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Madagascar Note de Synthese 2018 – 2022 (Français)

Dans le contexte malagasy, l’inclusion financière est définie comme « l’accès et l’utilisation pour tous les segments de la population malgache de produits et services financiers adaptés et de proximité, dont l’épargne, l’assurance, le paiement et le crédit, offerts par des institutions pérennes ». A Madagascar, comme dans d’autres pays, le secteur financier joue un […]

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Madagascar Synthesis 2018 – 2022 Report – Summar...

In Madagascar’s case, financial inclusion is defined as « the easy access to and use of adapted financial products and services by all segments of the Malagasy population, including savings, insurance, payment and credit, offered by sustainable institutions ». In Madagascar, as in other countries, the financial sector has a particularly important role to play […]

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Strategie Nationale D’Inclusion Financiere a Madagascar 20...

Dans le contexte malagasy, l’inclusion financière est définie comme « l’accès et l’utilisation pour tous les segments de la population malgache de produits et services financiers adaptés et de proximité, dont l’épargne, l’assurance, le paiement et le crédit, offerts par des institutions pérennes ». A Madagascar, comme dans d’autres pays, le secteur financier joue un […]

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National Financial Inclusion Strategy of Madagascar 2018-202...

In Madagascar, financial inclusion is defined as « the easy access to and use of adapted financial products and services by all segments of the Malagasy population, including savings, insurance, payment and credit, offered by sustainable institutions ». As in other countries, the financial sector in Madagascar has a particularly important role to play in […]

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Madagascar MAP Roadmap 2018 – 2022 Report

This roadmap document is produced as part of a series of documents in the Making Access Possible (MAP) Madagascar initiative. MAP Madagascar has been rolled out under the guidance of the MAP steering committee chaired by the Treasury department of the Ministry of Finance and Budget. The steering committee includes representatives from government, regulators, private […]

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Madagascar MAP Diagnostic 2017 Report

Making Access Possible (MAP) is a multi-country initiative to support financial inclusion through a process of evidence-based country diagnostic and stakeholder dialogue, leading to the development of national financial inclusion roadmaps that identify key drivers of financial inclusion and recommended action. Through its design, MAP seeks to strengthen and focus the domestic development dialogue on […]

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FinScope Madagascar Financial Literacy 2016 Dashboard (Frenc...

La majorité des adultes (57%) ont atteint le niveau d’enseignement primaire ou moins. Le niveau d’éducation a des répercussions sur l’éducation financière. Les systèmes d’éducation formelle améliorent les aptitudes en calcul et de compréhension. Ces aptitudes incluent la prise de conscience générale des produits financiers formels, comment ces produits fonctionnent, et incluent les compétences telles […]

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FinScope Madagascar Financial Literacy 2016 Dashboard (Engli...

The majority of adults (57%) have primary education or less. The level of education has implications on financial literacy. Formal education systems provide numeracy and comprehension skills. This includes a general awareness of formal financial products, how they work and skills such as budgeting. The implicit knowledge gained from educational systems also improves the comprehension […]

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FinScope Madagascar Agriculture 2016 Dashboard (English)

About three in five adults (6.8 million) rely on farming as source of income. This translates to 71% of Malagasy households. Only 9% of the adult population depends on farming to supplement their main income source indicating limited livelihood diversification. About 435 000 adults mainly rely on farm work and wages. Of the 71% of […]

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FinScope Madagascar Agriculture 2016 Dashboard (French)

About three in five adults (6.8 million) rely on farming as source of income. This translates to 71% of Malagasy households. Only 9% of the adult population depends on farming to supplement their main income source indicating limited livelihood diversification. About 435 000 adults mainly rely on farm work and wages. Of the 71% of […]

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FinScope Consumer Survey Madagascar Pocket Guide (French)

The Malagasy economy is not diversified and economic growth is focused on a few sectors and regions qualified as growth poles due to their high population density, proximity of major projects and their access to markets. Many regions where the poverty rates are high, have low priorities in development programs and weakened economic performance. The […]

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FinScope Consumer Survey Madagascar Pocket Guide (English)

The Malagasy economy is not diversified and economic growth is focused on a few sectors and regions qualified as growth poles due to their high population density, proximity of major projects and their access to markets. Many regions where the poverty rates are high, have low priorities in development programs and weakened economic performance. The […]

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Results from FinScope Consumer Survey Madagascar 2016

Antananarivo, 11 November 2016. FinMark Trust released the results of the first FinScope Consumer Survey Madagascar today. The FinScope Survey, developed by FinMark Trust, is a research tool to assess financial access in a country and to identify the constraints that prevent financial service providers from reaching the financially under- and un-served people. The FinScope Survey […]

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FinScope Consumer Survey Madagascar 2016 Presentation

The objectives of the FinScope Madagascar 2016 are: To describe the levels of financial inclusion (i.e. levels of access to financial products and services ?both formal and informal To describe the landscape of access (i.e. the type of products and services used by financially included individuals) To identify the drivers of, and barriers to financial […]

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Agricultural Subsidies in SADC Countries

FinMark Trust has commissioned this research as part of its broader mandate to improve financial inclusion of the poor. In this case, given the significance of the agricultural sector in most Southern African Development Community (SADC) countries, the stated purpose has been to assist SADC and SADC states to make informed decisions regarding the payment […]

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Evaluation of retirement systems of countries within Souther...

This study examined the retirement systems of Madagascar with a view to drawing lessons from their experiences in addressing old age provision both from government pension schemes and informal mechanisms developed by their communities. Pension systems and long term savings of a nation’s citizens provide the prospect of a secure retirement and the support of […]

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