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Why Women in SMEs Lean Out

> Posted by Christy Stickney, Independent Consultant

Say the words ‘women’ and ‘entrepreneurship’ together and donors and philanthropists will rush to give you money. It’s one of the hot topics in development today. 742 more words

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New Interactive Website: Exploring the Client Protection Journey in Cambodia and Morocco

> Posted by Center Staff

What’s better than blog posts? As a blogger, I’m inclined to assert that nothing is in fact better than blog posts. 195 more words

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Building an Inclusive Financial Sector in Iraq

> Posted by Iftin Fatah, Investment Officer, Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC)

Limited access to credit in the developing world is often exacerbated by conflict, which presents a strong demand for microfinance. 708 more words

Microfinance

Kenyan Government Expands Insurance and Social Security via Digital Finance

> Posted by Center Staff

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Last week the Kenyan government officially kicked-off Huduma cards, a fintech initiative aimed at bolstering government services in the country and digital financial inclusion. 480 more words

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5,141,000 Reasons Women Marched

> Posted by Danielle Piskadlo, Manager, Investing in Inclusive Finance, CFI

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It is 2017. Why would millions of women around the world feel the need to march for equality? 1,160 more words

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Are Banks the Future of Banking? Africa Board Fellows Deliberate

> Posted by Ellen Metzger, Consultant

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With stories of fintech success and excitement showing up everywhere, it’s hard not to wonder about the place of banks in the financial landscape of the future. 808 more words

Microfinance

Cross Border Remittances (CBR)

Abstract – Cross Border remittances(CBR) expected to rise about $0.8 trillion USD. Numbers here are real big and yes this is a big deal. But since most of the world’s population now has access to the Internet or mobile phones, it is just a matter of time before the scales tip to primarily digital versus in-person remittances. 724 more words

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