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Africa Practice’s research on Financial Inclusion in Nigeria

back to all insights |Published 15th Sep 2021

The World Bank estimates that a billion people globally are without an officially recognised means of identification, which is most prevalent in low-income countries. For example, in Nigeria, despite an acceleration in ID enrolment over the last year, a significant proportion of the population remain without a form of formal ID.

Africa Practice’s Inclusion for All programme focuses on understanding the links between identity ownership, demographic factors, income, and financial inclusion to accelerate the pace of financial and economic inclusion among Nigeria’s poorest and most vulnerable communities.

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