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The Consultative Group to Assist the Poor
About half of the households in the world have no access to a bank account. Consequently the poor must rely on informal financial services that may be more costly and less reliable. This inequality robs people, especially the poor and most vulnerable, of important options to manage their irregular cash flows and smooth consumption. At the more macro level, low levels of financial inclusion represent an obstacle to economic development.
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The World Bank monitors and tracks remittance volumes and remittance fees on a global basis by country or remittance channels
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Global Financial Integrity
American advocacy group, drew on data from the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund on external debt and trade mis-pricing to calculate illicit capital leakage. The study measures the illicit financial flows out of 160 different developing nations. In total, the group estimates the developing world lost $8.44 trillion from 2000 to 2010.
Donor Committe for Enterprise Development
The central idea is that the poor are dependent on market systems for their livelihoods. Therefore changing those market systems to work more effectively and sustainably for the poor will improve their livelihoods and consequently reduce poverty.