Events

Past

Washington, DC

A Year in the Lives of Smallholder Families

On February 25, 2016 CGAP launched the results of its year-long "Smallholder Diaries", which researched the financial lives of small-scale farming families in Mozambique, Pakistan and Tanzania. Watch the event recording below, or explore the publication and interactive data.
Washington, DC

Doing Digital Finance Right

At this in-person event, CGAP launched new research on responsible digital finance.
Washington, DC

Creating Sustainable Livelihoods for the Poorest

On June 4th, CGAP, Ford Foundation, IPA, and J-PAL hosted a half-day event unveiling recently released results from the rigorous Randomized Control Trial (RCT) Impact Assessments conducted across six countries: Ethiopia, Ghana, Honduras, India, Pakistan and Peru.
Online Chat

Financial Diaries of Smallholders

On May 5, 2015, CGAP's Jamie Anderson and Bankable Frontier Associates' Wajiha Ahmed and Kristy Bohling discussed the progress of CGAP's Financial Diaries of Smallholder Households project and the early insights that are unfolding during a live web chat.
Washington, DC

Big Data and Digital Credit

At this in-person event, CGAP highlighted the role of big data and digital credit in financial inclusion and how we can balance the benefits of data analytics with emerging concerns about privacy and security.
Online Chat

Financial Inclusion in India

CGAP’s Kabir Kumar, a Senior Financial Sector Specialist in New Delhi, and Daniel Radcliffe, a Senior Program Officer with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, addressed these questions and more in an online chat on January 28, 2015.