Research & Analysis

International Financial Inclusion Funding: 2013 Visual

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

Conducted in partnership with MIX, this is the seventh iteration of the annual survey, which analyzes funding data of financial inclusion projects from both public funders (development finance institutions, multilateral, and bilateral funders) as well as private funders (foundations, institutional and individual investors, other donors). 

Funding infographic

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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.


This Brief analyzes trends in the international funding landscape based on CGAP research. In 2013, international funders committed at least $31 billion to support financial inclusion—an estimated increase of 7 percent on average per year between 2011 and 2013.