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Clean Energy Lending Toolkit

The Clean Energy Lending Toolkit (CELT) describes procedures and shares case studies to help the financial industry determine the profitability and viability of lending to consumers, small and medium-sized enterprises, energy companies and project implementers.

Resource: Savings Evidence Map

This post introduces a resource from The Mango Tree that is designed to help stakeholders navigate evidence and potential gaps related to savings programs for financial inclusion.

CGAP Smallholder Families Data Hub

Check out this resource from The Consultative Group to Assist the Poor (CGAP), a global partnership of organizations seeking to advance financial inclusion. These interactive dashboards provide easy access to data drawn from six countries.

The Inclusive Business Scan

Rikolto, with support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, has developed the Inclusive Business Scan (powered by SenseMaker) to organize real-time feedback on inclusive business in smallholder supply chains.

Facilitating Behavior Change Through Market Systems Virtual Conference

Changing behaviors — especially multiple behaviors across market actors — can be challenging. Predictably, this means complex market systems are also difficult to transform. If we want to change individual behaviors across the market system to alleviate poverty, where do we even begin? On May 3, 2017, ACDI/VOCA’s virtual conference “Facilitating Behavior Change: Social and Behavior Change and Market Systems” introduced methodologies to these still rarely combined approaches.

Digital Financial Services for Agriculture: Opportunities in Bangladesh

This infographic outlines some of the key opportunities for introducing digital financial services to agricultural value chain actors in Bangladesh. It is based on findings from a more detailed assessment entitled Integrating Digital Financial Services into Agricultural Value Chains: A Bangladesh Market Landscape Assessment. 

Mobile Financial Services Comparison Chart (Bangladesh)

As of February 2016, there were a total of 18 mobile financial services (MFS) providers operational in Bangladesh. Between them, there are more than 33.98 million registered accounts, with over 41% active accounts transacting an average of BDT 5.52 billion (~ US$70 million) each day through the mobile channel. With mobile financial services (aka mobile money) increasingly becoming a viable transaction channel for USAID implementing partners and their stakeholders, this document provides a comparison of pricing, services, and coverage of nine of the leading MFS providers.

Mobile Money Training Flipcharts for Farmers

Written in Bangla, these Training Flipcharts provide an overview of the benefits and advantages of using mobile money. They were developed by USAID's AIN project to train farmers in the Khulna region. The technical content has been field-tested and was written for rural farmers who may not grasp complex terminology. For example, the text is brief and large to help trainees better remember the training content. The flipcharts also include diagrams that illustrate how to navigate bKash on mobile phones.