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UNCDF Consumer Behaviors in Benin – Analysis & Findings

March 17, 2017

The Beninese financial market is broad and diverse; however, the formal aspect of this market has largely remained unused by most of the population. A quarter of Beninese adults have used formal financial services, but only a fifth report owning a registered formal financial account in their name. Conditions do exist for increasing financial inclusion, ...

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UNCDF Consumer Behaviors in Senegal – Analysis and Findings

March 17, 2017

Senegal features a broad and diverse financial landscape, in which people tend to use a combination of different financial institutions, both formal and informal, digital and non-digital. Social networks, including family and friends, are crucial to fulfilling financial needs, allowing borrowing for basic consumption and trusted advice. While overall inclusion is low (15 percent), there are ...

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Compromising Connectivity: Information Dynamics between the State & Society in a Digitizing North Korea

February 28, 2017

In 2012, A Quiet Opening:  North Koreans in a Changing Media Environment described the effects of the steady dissolution of North Korea’s information blockade. Precipitated by the collapse of the state economy during the famine of the 1990s, North Korea’s once strict external and internal controls on the flow of information atrophied as North Korean ...

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InterMedia Board of Directors appoint Denise P. O’Reilly as President and Chief Executive Officer

February 7, 2017

Washington, DC. — January 30, 2017 — The Board of Directors of InterMedia, a global non-profit research, evaluation and consulting company, is pleased to announce the appointment of Denise P. O’Reilly as InterMedia’s new President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Ms. O’Reilly has previously served InterMedia as Interim President & CEO and Chief Operating Officer (COO). “Denise O’Reilly ...

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George W. Bush Institute & InterMedia: Education & Employment Among U.S.-Based North Koreans

February 7, 2017

Between March and May of 2016, InterMedia, under funding from the George W. Bush Institute, conducted 20 in-depth interviews with North Koreans living in the United States. The research was commissioned to gain a better understanding of the educational and employment challenges North Korean refugees face, and what opportunities are available to help them overcome ...

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