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Access to and use of financial services in Latin America and the Caribbean has improved in recent years, but not everyone has benefited equally. Vulnerable populations such as indigenous peoples, Afro-descendant groups, older adults, women, and micro, small or medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) face barriers to incorporating financial services into their daily savings, investment, and digital payment needs.

Consult our knowledge repository to understand the needs and barriers to financial inclusion for these groups, and potential solutions.

Rethinking Rethinking the Global Microscope for Financial Inclusion: 2021 Key Findings Report
The impact The Impact of a Financial Inclusion Program on Household’s Payment Choice, Savings, and Credit
Bad taste Bad Taste: Gender Discrimination in the Consumer Credit Market
Digital readiness Digital readiness in financial cooperatives in Latin America & the Caribbean
Son las herramientas ¿Son las herramientas psicométricas un método de selección viable para préstamos a pequeñas y medianas empresas?
Better strategies Better Strategies for Saving More: Evidence from Four Impact Evaluations in Chile
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