Amplifying the voice of network members is pivotal to the global discourse on financial inclusion policies, in finding solutions to its challenges and enabling greater visibility and prominence. New insight based on the practical implementation of high-impact policies from across the network accelerate the achievement of global financial inclusion goals, particularly in cross-cutting thematic areas such as gender, green and digital technology.

The network’s experiences in providing and implementing guidance requires global support to act as a catalyst for enhanced collaboration in tackling the complex challenges facing members and the wider financial inclusion community. Furthermore, financial inclusion policies must be in line with international financial standards to further accelerate effective long-term achievements.

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AFI publishes financial inclusion regulatory and policy guidance based on peer learning, cooperation and a bottom-up approach.

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This policy framework provides regulatory and policy approaches recommended to advance the youth financial inclusion agenda.
This special report examines how central banks and other financial regulatory institutions are involved in efforts to green the financial system through provision policies.
The purpose of this toolkit is to assist AFI members to conceptualize and design risk-sharing facilities  to encourage formal financial institutions to finance women entrepreneurs and women-led MSMEs
Provides complete policy guidance and regulatory framework for data privacy for digital financial services (DP4DFS).
This case study shares the collaborative and inter-agency support leading to the growth of the MSME sector, and its available financing, of the Republic of Belarus.
This report proposes a first approach to collecting IGF related data from the demand-side, which is necessary to assess the needs of vulnerable populations, potential economic impacts of climate events and help policymakers drive effective policy interventions.

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