IPA's work in this space is focused on protecting low-income consumers of financial products and services. In 2020, IPA launched a Consumer Protection Research Agenda for digital finance consumers, the first-ever fund for experimental consumer protection work in emerging markets. Learn more here. 

IPA's Director of Consumer Protection, Rafe Mazer speaks in African Business Magazine on the importance of ensuring that Kenya's fast-growing...

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IPA has launched the first-ever fund for experimental consumer protection work in emerging markets. 

Impact evaluations in the financial inclusion sector often attempt to measure the financial health of their participants.