digital financial inclusion

House-to-house card distribution in Brgy. Bugak (Photo: Myleen Ogana/PDRRN)
Initial evidence from the B-READY (Building Resilient, Adaptive andDisaster Ready Communities) Project indicates that strategic investments in preparedness activities could result in lesser spending on recovery efforts, as well as improve the disaster-vulnerable population’s capacity to manage...
Local humanitarian actors are on the brink of what could be a revolutionary movement in the global humanitarian space, which is still dominated by huge and powerful international players. In the Philippines, this movement started way before the Typhoon Haiyan catastrophe of 2013. For many...
Twelve months since the Inclusive and Affordable Financial Facilities for Resilient and Developed Filipinos (IAFFORD) project was implemented in Brgy.103-Palanog, Tacloban City, Leyte, several families are now wiser in terms of planning for their financial security. They have gained discipline in...
In a covered court in the middle of a rice field in Tacloban City, Philippines, cooperative banker-development worker Ramil Boniel is helping Oxfam award insurance plans to families, many of whom were displaced by Super Typhoon Yolanda in 2013. The insurance plans are incentives for members who...
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