Lay-away for agricultural inputs A digital solution from Tanzania
The Mastercard Foundation seeks a world where everyone has the
opportunity to learn and prosper.
Supply Chain Finance A digital solution from Kenya
The Mastercard Foundation seeks a world where everyone has the opportunity to learn and prosper
Non-traditional Finance for Agriculture: Emerging Lessons and New Frontiers
In 2016, MEDA held a series of roundtable discussions with the aim of engaging with agricultural finance stakeholders and experts to address the question “which financial services can catalyze change in target market segments (smallholder farmers)?”
Digitizing Value Chain Payments A digital solution from Ghana
The Mastercard Foundation seeks a world where everyone has the opportunity to learn and prosper.
Harnessing the Power of Mobile Money to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals
Over the last decade, mobile moneyhas been disrupting traditional financial services and transforming the lives of hundreds of millions of people across developing countries
Fair play: Ensuring competition in Digital Financial Services
Competition serves customers by promoting innovation and efficiencies that lead to lower prices, greater choice, better quality services, and improved products.
Embedding Digital Finance in e-Commerce Platforms During the COVID-19 Pandemic
This study provides an early assessment of the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on e-commerce platforms and digital financial services, identifying the opportunities, good practices, and key challenges that have emerged in different regions.
Digital Finance and Inclusion in the time of Covid 19
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted digital financial inclusion trends across the world in many and complex ways. In developing and emerging contexts, this crisis also holds the potential to propel an unprecedented acceleration in the process of financial digitization and turn out to be a game-changer for digital financial inclusion.
Empowering Women on a Journey Towards Digital Financial Capability
Financial inclusion is becoming more and more digital. To accelerate this journey to digitization, and not let women customers be left even further behind, we need to ensure policymakers and financial service providers focus on effectively supporting women