Case Studies, It is Not Easy to Write Good Ones

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Case studies, case studies…. Ever since I started working on financial inclusion, clients required case studies as part of the deliverables. Whether conducting a study, an evaluation, a mid-term review, or developing program design, we almost always had to write … Continued

Data as a Utility

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‘Utility Services’ is a chic word to describe things like electricity, piped drinking water, and other basic services, generally provided by the municipality or other government institutions. When I was young, the postal services and some banking services (postal savings … Continued

Learning from Asking Questions II

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  L-IFT was founded in 2015 and actually the reason we found it was because the Mastercard Foundation wanted us to conduct a diary study with young people, called Livelihoods Diaries. At the end of this diaries studies, I think … Continued

Savings Channeled Through Different Tools

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Comparison of preferred saving tools used by corner shops across different countries in Africa – Mali, Nigeria, Senegal, Uganda, and Zimbabwe In this blog, we will explore the types of savings tools that corner shops choose to utilize over others in … Continued

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