Data

Interactive dashboards make it easy to explore more than 300,000 data points from CGAP's nationally representative smallholder surveys in Bangladesh, Cote d’Ivoire, Mozambique, Nigeria, Tanzania, and Uganda.
The 2017 CGAP Funders Survey shows that funding for financial inclusion continues to grow and points to areas where donors can be more strategic with their investments.
Research shows that financial services can help crisis-affected people overcome adversity more quickly and sustainably.
Conducted annually since 2008 and in partnership with MIX since 2012, the CGAP Funders Survey is the most comprehensive source of analysis on primary sources of international funding for microfinance and financial inclusion.
After interviewing 270 smallholder families in three countries over the course of a year about their income, expenses, and agricultural production, CGAP developed data that points to ways better access to financial services could improve their lives.

Data from Financial Inclusion Insights surveys in Ghana, Kenya, Rwanda and Tanzania provide a benchmark for the use of mobile financial services.

Conducted annually since 2008, the CGAP Funders Survey, conducted in partnership with MIX, is the most comprehensive source of analysis on primary sources of international funding for microfinance and financial inclusion.
A new article in Science explains that The Graduation Approach, a comprehensive method for improving the lives of the ultra-poor, boosts livelihoods, income, and health.
Funders committed at least $31 billion in 2013 to advance financial inclusion, according to the results of 2014 CGAP Funders’ Survey.

Funders committed at least $31 billion in 2013 to advance financial inclusion, according to the results of 2014 CGAP Funders’ Survey.

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