According to the bank's website, the project that focuses on providing knowledge and technical support "will generate policy-relevant knowledge in the areas of remittances and financial literacy and/or inclusion of migrants and the remittance recipients in selected countries of Southeast Asia. It will generate unique, survey-based longitudinal data on remittance inflows, financial literacy, and behaviors on remittance transfer and utilization among migrants and the remittance recipients/family members in the subregion. In addition, the TA will support impact evaluations of technology-assisted financial literacy programs targeting migrants and their family members. The TA knowledge outputs will support policy decision-making to design better financial literacy programs for migrants and remittance recipient families."
Kikkawa Takenaka, Aiko
Economic Research and Regional Cooperation Department
Economic Analysis and Operations Support Division
Asian Development Bank
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