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Use of spatial data to increase financial inclusion in Tanza...

LOCATION MATTERS – GIS IN FINANCIAL INCLUSION WORKSHOP Insight2Impact (i2i) an initiative of FinMark Trust in collaboration with Cenfri hosted a workshop on Location Matters: GIS in Financial Inclusion from 22-23 July 2015. This two day workshop in Johannesburg, South Africa, focused on how organisations, in particular Financial Sector Deepening Trusts (FSDs) and their partners, […]

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Financial access maps – Tanzania

LOCATION MATTERS – GIS IN FINANCIAL INCLUSION WORKSHOP FinMark Trust in collaboration with Cenfri hosted a workshop on Location Matters: GIS in Financial Inclusion from 22-23 July 2015. This two day workshop in Johannesburg, South Africa, focused on how organisations, in particular Financial Sector Deepening Trusts (FSDs) and their partners, can use geographic information systems […]

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Microfinance regulatory and policy assessment in SADC –...

The levels of financial inclusion in SADC vary significantly due to the contrasting levels of economic and financial sector development across the fifteen countries. Similarly, microfinance also has varying degrees of penetration. In some countries, microfinance is the primary means of delivering financial services to the masses while in others, which might have a more […]

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Tanzania access to insurance diagnostic study – Contex...

This is a series of 8 documents that together comprise the findings of the Tanzanian Access to Insurance Diagnostic. The series consists of one headline findings summary and seven input documents, each focusing on a specific thematic area, that build up the evidence base to the headline findings. Document 2 outlines the macroeconomic, socio-economic, political […]

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Evaluation of retirement systems of countries within Souther...

This study examined the retirement systems of all countries in the SADC region 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 […]

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