Maya Declaration: The AFI member commitment to financial inclusion
What is the Maya Declaration?
The Maya Declaration is the first global and measurable set of commitments by developing and emerging country governments to unlock the economic and social potential of the 2.5 billion ‘unbanked’ people through greater financial inclusion. More than 90 such countries – representing more than 75 percent of the world’s unbanked population – have supported the Declaration. Each country makes measurable commitments in four broad areas that have been proven to increase financial inclusion.
- Create an enabling environment to harness new technology that increases access to and lowers the costs of financial services;
- Implement a proportional framework that advances synergies in financial inclusion, integrity, and stability;
- Integrate consumer protection and empowerment as a key pillar of financial inclusion;
- Utilize data for informed policymaking and tracking results.
Maya Declaration Advocacy Toolkit
This toolkit is designed to provide useful resources to help raise greater awareness and further promote the Maya Declaration.
The toolkit includes:
- Maya Declaration Factsheet: A quick guide to the Maya Declaration;
- Maya Declaration and Sasana Accord texts;
- Maya Declaration Logo: A high resolution logo that can be shared in your institution website to highlight your commitment to financial inclusion;
- Institutional Commitments to the Maya Declaration: Commitments made by AFI member institutions;
- Presentation Template: A customizable presentation highlighting key facts on the Maya Declaration and institutional commitment;
- Annual Progress Reports: Annual reports that capture AFI member institutions’ achievement and progresses towards meeting their commitments;
- Articles and Quotes: Relevant publications and quotes on the Maya Declaration.
Maya Declaration Commitments