financial inclusion

Hassan purchases using the iAFFORD PayMaya prepaid card
A year after armed conflict broke out in Marawi City, the pursuit of recovery remains a long-term endeavor. Around 230,000 people, who are mostly small traders and vendors, remain displaced and are still struggling to recover their lost properties and livelihoods.
Australian Ambassador to the Philippines H.E. Amanda Gorely led the awarding of the Google Impact Challenge "Technology Against Poverty" Prize to Oxfam's I AFFORD Project. Joining the launch were partners from Visa and PayMaya, represented by Stuart Tomlinson (Country Manager from Philippines and Guam, Visa) and Paolo Azzola (Managing Director and COO, PayMaya).
The Australian Government in partnership with Google.org has awarded the Google Impact Challenge “Technology Against Poverty” Prize to Oxfam. The Challenge is conducted worldwide to support local non-profit innovators to use technology to solve key social and development problems...
Oxfam and Visa push for better disaster preparedness through financial inclusion
As the monsoon season starts to rip through the country, international humanitarian aid organization Oxfam and global electronic payments leader Visa come together to call for wider financial inclusion that will help improve disaster preparedness and recovery among poor and vulnerable communities.
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