1. FIF 2015
    FIF 2015
  2. FIF 2015
    FIF 2015
  3. FIF 2015 - Queen Maxima of the Netherlands
    FIF 2015 - Queen Maxima of the Netherlands
  4. FIF 2015 - Secretary Jack Lew, Queen Maxima and Luis Videgaray Caso
    FIF 2015 - Secretary Jack Lew, Queen Maxima and Luis Videgaray Caso
  5. FIF 2015 - Jamie Dimon
    FIF 2015 - Jamie Dimon
  6. FIF 2015 - Elizabeth Littlefield
    FIF 2015 - Elizabeth Littlefield
  7. FIF 2015 - Secretary Jack Lew
    FIF 2015 - Secretary Jack Lew
  8. FIF 2015 - Bill Gates
    FIF 2015 - Bill Gates
  9. FIF 2015 - Jamie Dimon and Bill Gates
    FIF 2015 - Jamie Dimon and Bill Gates
  10. FIF 2015 - Bob Annibale, Bill Bynum and Nick Hughes
    FIF 2015 - Bob Annibale, Bill Bynum and Nick Hughes
  11. FIF 2015 - Ramesh Ramanathan
    FIF 2015 - Ramesh Ramanathan
  12. FIF 2015
    FIF 2015
On December 1, 2016 the U.S. Department of the Treasury and the U.S. Agency for International Development will host the 2016 Financial Inclusion Forum by convening a diverse group of leaders from governments, financial institutions and other corporations, academia, and nonprofits from the United States and around the world to discuss the Forum’s key theme of moving from evidence into action.  This meeting will bring together policy makers and experts to translate insights from their experience into actionable best practices and policy opportunities.
 
On December 2, 2016 USAID will host a Financial Inclusion Practitioners Day, which will highlight challenges and opportunities in financial inclusion around five themes.
  
The five themes for discussion are:

1.    Bridging the Gender Gap in Financial Inclusion
2.    Enabling Environment for Inclusive Finance
3.    Agricultural, Rural, and Sustainable Financial Development
4.    Reaching the Ultra Poor
5.    Humanitarian Assistance: Tools to Improve Aid Delivery and Long-Term Resilience

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