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  • Read these six facts about mobile money in Bangladesh from the second year of FII research

Putting the User Front and Center

The Financial Inclusion Insights program produces original data and practical knowledge on demand-side trends in mobile money and other digital financial services.

FII research focuses on how people can access and use these services to improve their lives and livelihoods. The FII research effort currently covers eight countries in Africa and Asia with a combined population of more than two billion: Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Pakistan, Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania and Uganda.

FII is led by InterMedia and supported by the Financial Services for the Poor program at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

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Pathways into the consumer credit market: New research released by Omidyar Network and InterMedia


G2P Needs to Work for the Consumer

At InterMedia, the only thing we like more than conducting important research is presenting our findings – especially to those who can use our insights to advance their missions to improve people’s lives around the world. That is why I welcomed the opportunity to present findings from InterMedia’s Financial Inclusion Insights (FII) program to participants in the World Economic Forum’s recent conference in Cape Town, South Africa.

FII Indonesia: Women farmers in Indonesia a valuable target group for building to inclusion

Indonesia’s agricultural sector accounts for more than 14 percent of the country’s GDP,and agricultural workers are disproportionately impoverished compared to the rest of the nation. Nearly 80 percent of adults working in agriculture live on less than $2.50/a day, compared with 57 percent of those working outside of agriculture. Women farmers face even greater barriers to breaking out of poverty than do male farmers or Indonesian adults outside of agriculture. How and why should stakeholders advance their inclusion?