|Overview : |
Making Access Possible (MAP) is a multi-country diagnostic and programmatic framework to support expanding access to financial services for individuals and micro and small businesses. MAP has been initiated by UNCDF as one of its main programmes to enhance financial inclusion in LDCs. Through a dialogue and evidence-based process, MAP aligns a broad range of stakeholders from within government, private sector and the donor community to create a set of practical actions aimed at extending financial inclusion tailored to that country. Importantly, financial inclusion is pursued not as an objective in and of itself, but for its role in achieving the core public policy objective of enhancing household welfare, supporting livelihoods and contributing to economic growth and employment.
The consultant is required to provide strategic inputs to the MAP Global Hub, based on an environmental scan of national livelihoods market surveys and a benchmark costing exercise of comparable data methodologies.
As such, the Consultant is expected to deliver the following:
Environmental Scan of national livelihoods markets surveys
Benchmark Costs (data operations):
Strategic next steps for FI data