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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Venezuelan Migrants in Ecuador and Underground Remittances

This talk by Natalia Espinosa Tokuhama briefly touches on the socio-economic and political history of the Central America, discusses the mechanics of the remittances scheme, and gives an overview of migrant financial health in Quito.

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Supporting the Financial Health of Refugees: The Finance in Displacement (FIND) Study in Uganda and Mexico

By Karen Jacobsen and Kim Wilson One of the biggest challenges facing refugees and migrants is navigating the livelihoods and

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“There’s (Not) an App for That”: Taking a Hard Look at the “App-ification” of Migration and the “Need” for New Technologies

By Madison Chapman, under the supervision of Kim Wilson Practitioners, advocates and writers often underscore the link between migration and

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