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After five years, the insight2impact (i2i) programme hosted by Cenfri and FinMark Trust and supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in partnership with the Mastercard Foundation has come to an end. i2i supported policymakers, financial service providers and development partners to harness the power of data to advance financial-sector development and improve financial inclusion.

We worked with 1 964 organisations across 16 countries to link technology and data with greater inclusion. Visit www.i2ifacility.org to find out more about our impact and view the brochure.

Inside-out: The good and the bad of insight2impact
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Behavioural science for financial services
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The application of behavioural interventions
As we explore how behavioural science can narrow the gap between customer intention and customer action, we have started to look at examples from spec [...]
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Inclusive insurance enhanced through the use of client data
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Understanding the usage of financial services in Southern Africa
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Can the usage issue in financial inclusion be solved?
Recent Findex findings show that account ownership has increased, globally. But more people than ever are not using their accounts. And while digital [...]