Tag: Ghana

The iWorker Project – Country Diagnostic Report: Ghana

iWorkers are a new category of workers – people whose livelihoods are enabled by digital commerce platforms where they...

How to design PAYGo operational models to improve repayment

There has been a lot of work exploring why some pay-as-you-go (PAYGo) solar customers stop paying after they are...

The power of flexibility: How innovative payment models can expand access to energy services

In the past eight years, over 10 million people in emerging economies have acquired modern energy for the first...

Why Alternative Lending Struggles to Scale in Emerging Markets

And What Fintech Companies Can Do About It     During the past 10 years, the US, the UK...

How Do We Increase Trust and Engagement in the Low-Income Customer’s Journey?

A Holistic Service Blueprint for Financial Services       In today’s radically changing business landscape, the customer experience...

How Can Insurance Help Smallholder Farmers?

Catalyst Fund Learning Agenda Series #3, WorldCover   The Reality of the Low Income Customer   Robert is a...

How Favorable is the Environment for Inclusive Fintech in Ghana?

(Authored by Brendan Ahern)     The FIBR (Financial Inclusion on Business Runways) project is an action research project...

What does Inclusive Fintech Look Like in Ghana?

Introducing FIBR Partners, Farmerline, IT Consortium and Nomanini       FIBR, or Financial Inclusion on Business Runways is...

Does the Environment in Ghana Really Enable Inclusive Fintech?

    By David Porteous , CEO at BFA   Ghana seems to be an exciting place for fintech...

Rethinking Financial Inclusion Through Small Businesses and their Smartphones

How FIBR combines low-income customer’s relationships with local businesses, emerging data captured through smartphones, and a broader set of...