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TERMS OF REFERENCE REGIONAL COORDINATOR RURAL BANKING PROJECT

The Financial Sector Deepening Mozambique (FSDMoç), a program funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID) and the Swedish Agency for International Development Cooperation (SIDA), supports the development of the financial sector with a focus on expanding the levels financial inclusion. FSDMoç entered into a partnership with a BANK to support its rural expansion strategy. The partnership has been formalized through the signing of an Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) and a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between FSDMoç and the BANK which main objective is to cooperate and seek innovative solutions for offering adequate

TERMS OF REFERENCE DEDICATED MICRO-INSURANCE ADVISOR (DIA)

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