Trends in International Funding for Financial Inclusion

In recent years, the development community has sustained support for microfinance but broadened funding to encompass the wider goal of financial inclusion. International funders have been adapting their priorities to meet this broader vision, and in 2012, funders committed at least $29 billion to support financial inclusion, an increase of 12% compared to 2011. This data is the result of a survey of 22 international funders of financial inclusion, which represented 86% of all commitments reported the previous year. For more information, please use this interactive data set or read the related brief or view the infographic.

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