As part of the Afford Two, Eat One: Financial Inclusion in Rural Myanmar report deliverables we’ve decided to release over 200 photos for use under a creative commons license.
Now on with the next stage of the project.
Something that regular readers may have come across on this site is the notion of “proximate use”. Essentially it challenges the notion of top-down design in markets where there are strong informal players. I’ve written up a short sidebar on proximate banking that goes into more detail.
And view the rest of the report Afford Two, Eat One, Financial Inclusion in Rural Myanmar.
Download the report: Afford Two, Eat One: Financial Inclusion in Rural Myanmar
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