Country Profiles: Digital Financial Services in the MENA region

SHOPS Plus conducted a landscape analysis of digital financial services in 11 countries: Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia, West Bank and Gaza, and Yemen. 

This document includes a brief profile on each country with analysis and visualizations that show internet penetration, financial account ownership, and digital payment use.

These country profiles are excerpted from the report, Digital Financial Services in the MENA Region.

Author

Pamela Riley, Sarah Romorini, Emma Golub, and Maggie Stokes

Contributor

SHOPS Plus

Published
November 2020
Resource Types
Other
Technical Area
Digital Health
Gender
Health Financing
Universal Health Coverage
Keywords
Egypt
Iraq
Lebanon
Libya
Middle East and North Africa
Morocco
Syria
Tunisia
West Bank and Gaza
Yemen
microinsurance
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