Last week, prior to the Symposium for Financial Inclusion in Accra, we formally launched the Mastercard Foundation’s Partnership for Finance in a Digital Africa at a one day Learning Event at the Labadi Beach Hotel. It was an exciting day for our team! Here are some of the great resources that are now available: Learning
Snapshot 2: “Which attitudes, behaviors, experiences, and beliefs—including non-digital and non-financial ones—influence DFS adoption and ongoing satisfaction?” is one of 16 Snapshots 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
Snapshot 1: “Which Financial needs can be (and should be) addressed by DFS?” is one of 16 Snapshots 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
Today we are pleased to make the inaugural version of the Learning Advances in Digital Finance report available on the website. This document focuses on a series of “learning advances” identified during the first year of the Mastercard Foundation Partnership for Finance in a Digital Africa. Read now Learning Advances in Digital Finance 2017 The
To accompany the release of the first digital finance Evidence Gap Map (EGM), we undertook an in-depth review of the impact evidence for each digital finance product. “Digital Finance EGM Analysis: Paving the Impact Pathway” presents a synthesis of the findings from the impact studies in the EGM. Under each digital finance product, there is an outline of relevant impact studies, an analysis and summary of evidence by client outcomes. This level of analysis will enable the digital finance community to be strategic in our approach to product design and for commissioning and conducting needed research.