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Isabelle Carboni

Isabelle leads insight2impact’s measurement work, including the financial needs (FinNeeds) measurement framework, using transactional data and demand-side surveys to draw out insights and emergent indicators for public policies on financial inclusion.

Isabelle joined Cenfri with 20 years of experience in international development in Africa and Asia. Previously she was the Global Technical Director for Evaluation and Impact Reporting for World Vision International, where she developed a global indicator framework, surveys and mobile data collection methodology for measuring and reporting on child well-being.

  • Masters in Development Management from LSE
  • Bachelors in International Relations with Development Studies

Recent Content by Isabelle Carboni
“If you can make it here, you’ll make it anywhere”: Innovating in Lagos
We set out to understand the dynamics and factors enabling the three top innovation ecosystems in sub-Saharan...
Innovation ecosystems
What enables tech innovation ecosystems to flourish? Innovations of all kinds contrib...
Nigeria’s proposed e-hailing tax could stifle innovation and dampen gig workers’ livelihoods
Digital platforms are a quick and convenient way to match prospective customers to gig workers, and more than 50% of ...
When digital payment goes viral: lessons from COVID-19’s impact on mobile money in Rwanda
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, many African governments have implemented policy changes and lockdo...
Cape Town tech ecosystem: Strengthening inclusive innovation in a divided city
“The idea is that tensions and challenges in the city region also point to opportunities for innovation and...
A customer-centric approach to measuring financial needs
A synthesis report on what we’ve learned As we...