1. Nokia Money. Olivier Cognet


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    Olivier Cognet from Nokia Money explains that co-operation is necessary if mobile money is to reach critical mass.

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    • Migration Policy Institute 2012 E Pluribus Unum Prize Awardees Discuss Immigrant Integration


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      The winners of the Migration Policy Institute's 2012 E Pluribus Unum Prizes, honoring exceptional immigrant integration work happening in the United States, discussed their initiatives during a plenary luncheon on September 24, 2012 at the National Immigrant Integration Conference held in Baltimore, MD. During a Q&A with MPI Senior Vice President Michael Fix, leaders with ACCESS (the Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services), Building Skills Partnership, Californians Together, and Citi Community Development discussed key aspects of their work. At discussion's end, the winners received their E Pluribus Unum Prizes from Brad Davidson, a trustee of the J.M. Kaplan Fund, which generously funds the prizes program. www.integrationawards.org

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      • CurrenC SF - True Cost of Check Cashing


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        CurrenC SF is an initiative from the San Francisco Office of Financial Empowerment that improves financial access and inclusion for working San Franciscans. We partner with employers, and help them increase their direct deposit and electronic pay participation, a simple change with big benefits for workers, employers, and the environment. Want to find out how you can help workers avoid getting ripped off by costly check cashers? Find out more at www.currencsf.org.

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        • Latino Community Credit Union Wins 2010 E Pluribus Unum Prize for Exceptional Immigrant Integration Initiatives


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          John Herrera and Luis Pastor of the Latino Community Credit Union, based in Durham, NC with branches across the state, discuss their institution's creation a decade ago and the role it has played in the Latino community in North Carolina. Margie McHugh of the Migration Policy Institute, which administers the E Pluribus Unum Prizes program, discusses what makes LCCU an exceptional immigrant integration initiative worthy of recognition. For more on LCCU and the other 2010 E Pluribus Unum Prize winners, visit www.integrationawards.org

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          • 2014 FinCapDev Basics Webinar


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            The 2014 FinCapDev Basics webinar is the first in a series of free webinars led by the FinCapDev team and leading partners in financial services, technology, mobile, venture capital, and more. On this webinar, you will... (1) Learn everything you need to know about this year's FinCapDev competition, including the $50K Grand Prize (2) Gain a better understanding of the financially underserved population and (3) Learn about the $89 billion market opportunity that sits at the crossroads of product & service innovation—especially in the mobile space—and the financially underserved.

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            • Wipit Cash Matters


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              Today, there are over 60 million consumers who can't shop with you. That's where we come in, introducing Wipit – a new kind of payment system that's the simple, quick way for anyone to pay with cash on all their favorite online stores and apps!

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              • The She Effect: Women of Uganda


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                SHIFT provides financial solutions to unbanked women around the world via group savings and mobile money. Through their fundraising platform, individuals can connect, collaborate, and support groups of women by sending capital directly to them. They invest explicitly in women to maximize impact and create a flow of positive outcomes from improvements in health and education to reductions in crime and corruption. Women living in poverty are the best money managers; they are just rewiring the system to put that capital directly in their hands. Violence and displacement surrounded those in Northern Uganda for over two decades as the Lords Resistance Army wreaked havoc town to town. Over 500,000 people were killed throughout Uganda with 65,000 deaths in the Northern region alone. The adverse effects of the recently ended conflict have made lasting impact in communities throughout Northern Uganda. The war massacred thousands and left families devastated. In many households women are widowed or men suffer from alcoholism leaving women throughout communities to manage everything. Whether the impact of the conflict or not, women of Uganda are still forced into traditional gender roles and are threatened by gender discrimination, especially in rural areas. Women run the households and businesses, yet their husbands dictate what they can and can’t do. The majority of women in rural poverty work as subsistence farmers with days that see no end and improvement that rarely comes. A typical day involves digging from dusk till dawn and preparing one meal consisting of vegetables from her farm for herself and her children. Despite all their hardships and barriers they face, the women of Uganda still have hope. These are the women of our future. They are fearless. They are resilient. And they will stop at nothing to improve their lives and their children’s lives. But as history has shown us, they can’t get there alone. The forces surrounding continue to hold them down. Now is her time. She has the power to make a difference. Support the women of Uganda and see what she is capable of. Help us SHIFT the balance of power today at shiftwomen.com SHIFTING the way we support women in poverty

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                • Trango - Overview


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                  • Neighborhood Trust


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                    Neighborhood Trust is one of the nation’s leading providers of financial empowerment services and products. Our mission is to empower low-income individuals to become productive participants in the U.S. financial system and achieve their financial goals.

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