October 25, 2017
Many Solomon Islanders like Noga reside in small villages with 60% of the population living in communities with less than 200 members. Providing financial services for a sparsely dispersed population can be very expensive for banks who prefer to have ATMs available in a few urban centers.
June 6, 2017
Article by World Vision Solomon Islands John He’ai is a young father from Siwapo Village in South Malaita. Married with five children, John is in his mid-30s and has lived most of his life in the village. He earns a living by selling fish and mud crabs, using the cash he earns to buy...
March 28, 2017
PFIP has funded 35 projects with financial service providers who have innovated with technology and products, enrolling over 1.5 million customers in services such as agency banking, mobile wallets, micro insurance, micro loans, remittances and savings groups.