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e-Payments Snapshot: Concern Worldwide Malawi

An ePayment Snapshot about Concern Worldwide in Malawi, and their experience adopting e-payments as one of three small grant recipients from the Electronic Payment Implementation and Evaluation Grants Program in 2013 facilitated by USAID and NetHope.

Bringing Competitors Together for Financial Inclusion

In the competitive markets of banking and mobile communication, a remarkable collaboration is helping deliver the promise of mobile money to Malawi with assistance from FHI 360’s Mobile Money Accelerator Program (MMAP).

Mentoring and Belonging

"Mentoring and Belonging" was presented under the Gender track at the 2013 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Conference. Abigail Kaindu and Catherine Boyce from Camfed share how mentoring and coaching enhances young people’s economic participation.

CARE’s Pathways to Empowerment

CARE’s Pathways program is based on the conviction that women farmers possess enormous potential to contribute to long-term food security for their families and substantially impact nutritional outcomes in sustainable ways.

ICT and AG Profile: Agro-Tech

This profile discusses Agro-Tech Limited, a private firm that provides a suite of agriculture data management services and systems customized to the needs of their clients.

Taking Stock: Financial Education Initiatives for the Poor

The aim of the “Taking Stock: Financial Education Initiatives for the Poor” report is to understand the landscape of financial education programmes for low-income households, what works in financial education programmes for these households, and why.

Growth is Good, but is Not Enough to Improve Nutrition

This brief of a longer paper presents several important findings of relevance to value chain programs.  First, work in the agricultural sector will have a greater impact on nutrition at higher levels of poverty but becomes less important as it declines, when the development of other sectors will be more important to nutritional gains.  Second, economic growth alone is insufficient to address all aspects of child malnutrition and micronutrient deficiencies.  Examples of Malawi and Yemen illustrate how the development of agricultural value chains that would be appropriate in th