Mauritius Data Resources
When more is more: why financial inclusion demand-side surveys are essential for access to financial services
FinScope consumer surveys offer insights into people's financial needs, preferences, and behaviour. It does not attempt to replicate the work of censuses or other annual surveys.
An Excluded Society? Financial Inclusion in SADC
Financial Inclusion in SADC through the FinScope Lenses” provides an in-depth analysis of the current state of financial inclusion in the twelve SADC states.
Mauritius Programmes Resources
Family Remittances: A Vital Source for Livelihoods in SADC
Families' access to financial resources is crucial for building thriving communities and fostering economic growth. Remittances, as a vital source of income, provide millions of people with the means to meet their basic needs.
Remittances Market Assessment 2021 - Pocket guide
This pocket guide highlights key findings from the market assessment of remittance flows into and out of South Africa using SARB data and a mystery shopping exercise looking at the costs of remitting via various channels, from South Africa.
Remittances Market Assessment 2021
FinMark Trust conducted a market assessment of remittance flows into and out of South Africa using SARB data and a mystery shopping exercise looking at the costs of remitting via various channels, from South Africa to other countries in the SADC.
SADC Mobile Money Guidelines Report (English)
Mobile Money has evolved as a utility to provide financial services largely to the unbanked population.
Cross-Border Remittances 2016
This report provides an update on the available money transfer offerings that facilitate remittance flows from South Africa to other countries in SADC.
Legal and Regulatory Framework for Payments in 14 SADC States
The first step in a long journey towards a harmonised legal and regulatory framework for payments in the SADC.
Anti-Money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrorism-Note 1
Focus note 1 - Financial Inclusion and AML/CFT
Anti-Money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrorism-Note 2
Focus Note 2: Risk-based approaches to AML/CFT
The National Surveys methodology is a credible and globally accepted process of collecting and analysing financial inclusion data. National Surveys methodology uses a sampling procedure that ensures minimum acceptable levels for national, urban/rural and regional reliable estimates with acceptable margins of error. A multi-stage sampling methodology is applied, which entails selection of enumeration areas (EAs) – from recent census or population estimates using probability proportional to size, followed by the selection of households and the selection of one adult in the selected household using a Kish Grid.