The 2017 edition of CGAP’s annual Cross-Border Funder Survey reports funding commitments from the 23 largest international funders of financial inclusion, representing 80 percent of the full set of over 54 international funders and 73 percent of the global estimated funding commitments for financial inclusion in 2016. Financial inclusion, which is broadly perceived as an enabler of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), remains an important focus for funders. Survey results indicate that funding commitments continue to grow steadily, especially in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). International funders are increasingly targeting capacity building for financial services providers (FSPs) and financial inclusion policy and regulation, and at this point, every funder supports the development of digital financial services (DFS).
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