Just over three years ago, I found myself in a developing country managing a project that would help about 350,000 poor people save money.
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The following post was created from a new case study written by researchers at Grameen Foundation India and edited by Kimberly Davies. Cross-posted from NextBillion.net
Jacobo Menajovsky, Senior Data Analyst – Grameen Foundation Cross-posted from the Institute For Money, Technology & Financial Inclusion
Cross-posted from the Institute For Money, Technology & Financial Inclusion
While “mobile money” is a common term, the reality is that money programs vary across regions and between implementing partners, mobile money products are not all the same, and the clients who use them vary. That said, we have found a number of “dos” and “don’ts” that apply for all microfinance-related mobile financial services (MFS) programs. Microfinance institutions (MFIs) should consider the following tips as they roll out and tweak their mobile financial services programs.