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- 17% of Americans older than 65 have been financially exploited. @CFPB is combatting this... over dinner: ow.ly/9Knn303Joxv @HelpAge 18 hours ago
- .@MastercardFdn's new $15M partnership w/ @KCBGroup ow.ly/TcbH303Jmil #FinancialInclusion #Agriculture #Africa https://t.co/RHwcviwE0I 19 hours ago
- Great video recognizing the recent @SmartCampaign_ Certification of Pichincha Microfinanzas: youtu.be/W6aP0OWEfwU #FinancialInclusion 20 hours ago
- RT @sushmitameka: Goldilocks and the “Just Right” Credit Market bit.ly/2bz9e0w @CFI_Accion @FSDAfrica 23 hours ago
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