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How women in Papua New Guinea are finding their way to Women’s Micro Bank

How women in Papua New Guinea are finding their way to Women’s Micro Bank

February 6, 2020

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Rural banking made easy with the Mama Bank Access Points Difficult geographies, a lack of physical infrastructure and limited technological skills are major reasons as to why people in Papua New Guinea are still underserved and underbanked. Only about 37% of the population has access to financial services. Supply and access coupled with confidence and...

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Tweaking a digital finance agent network to sustainably reach last-mile customers in Fiji

Tweaking a digital finance agent network to sustainably reach last-mile customers in Fiji

January 11, 2020

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Using the insights gathered we assess how Vodafone Fiji’s Mobile Village Agent network stacks against the six principles as suggested in CGAP’s technical guide for agent networks at the last mile.

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Closing the pension gap in the Pacific

Closing the pension gap in the Pacific

November 13, 2019

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by Beryl van Andel, Caroline van Dulleman and Krishnan Narasimhan People are getting older. So many of us are living longer lives that today one in five people is older than sixty. And as demographics are changing all across the globe, so are the ways we care for the older generation. Traditionally, in most cultures,...

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Scoping Insurance opportunities for fishing communities in Fiji

Scoping Insurance opportunities for fishing communities in Fiji

November 7, 2019

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After the successful development of a bundled microinsurance product for farmer groups, the Pacific Financial Inclusion Programme (PFIP) explored the demand for a specific insurance product for fishers in Fiji. Access to affordable insurance products allow Pacific Islanders to prepare themselves to better deal with the economic shock followed by unforeseen events, such as cyclones....

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Boosting the uptake: Nudging Samoans to save more of the remittances they receive

Boosting the uptake:									          Nudging Samoans to save more of the remittances they receive

October 31, 2019

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In Samoa, with EziBank links a mobile money wallet to a bank account for the first time. An easy way for people with an nbs account to start saving more of the funds they receive from their relatives abroad, and increasing their resilience to economic shocks.

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