Good bye, Abed Bhai

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The pensive, thoughtful man of few words This blog I am specifically writing for my staff, all the field workers and even respondents. I realize that as the Managing Director of L-IFT my role is to provide you with the … Continued

Faith Oriaze; a Data Volunteer’s experience

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It all began when I was selected to be part of ‘youth saving diaries’ project that was conducted by L-IFT from November 2019 to February 2019 in Nigeria. One of the researchers visited me weekly to ask me questions about … Continued

My first 5 years with L-IFT

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Recently, I received congratulating messages on LinkedIn for my 5th year anniversary working with L-IFT. This made me realize how time just flies when you are enjoying what you do and have wonderful colleagues. I joined L-IFT when it was … Continued

A Gentleman in Iganga

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The story of Joshua, now one of our supervisors, represents the success that L-IFT has had in improving the lives of many of our respondents and researchers alike. Through working with and for L-IFT, Joshua has managed to grow financially, … Continued

In what type of households do young people live: Household size and household composition of participants in Youth Saving Diaries Study (Nigeria, Morocco and Senegal)

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Often when we study young people’s financial behaviour, we may not take into account the family composition that potentially could influence their financial behaviour and decisions. L-IFT conducted a diaries study on ‘young people’s saving’ focusing on young people aged … Continued

“Signal signal, where are you?”

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Our very first researcher team in Kayin Myanmar, where we are piloting the use of our L-IFT App, the Finbit, together with the Cordaid team. The researchers interview members of saving groups about their income and expenditures every other week. … Continued

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