Published on September 1, 2015

Quarterly newsletter – Issue 33


We are pleased to share the third edition of our 2015 quarterly newsletter.

In this issue:

  • Our main feature highlights a study which shows that savings groups continue to be an important tool for financial inclusion in Kenya.
  • Applying a market-based approach to the BRAC model to promote sustainable social transfers to the poor.
  • Consumers and providers anticipate lower inter-bank switching costs.
  • Financial inclusion reaches new heights as DFS agents overcome the challenges of doing business.
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