Partnership for Financial Inclusion: Our Videos

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How to deal with ADC risk?

Alternative delivery channels bring great opportunities for the expansion of financial inclusion, but also new risks. How do a diverse set of financial service providers deal with these risks? We brought a few together to discuss and offer pointers for the future.

Banking on small-scale farmers

Only 5 percent of small-scale farmers in Tanzania have access to loans from formal financial service providers, yet subsistence farming is the mainstay of the economy. A new product developed by AccessBank is breaking new ground.

New Rural Loans Help Grow Livelihoods for Small-Scale Farmers in Tanzania 

Milika and Thomas are small scale farmers in Tanzania’s Kahama district, who were granted a loan as part of AccessBank Tanzania’s new agricultural loan pilot. Learn how they invested their loan, and what their plans are for the future.

   

How can you tell if a Micro-loan really makes a Difference

Craig Tower, Senior Researcher at Microfinance Opportunities, explains how innovative research methods were used to assess the benefits of an agri-loan pilot program to AccessBank Tanzania and to the borrowers.

Why not Lend to Small-holder farmers?

Listen to Salbhe Mgonja, loan officer at AccessBank Tanzania, talk about how he selects the farmers who will receive an agricultural loan and how his own background makes him just right for the job.

Breaking free of the Branch

Alternative Delivery Channels offer great opportunities for the expansion of microfinance to the previously unbanked. But how do you do it? In this video, we share some of our lessons learned from working with microfinance clients in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Financial Inclusion at the Fingertip

Employing an innovative business model of agent banking and biometric technology, microfinance bank FINCA is bringing formal financial services to the poor in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

What is the path ahead for financial inclusion in Africa?

Industry experts and practitioners at the Partnership for Financial Inclusion 2014 Event offer their varied views.

What is the most important innovation in the field of financial inclusion?

Industry experts and practitioners at the Partnership for Financial Inclusion 2014 Event offer their varied views.

What is the most important innovation in the field of financial inclusion?

Industry experts and practitioners at the Partnership for Financial Inclusion 2014 Event offer their varied views.

What is the impact of current developments in the industry on your company?

Industry experts and practitioners at the Partnership for Financial Inclusion 2014 Event offer their varied experiences.




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