Tag: Bangladesh

Improving Financial Health of People in Bangladesh
Financial Health |

Improving Financial Health of People in Bangladesh

OPTIX worked with SAJIDA Foundation, a microfinance institution in Bangladesh, whose low-income customers were looking for a reliable credit...

By BFA GLOBAL
The OPTIX Impact
Digital Financial Services |

The OPTIX Impact

Financial institutions around the world are serving a new wave of customers, and serving the previously unserved and underserved...

By BFA GLOBAL
SAJIDA Foundation Digital Onboarding Experience Demo
Financial Health |

SAJIDA Foundation Digital Onboarding Experience Demo

SAJIDA Foundation is a non-profit providing microfinance services to low-income customers in Bangladesh. Customers are able to borrow from...

By BFA GLOBAL
Pioneering Cashless Microfinance in Bangladesh
Digital Financial Services |

Pioneering Cashless Microfinance in Bangladesh

As part of the OPTIX project, funded by MetLife Foundation and run by BFA Global, SAJIDA started exploring options...

By BFA GLOBAL
‘Cross-sell Done Well’: How One Finance App Found a Balance Between Digital and Human Touch

‘Cross-sell Done Well’: How One Finance App Found a Balance Between Digital and Human Touch

  Field officers at Sajida Foundation, an NGO and microfinance provider in Bangladesh, are constantly on the go. They...

By Ashirul Amin
Is Mobile Money Killing Off the Group Microfinance Model (And Would That Be Such a Bad Thing)?
Digital Financial Services |

Is Mobile Money Killing Off the Group Microfinance Model (And Would That Be Such a Bad Thing)?

  In the summer of 2017, SAJIDA Foundation, an NGO and microfinance provider in Bangladesh, made a bold decision...

By Ashirul Amin
How SAJIDA Foundation Practically Doubled Customer Uptake of Savings Accounts Using Evidence-Based Redesign
Financial Health |

How SAJIDA Foundation Practically Doubled Customer Uptake of Savings Accounts Using Evidence-Based Redesign

Afsana works at a garment factory in Dhaka and has two young daughters. She recently opened an Astha term...

By Ashirul Amin