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Measurement through the consumer lens
During my tenure at South Africa’s National Treasury, the discussions around financial inclusion often focused on seemingly straightforward question [...]
Deepening measurement in financial inclusion
You manage what you measure and thus it is important to have a measurement framework that drives the right behaviour. Financial inclusion has strong e [...]
A needs-based approach to financial inclusion measurement in Zimbabwe
Financial inclusion is an important tool for enabling development and improving the lives of the poor across the globe. Up to now, most governments an [...]
Shifting measurement away from a one-dimensional view of financial inclusion
Depth sounding: shifting measurement away from a one-dimensional view of financial inclusion ( [...]
Thinking outside the (financial inclusion) measurement box
In 2014, the Bank of Ghana (BOG) granted permission for reduced KYC requirements for a new Fidelity Bank product that targeted consumers at the bottom [...]
New era, new data: Why ‘financial inclusion 2.0’ will require a different approach to measurement
Financial inclusion is entering a new era The movement’s first era – which we’ll call [...]
New approaches to measuring financial inclusion
Financial inclusion has evolved from a grass-root microfinance movement in the 1980s to a mainstream item on the development agenda. Its increasing pr [...]
7th AFI Global Policy Forum
In September 2015, Cenfri and in [...]
Good intentions
Why what you measure in financial inclusion is so important to the outcomes you achieve [...]
Then and now: Shaping our latest tools in financial inclusion
(Editor’s note: This is the first in a three-part series.) “We shape our tools and there [...]

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