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Financial inclusion for urban refugees

“The pilot program has started in Kampala with the intention to draw in as many refugees as possible. After assessing its success, they will scale it up...

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Financial inclusion behind Introduction of...

For years, the only form of banking Uganda knew was the conventional kind, where banks earn their money by charging interest on loans and fees for services....

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Buikwe project to boost financial inclusion,...

Approximately 1,300 households will benefit from this pilot scheme as it slowly expands to other regions in Uganda.

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Two million Ugandans use mobile internet...

The Finscope survey found that the breadth of access to financial services is quite wide in Uganda, with 78% of Ugandan adults having access to some form...

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Benefiting from the available financial systems...

Financial inclusion means that individuals and businesses have access to useful and affordable financial products and services that meet their needs.

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Financial inclusion in Africa leaves women...

Despite growth in mobile money services and the industry’s commitment to addressing gender disparities; women continue to be left behind.

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Microfinance institutions to Spearhead drive...

The microfinance working group is an association of leaders from ten international microfinance organisations, seeking to create a more financially inclusive...

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New app to deepen financial inclusion

Damulira said the new application is suitable for Saccos and church based organizations, as well as village groups and individuals interested in saving...

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A move to extend financial services

"We need to prioritize extending services to the rural areas to increase financial services.”

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Kalungi’s lens: City Beat – the...

The parties also gave many upcoming artists much-needed exposure, and they were grateful for it. In 2010, for example, Keko was largely unknown.