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12 May 2014
This Focus Note presents the evidence gained from a comprehensive study of the experiences in developing and implementing e-payment schemes linked to financial inclusion in Haiti, Kenya, the Philippines, and Uganda.
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05 March 2014
This case study discusses the design and implementation of the Ti Manman Cheri conditional cash transfer program in Haiti as well as the experiences of stakeholders and overall lessons learned from this program.
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English (34 pages)
05 March 2014
This case study discusses the program elements of the World Food Programme’s Cash for Assets pilot in Kenya, as well as the design and
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English (37 pages)
05 March 2014
This case study examines the design and implementation of the 4Ps conditional cash transfer program in the Philippines, explains the experiences of stakeholders and presents lessons learned.
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English (40 pages)
05 March 2014
This case study tracks the design and implementation of the SAGE social transfer program in Uganda, highlights the experiences of various stakeholders and explains lessons learned.
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English (35 pages)
13 February 2013
In August 2006, 309 out of 1,100 municipalities in Colombia did not have the presence of a bank. Today 99% of all municipalities have access to financial services thanks to increased coverage by agents. Incentives offered by Banca de las Oportunidades were essential in expanding this access.
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English (32 pages) | Spanish (33 pages)
31 January 2013
Pakistan is becoming a laboratory for G2P payment innovations. This report by CGAP discusses the G2P payments sector in Pakistan and demonstrates how social transfers can help bring poor people into the formal financial system.
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15 February 2012
This Focus Note analyzes the profitability, affordability and use of electronic social cash transfers in Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and South Africa. By the end of 2012, it is expected that in the countries studied, only a small minority of G2P recipients will still be paid in cash.
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English (28 pages) | Spanish (28 pages) | Portuguese (33 pages) | French (32 pages)
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31 October 2011

This report summarizes the findings of research conducted in Mexico on the business case for shifting Oportunidades payments to a financially inclusive scheme, from the standpoint of the payer bank, the recipients, and the program itself.

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English (39 pages) | Spanish (43 pages)
30 October 2011

This report summarizes the findings of research conducted in Brazil on the business case for shifting Bolsa Família payments to a bank account-based (financially inclusive) payment scheme, from the standpoint of the payer bank, the recipients, and the program itself.

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English (64 pages)

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