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insight2impact


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.

The Data Analytics and Digital Financial Services Handbook
The IFC handbook explains the potential that data and analytics present for financial inclusion and for FSP operations. This is the third handbook [...]
Branch case study: Exploring the potential of alternative data for creating new markets
Exploring the potential of alternative data for creating new markets. Financial service prov [...]
Having that awkward conversation: Using mobile research to get more honest answers from people
I bought myself a fitness band recently and I’ve found it quite useful in encouraging me to get off the couch. But, if I’m completely honest, I kn [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
15 innovations in data collection methods: Broadening the financial inclusion survey toolkit
Advances in technology have fundamentally changed the way in which survey and behavioural data is collected. There has been a steady decline in face-t [...]
10 innovations in qualitative research
Broadening the financial inclusion survey toolkit Using innovative research techniques help u [...]