The Dynamic Nature of the Haitian Sòl

By Aaron Steinberg During the winter of 2019–2020, I interviewed two first-generation Haitian immigrants, both men in their twenties. We

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Mobile Money and Financial Inclusion of Refugees in Jordan – Hope or Hype?

In recent years, but especially since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, governments worldwide have increased policy support for digital financial services with the aims of making payments more efficient and making banking safer while formalizing large informal sectors. To this end, payment fees have been waived and financial service providers have been allowed to onboard new customers remotely.

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Following where Community-Driven Organizations Lead: Lessons for strengthening refugee financial integration

By Julie Zollman and Kim Wilson “We have many people with a broken heart because of their history. So, we

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