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The Potential of PAYGo for Achieving Water and Sanitation for All (SDG 6)

To “ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all (SDG 6),” water service providers need to innovate and adapt successful service models from other sectors. Launched on World Water Day, March 22, FIBR’s PAYGo Water Brief explores how digital … Continue reading →

FIBR in 2018: how might a more digital world help MSMEs and PAYGo providers grow?

FIBR is an initiative of BFA Global in partnership with Mastercard Foundation to create new ways to connect low-income populations to financial services that meet their needs. We are working with MSMEs and PAYGo providers as the points of service … Continue reading →

FIBR – How can data help PAYGo providers better serve and retain customers?

FIBR, a program of BFA Global and Mastercard Foundation, is working with Off-Grid Electric’s (OGE) operations teams to execute pilots and sales experiments to field-test optimized product offerings, incentives, and interventions. In extending financial services to low-income customers, our engagement … Continue reading →

Why is FIBR working with PAYGo and MSMEs in particular?

BFA Global uses its proprietary analytics and tools to guide businesses on strategies to pursue in the digital era, providing evidence-based insights on top line (revenue potential, pricing and channel development) and bottom line (costing and efficiency). This includes research … Continue reading →

What are some of the AI gallery applications for PAYGo providers?

BFA Global uses its proprietary analytics and tools to guide businesses on strategies to pursue in the digital era, providing evidence-based insights on top line (revenue potential, pricing and channel development) and bottom line (costing and efficiency). This includes research … Continue reading →

How can AI help PAYGo providers better target customers?

BFA Global uses its proprietary analytics and tools to guide businesses on strategies to pursue in the digital era, providing evidence-based insights on top line (revenue potential, pricing and channel development) and bottom line (costing and efficiency). This includes research … Continue reading →