CGAP Launches New Website:

You are invited to visit our newly designed Web site, The site incorporates new features that make CGAP content more easily accessible for users around the world.

Click on a particular topic or country and you'll find all the available CGAP content on that topic, including blogs, publications, videos, and data visualizations. Everything appears in context.

The new site uses mobile-responsive design, which allows you to view all content on mobile devices -- please take a look on an iPad, tablet, or on your phone, and you'll find the site optimized for a range of devices. Publications are available not just in Pdf, but also iBook and Kindle for greater accessibility and a better user experience in low bandwidth areas. You can share a blog post, feature article, video, or publication with your networks using social sharing buttons throughout the site--including Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.

Be sure to explore the data visualizations and the underlying data. This is just one of the visual elements across the site that are optimized for social sharing-- Videos and Photos also appear throughout the site.

Over the coming weeks we'll be releasing the results of the 2012 CGAP Photo Contest, the latest data from the 2012 funder survey, and publications on regulation and supervision and M-PESA and mobile banking. We'll have a new video from Mexico featuring our work with and Bancomer, and we'll be partnering with MicroSave for our latest virtual conference on Client Insights.

On the CGAP Blog we'll be launching a new series on Agricultural and Rural Finance, another on Interoperability, and we'll be continuing our Latin America series in partnership with the Microfinance Investment Fund (MIF) in the run-up to the Foromic, as well as our new series on financial inclusion and financial crime.

We hope you'll enjoy using the new site to browse and discover new ways into CGAP's content, and to share the content you find valuable. We welcome your feedback, either directly on the site, or by email.