Mimansa Khanna


Mimansa is working as a Manager in MSC’s Research, Innovative Programmes and Evaluation domain.

She is a keen researcher and has over three years of experience in diverse geographies within India. She has worked on projects with foundations, multi-lateral organisations, philanthropic organisations, MFIs and community-based institutions. Her areas of expertise include market research with low income segment, participatory qualitative research, user experience research, managing quantitative research, quantitative data analysis, and impact evaluation studies.

Posts by Mimansa Khanna

Coping with COVID-19 in Bangladesh

The report discusses what the LMI segments know, understand, and feel about the COVID-19 outbreak and examines its effect on them. The report also highlights actionable recommendations for policymakers to design suitable interventions that can help the LMI segment cope better in this difficult situation

We are looking up to business correspondents in the pandemic; but what are they looking at?

The business correspondent (BC) network in India has become indispensable for last-mile financial service delivery across urban and rural centers. In light of the current pandemic, our note highlights the challenges BC agents face while providing services in far-flung unbanked areas.

Why does research matter in human-centered design

Human-centered design often stumbles due to inadequate research. This note emphasizes the importance of research to gain rich customer-centric insights—the most important element of HCD.

India Needs More Women Business Correspondent Agents

The blog highlights why India needs more women business correspondent agents

Agent Network Accelerator Research Survey – India Country Report 2017

MicroSave conducted the second wave of the ANA survey India in 2017. This wave of ANA builds on the findings of the first wave undertaken in 2015.

Agent Network Accelerator Research – Pakistan Country Report 2017

The second wave of the survey for Pakistan, funded by Karandaaz Pakistan, investigates how Pakistan’s mobile money market has evolved since the previous wave of the study in 2014.