Developing a financial inclusion strategy: 5 lessons from Paraguay
February 25, 2016 Editor 0
But expanding financial inclusion nationally requires a well-coordinated effort among different stakeholders.
A recent World Bank and FIRST Initiative project in Paraguay has taught us 5 important lessons about developing a national financial inclusion strategy: Getting the process of developing a financial inclusion strategy right is key to success when implementing reforms later.
While we’ve published these tips for financial policymakers as part of FIRST Initiative’s Lessons Learned Series, here’s a quick summary of Paraguay’s experience.
- How can we leverage digital technology for financial inclusion?
- The Gender Gap in Access to Finance
- Why are payment services essential for financial inclusion?
- Financial Inclusion Targets and Transformational Change
- Visualizing Financial Inclusion (and Shaping It)
- Championing interoperability for financial inclusion: carrot or stick?
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