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High-Saving Youth in Smallholder Households: An Untapped Market

Financial service providers can leverage the strong savings habits of youth in smallholder families and their access to mobile phones to develop digital products that better meet their needs and aspirations.
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Executive Summary – CGAP National Surveys of Smallholder Households

Each short section in this summary complements CGAP data and insights for each country and addresses what the data tells us and what this means for FSPs and others.
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Financial Innovation for Smallholder Families: Lessons from CGAP's Partnerships with Providers

CGAP's approach to understanding how financial service providers can more effectively serve smallholder families includes understanding smallholder demand for financial services and driving innovation in financial products, services, and practices.
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A Digital Credit Revolution: Insights from Kenya and Tanzania

To identify who is using digital credit, the purposes for which it is used, and the risks borrowers experience, CGAP, FSD Kenya, and FSD Tanzania undertook the first large-scale surveys dedicated to these topics. 
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Greta Bull on CGAP’s New Strategy

Greta Bull, CEO of CGAP, discusses CGAP's new strategy and its vision for the future.
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A Digital Credit Revolution: Insights from Borrowers in Kenya and Tanzania

To identify who is using digital credit, the purposes for which it is used, and the risks borrowers experience, CGAP, FSD Kenya, and FSD Tanzania undertook the first large-scale surveys dedicated to these topics.
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Module 1: Introduction to Behavioral Policymaking

This course comprises four short learning modules that connect behavioral concepts to consumer protection priorities policy makers face and share use cases from policy makers across the globe.
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Digital Credit Market Monitoring in Tanzania

Transactional and demographic data on over 20 million digital loans in Tanzania paints a first-of-its-kind picture of the digital credit market, revealing troubling rates of delinquency and default and suggesting that funders should place greater emphasis on consumer protection.
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A Market Systems Approach to Financial Inclusion

A market systems approach to financial inclusion means considering all aspects of a market system, and working to break down barriers that exclude the poor by nudging market actors to take up missing or weak functions in the market.