Côte d'Ivoire


29 December 2017
This paper uses research and interviews with customers to understand the value they derive from PAYGo solar, why they decided to purchase it, how they were able to afford and pay for it, and whether they considered the product a “good deal” in the end.
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English (43 pages) | French (48 pages) | Spanish (46 pages)
21 November 2017
This diagnostic provides an analysis of the regulatory framework for DFS in Côte d’Ivoire, including its coverage, conducive features, and gaps and obstacles. The paper also offers recommendations on how to address these issues.
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English (57 pages) | French (62 pages)

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