Latest Publications

Making Access Possible (MAP) Zimbabwe

Cenfri, in partnership with FinMark Trust presented the key findings and recommendations from the Making Access to Financial Services Possible (MAP) Zimbabwe diagnostic report at the Stakeholder Workshop in Harare, Zimbabwe. The workshop was attended by representatives from a range of regulators, private sector institutions and media, as well as the Minister of Finance. It provided an opportunity for the MAP diagnostic team to test key findings with stakeholders and for stakeholders to provide feedback and comment on the findings for the final diagnostic report.

Decoding the customer: First impressions from a more granular approach to client typology

Decoding the customers - First impressions from a more granular understanding of client typology is the first note to be published from the MAP Global Insights series, and unpacks the target market segmentation approach that is central to programme’s client-centric analytical methodology, providing a clear and concise look at the emerging cross-country customer typologies and the implications for donors, policymakers, and providers in this regard.

Making Access Possible (MAP) Myanmar: Agricultural Finance Summary Note

Cenfri with support from the Bankable Frontier Associates (BFA) and funding from UNCDF conducted a Making Access to Financial Services Possible (MAP) diagnostic study in Myanmar. The study identified the key role that agricultural plays in the country and a separate summary note on agricultural finance in Myanmar was developed. This note provides recommendation on how to increase access to, as well as the quality and depth of, financial services for the two market segments that most directly impact on the agricultural sector: Farmers and Farm workers.

Women on the move: Harnessing the economic forces of cross-border mobility in ASEAN

In February 2015, Cenfri in partnership with the UNCDF SHIFT programme drafted a focus note on the role of remittances in women economic empowerment for the Third AMNEP (Australia-Mekong NGO Engagement Platform) Forum held in Bangkok, Thailand. The Forum focused on financial inclusion in the ASEAN region. The purpose of the conference was to discuss ‘Women’s Labour Mobility in the Mekong’ to enable policy exchange and mutual learning on issues around this topic.

 
Latest Publications

Making Access Possible (MAP) Zimbabwe

Cenfri, in partnership with FinMark Trust presented the key findings and recommendations from the Making Access to Financial Services Possible (MAP) Zimbabwe diagnostic report at the Stakeholder Workshop in Harare, Zimbabwe. The workshop was attended by representatives from a range of regulators, private sector institutions and media, as well as the Minister of Finance. It provided an opportunity for the MAP diagnostic team to test key findings with stakeholders and for stakeholders to provide feedback and comment on the findings for the final diagnostic report.

Decoding the customer: First impressions from a more granular approach to client typology

Decoding the customers - First impressions from a more granular understanding of client typology is the first note to be published from the MAP Global Insights series, and unpacks the target market segmentation approach that is central to programme’s client-centric analytical methodology, providing a clear and concise look at the emerging cross-country customer typologies and the implications for donors, policymakers, and providers in this regard.

Making Access Possible (MAP) Myanmar: Agricultural Finance Summary Note

Cenfri with support from the Bankable Frontier Associates (BFA) and funding from UNCDF conducted a Making Access to Financial Services Possible (MAP) diagnostic study in Myanmar. The study identified the key role that agricultural plays in the country and a separate summary note on agricultural finance in Myanmar was developed. This note provides recommendation on how to increase access to, as well as the quality and depth of, financial services for the two market segments that most directly impact on the agricultural sector: Farmers and Farm workers.

Women on the move: Harnessing the economic forces of cross-border mobility in ASEAN

In February 2015, Cenfri in partnership with the UNCDF SHIFT programme drafted a focus note on the role of remittances in women economic empowerment for the Third AMNEP (Australia-Mekong NGO Engagement Platform) Forum held in Bangkok, Thailand. The Forum focused on financial inclusion in the ASEAN region. The purpose of the conference was to discuss ‘Women’s Labour Mobility in the Mekong’ to enable policy exchange and mutual learning on issues around this topic.

 

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