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Mobile Money Afghanistan Creative Commons Photos. About. The following 170 photos were taken in the summer 2010 by Jan Chipchase as part a project that explored the adoption of mobile banking in Afghanistan . Photos are available as JPG (lower resolution) and RAW (hi-res) files.

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Mobile Money Afghanistan

Creative Commons Photos



The following 170 photos were taken in the summer 2010 by Jan Chipchase as part a project that explored the adoption of mobile banking in Afghanistan. Photos are available as JPG (lower resolution) and RAW (hi-res) files.

They represent a small selection of over 8,000 that were taken by Jan and researcher Panthea Lee during the study, carefully filtered to protect the identity and integrity of the participants, and represent a range of normal situations that our peers in the mobile money space are often trying to communicate.

You are free to copy, remix & share under the Creative Commons Share-alike License.

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About the IMTFI

This project is generously funded by The Institute for Money, Technology & Financial Inclusion, established in 2008 within the School of Social Sciences at the University of California, Irvine through a $1.7 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

The institute annually funds researchers who investigate how the world’s poorest people spend, save and store money, and how their habits are or could be affected by emerging technologies that provide access to financial services, such as: mobile phone enabled banking; funds transfer and payment via new technologies; branchless banking using point of sale terminals.


About frog design

frog design is a global innovation firm. We work with the world’s leading companies, helping them create and bring to market meaningful products, services, and experiences.

Our multidisciplinary process reveals valuable consumer and market insights and inspires lasting, humanizing solutions. With a team of more than 500 designers, technologists, strategists, and analysts, we deliver fully convergent experiences that span multiple technologies, platforms, and media.

We work across a broad spectrum of industries, including consumer electronics, telecommunications, healthcare, energy, automotive, media, entertainment, education, finance, retail, and fashion. Our clients include Disney, GE, HP, Intel, Microsoft, MTV, Qualcomm, Siemens, and many other Fortune 500 brands.

Founded in 1969, frog is headquartered in San Francisco, with studios in Amsterdam, Austin, Milan, Munich, New York, Seattle, and Shanghai.


About the Researchers

Jan Chipchase

Executive Creative Director of Global Insights at frog design, based out of Shanghai.


Panthea Lee

Works on technology for development initiatives in various sectors, currently with UNICEF Innovation. She graduated from McGill University, and has research experience across Asia, the Middle East and South America