In L-IFT podcast #4, Andrew Magunda, L-IFT’s country manager in Uganda, is interviewing Haimanot Yibeltal, L-IFT’s technology manager, about Finbit, L-IFT’s app he developed with his excellent IT team in Ethiopia in order to collect financial data.
For some years now, L-IFT has developed an app named Finbit. The app is now in use. We use it for financial diaries data collection. But the app is also intended for the respondents themselves, to use for their own … Continued
For more than five years L-IFT has been active on financial diaries studies. In the process of this research we came to understand that potentially the data from financial diaries can serve many organisations – almost all organisations can benefit. … Continued
My name is Rachael Dusio. I am from South Sudan. I have a BA from Makerere University, Uganda in English Literature. I have been teaching in many schools from 2004 up to 2014 in Uganda, Sudan and South Sudan. I … Continued
The Financial literacy training in Kiryandongo started on the 10th August 2020 conducted in different sessions; consisting of about 15 participants in each of the sessions. The first session and the days of the training were scheduled by the participants … Continued
Last year I was part of a team that conducted a Financial Diaries study of young people in Morocco, Nigeria and Senegal as part of comprehensive research on “Young People in Africa” that was conducted on behalf of the Scale2Save Programme— a partnership between … Continued
The story so far These blogs offer a running commentary on how 60 low-income households in central Bangladesh who volunteer as ‘diarists’ in our daily financial diary project have coped with the pandemic. The first blog in this series was written just after a … Continued
My name is Hategekimana Innocent. I am 25 years old. I am from Congo. 13 years ago I came to the Nakivale Refugee Settlement with my family and I live with my parents, two sisters and one brother. My education … Continued