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Advancing the poor; Institutions (among others) focused on advancing the poor including improving access to financial services for the un- and under-banked (including development institutions)


Multilateral institutions

  1. Worldbank   
  1. Consultative Group Advancing the Poor (CGAP) 
  2. United Nations Development Program (UNDP)  
  3. International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) 
  4. UNESCO  Communication and Information; Empowering people through the free flow of ideas by word and image, and by access to information and knowledge 


Governmental Development institutions

  1. United States Agency for International Development (USAID) 
  2. Department of Foreign Affairs of Ireland
  3. Financial Sector Deepening Trust (FSDT) promoting greater access for more people to the financial system in Tanzania 

International Development institutions

  1. FMO, private public development bank from the Netherlands 
  2. KfW Entwicklungsbank on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)
  3. Asian Development Bank (AsDB) 
  4. European Development Bank (EBRD) 
  5. European Investment Bank (EIB) 
  6. First Initiative  
  7. The Dakahlya Businessmen' Association for Community Development
    in Egypt  


Charity institutions on advancing the poor (including access to financial services)

  1. Bill Gates Foundation Developmnet Program Financial Services for the poor
  2. Afleton Child Social & Financial Education
  3. Concern Worldwide is an international humanitarian organisation dedicated to reducing suffering and ending extreme poverty 
  4. Charity bank in the UK   


Web sites with access to networks and communities, also with the aim of supporting financial inclusion

  1. LinkedIn and especially Groups related to improving access to financial services for un-banked and under-banked like the following Groups:
  2. Share this, a knowledge and information exchange website
  3. Ethnos Project; a data resource and community network for social change, improve cultural life


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