Our 16 broad, durable learning themes are designed to structure several years of inquiry and knowledge sharing. Each learning theme is comprised of a set of questions, designed to test our assumptions, document our results, and contribute knowledge to the sector.
The Snapshots each address one of the 16 learning themes, and in aggregate, address the "client", "institution", "ecosystem", and "impact" levels in the Partnership's Theory of Change.
The 16 Snapshots are designed to address a range of questions within the digital finance space. These questions cover a number of client, institution, ecosystem, and impact level topics. The Snapshots give a current view of “What we Know” about the topic in question, highlight “Notable New Learnings” and call attention to “Implications” for future research and investment.
Looking ahead, we will be rolling out additional Snapshots over the coming months.
Snapshot 1Which financial needs can be (and should be) addressed by DFS?
Snapshot 2Which attitudes, behaviors, experiences, and beliefs influence digital finance adoption?
Snapshot 5How can advances in UX help meet user needs and enhance user engagement?
Snapshot 7What are the roles of intermediated and shared use?
Snapshot 16Digital Finance Impact Evidence Summary