FSDMoç has partnered with the Insurance Supervisory Institute of Mozambique, ISSM (Instituto de Supervisão de Seguros de Moçambique), to promote the development of a broad and sustainable micro-insurance ecosystem in Mozambique. The content of this partnership is in line with the discussions on the challenges around the implementation of micro-insurance in Mozambique held during the Workshop on Micro-Insurance (co-organised by ISSM, AMS – Associação Moçambicana de Seguradoras, and the World Bank), on the 27th July 2017. The mentioned partnership has been officialised through the signing of an NDA (Non-Disclosure Agreement) and MOU (Memorandum

Mobile money a vehicle to financial inclusion in Mozambique

Mobile money a vehicle to financial inclusion in Mozambique   Access to financial services in Mozambique is still limited, exacerbated by existing low literacy levels, especially in rural areas. Twenty percent (20%) of the country’s adult population have access to banking and financial services made up of 40% of people living in urban areas and 10% of people living in rural areas (FINSCOPE Study, 2014)1. The government of Mozambique has sought to address financial exclusion through the National Financial Inclusion Strategy (2016-2022)2, which aims to increase the accessibility of financial services to the

Financial Inclusion Week 2018

The Financial Sector Deepening Mozambique – FSDMoç, a program funded by the United Kingdom Department for International Development (DFID) and the Swedish Department for International Development (SIDA) in partnership with the Financial Inclusion Center (CFI), will promote the Financial Inclusion Week (FIW), which will run from October 29 to November 2, 2018. This is a week of global conversations about the most important steps for advancing financial inclusion. The Week of Financial Inclusion aims to build a momentum around how to address the most significant obstacles to financial inclusion through a week of