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Electronic G2P Payments: Evidence from Four Lower-Income Countries

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This CGAP Focus Note presents the evidence gained from a comprehensive study of the experiences in developing and implementing e-payment schemes linked to financial inclusion in four lower-income countries – Haiti, Kenya, the Philippines, and Uganda. The research aimed to uncover (i) the development and evolution of the program; (ii) the current delivery and payment process(es); (iii) the costs and benefits to programs and providers of using e-payments; and (iv) the experiences of e-payment recipients and staff at the field level.

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