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Oct. 25, 2016

MAP was launched in Zimbabwe in June 2015. MAP seeks to advance financial inclusion and supports expanding access to an appropriate portfolio of financial services for individuals and micro-and small-businesses that are either underserved or un-served. MAP focuses on interventions by Government, the Private Sector and other stakeholders that seek to enhance Financial Inclusion and Access-to-Financial services (ATF) by the marginalised population. In March 2016, MAP Implementation Roadmap was presented to stakeholders.

Jul. 14, 2016

This roadmap document is produced as part of a series of documents in the Making Access Possible (MAP) Malawi initiative.

Jun. 03, 2016

The MAP Global Insights series consolidates and synthesises the learnings from MAP across the MAP pilot countries. The first of the MAP Global Insights products comprises five thematic cross-country notes plus a concluding note, based on the initial round of findings from the country diagnostic studies, which have been conducted in Thailand, Myanmar, Swaziland, Mozambique, Lesotho and Malawi. 

Jun. 03, 2016

The MAP Global Insights series consolidates and synthesises the learnings from MAP across the MAP pilot countries. The first of the MAP Global Insights products comprises five thematic cross-country notes plus a concluding note, based on the initial round of findings from the country diagnostic studies, which have been conducted in Thailand, Myanmar, Swaziland, Mozambique, Lesotho and Malawi. 

Mar. 03, 2016

This Diagnostic report presents a comprehensive analysis of the financial inclusion environment in Swaziland as part of the Making Access Possible (MAP) Swaziland initiative. MAP will be used to inform the Swazi government’s approach to financial inclusion. In October 2012, the Ministry of Finance formally requested FinMark Trust’s support for its ongoing financial inclusion agenda.

Mar. 03, 2016

This Roadmap is a document produced as part of a series of documents in the Making Access Possible (MAP) Swaziland initiative. MAP Swaziland was requested by the Government of Swaziland as input towards the development of a financial inclusion strategy for Swaziland.

Mar. 03, 2016

This Roadmap is part of a series of documents produced in the Making Access Possible (MAP) Myanmar initiative. Preparation for MAP Myanmar was approved by the President of the Union of Myanmar in January 2013. The programme has been developed by United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) in close cooperation with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).

Mar. 03, 2016

This Synthesis note summarises the main findings of the Making Access Possible (MAP) Lesotho Diagnostic Report. The implementation of MAP in Lesotho was officially requested in August 2013 by The Government of Lesotho, via the Ministry of Finance. The MAP project is formally hosted by the Ministry of Finance, with the cooperation of the Central Bank of Lesotho. MAP Lesotho is funded by FinMark Trust.

Mar. 03, 2016

This roadmap document is produced as part of a series of documents in the Making Access Possible (MAP) Lesotho initiative. MAP Lesotho was conducted as a result of a formal request by the Government of Lesotho, via the Ministry of Finance in August 2013. The MAP project is formally hosted by the Ministry of Finance, with the cooperation of the Central Bank of Lesotho.

Feb. 26, 2016

The MAP Global Insights series attempts to consolidate and synthesise the learnings from MAP across the MAP pilot countries. The first of the MAP Global Insights products comprises five thematic cross- country notes, based on the initial round of findings from the country diagnostic studies, which have been conducted in Thailand, Myanmar, Swaziland, Mozambique, Lesotho and Malawi.

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