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05 January 2017
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Group of students in Ethiopia
Over the past five years, PEACE MFI S.CO's Lenege youth savings product has increased access to savings for low-income youth in Ethiopia. What can other financial service providers learn from its experience?
20 May 2015
Women’s World Banking and Banco ADOPEM present five key lessons about serving youth with financial services.
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21 November 2014
Youth clapping in Mali
Providing services for small savers is a challenge for financial institutions. With this in mind, Freedom from Hunger is getting a better understanding of the business case behind financial services to youth, who many financial institutions choose not to serve.
23 September 2014
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What would it take to link savings groups and digital financial services? A team at BFA investigated the potential tradeoffs and benefits which savings groups and potential private sector stakeholders might encounter on this journey.
22 July 2014
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A family in Ta Kuti village, Niger
Youth have become a core concern in many African economies, yet most financial institutions are not equipped to address them as real potential customers.
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21 July 2014
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Students in the Philippines enjoy a new classroom
Serving young clients can be difficult for banks driven by short-term profit goals. But capturing the youth market can help give financial service providers a competitive edge in the long-run.
10 April 2014
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In recent years, Safaricom has launched a number of value-added services through its M-PESA product in Kenya, aiming to move its customer base beyond basic money transfers. M-Shwari is by far the most popular of the offerings.
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02 April 2014
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Access to finance in the West African Economic Monetary Union and Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa grew significantly from 2001 to 2011. However, more attention must be paid to savings and savers.
20 December 2013
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A woman works in a stall in Nigeria
In Nigeria, Diamond Bank is using customer insights to design and market a new savings product for women.
27 September 2013
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A man sells milk to a woman on her doorstep
In India, the lack of access to financial services still poses a major challenge. FINO aims to close the access gap by extending services right to people's doorsteps.
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