Speakers covered designing for and monitoring systemic change with the Adopt-Adapt-Expand-Respond (AAER) framework, and examined the systemic approach in action using real examples from Kenya and the Philippines.
In this webinar, CGAP explained why consumer consent is no longer effective. The National Institute of Public Finance and Policy presented research showing how even well-educated consumers in India could not understand consent documents, and CGAP discussed new approaches to data protection and privacy.
Speakers from CGAP, MaTontine and Flourish highlighted the fintech innovations and key findings emerging from the report.“Fintechs and Financial Inclusion: Looking Past the Hype and Exploring Their Potential".
CGAP invited Centre for Digital Financial Inclusion (CDFI), based in New Delhi, to explain how India re-designed its government-to-person (G2P) systems for the transfer of funds and its usage of the Aadhaar IDs to process applications within 30 days.
Speakers discussed what digital banking means, how it has evolved, what business models we see emerging, what implications (if any) they have for financial inclusion and where the industry is going in the future.
How do you effectively conduct evaluation in a dynamic and complex environment? During this webinar, speakers focused on the developmental evaluation approach and how it has been used in Gateway Academy.
Presenters summarized findings from the CGAP-CDC paper, "Taming the Strange Beasts: Servicing and the Future of PAYGo,” and discussed implications with guest experts from PEG Africa, and Baobab+, and Equity Bank.