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Over-indebtedness of microfinance clients

Since 2008, MFC has studied drivers and deterrents of client over-indebtedness through annual MFI mapping studies and targeted country studies Our work reveals worrying trends around the scale of multiple borrowing and cross-borrowing from different financial institutions. The major lessons emerging include: Key drivers of repayment problems: Number of loans: clients with multiple loans are more likely delay payments Loan ...

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Measuring Access to Finance: Developing Evidence-Based Access Policies in Belarus

The project was initiated and managed by the National Bank of Belarus in cooperation with other government agencies and funded by the Alliance for Financial Inclusion (AFI). As part of this project, MFC developed Access to Finance Scorecard(AFS) to capture diverse aspects of access and usage into a comprehensive tool to measure inclusion. The framework equips national-level stakeholders with data to ...

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Overview of the State of Financial Inclusion in Turkey

The project entitled: “Overview of the state of financial inclusion in Turkey” carried out in 2014 was the first initiative to aggregate already available data on access and use of financial services in Turkey to present a more comprehensive picture of the actual state of financial inclusion. The project was funded by MetLife Foundation. Project results “Measuring Financial Inclusion in Turkey” briefing ...

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Measuring Access to Finance: Developing Evidence-Based Access Policies in Poland

The objective of the project carried out in 2014 was to support the consultative process towards improving financial inclusion with comprehensive research evidence on the state of financial inclusion. The project was funded by MetLife Foundation. Read more about our approach here  (in Polish) Project results “Financial Inclusion of Individuals in Poland” – full text in Polish, executive summary in English “Financial Inclusion of ...

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