Pro-poor financial service provision in Asia and Pacific: Lessons and best practices
The webinar will open with the description of the stream of work being done by the Asia-Pacific Rural and Agricultural Credit Association (APRACA) in rural and agricultural finance space, describing phases of the project and the methodology followed to implement the project, documentation and dissemination of the results.
It will then be followed by the description on the pro-poor financial services provisions and good practices, describing the research findings on good practices in five selected Asian Countries (China, India, Indonesia, Philippines and Thailand). Detailed discussions will be led on 20 good practices which have the potential to be replicated in the same country or other countries in the region. During the second part of the discussion, the process and the results of piloting the identified good practices in 3 countries (China, Indonesia and Philippines) will be discussed. Here the focus will be on the process of replication, theory of change, results of the piloting to generate evidences and the policy engagements through organizing dissemination workshop across the Asian region.
Finally, the presenter will close with the details on the knowledge products and dissemination strategies of the results from pilot testing of potential best practices.
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15:00 – 16:00 CET
|Organizer||Rural and Agricultural Finance and Investment Technical Network (RAFI-TN)|
|Region / Country||Global /|
|Keywords||Financial Inclusion, Rural Financial Services|