CASE STUDY ON LESSONS LEARNED AND ACHIEVEMENTS OF FSDMOÇ PROGRAMME ON Digital Financial Services

The Financial Sector Deepening, Moçambique (FSDMoç) is a six-year (2014-2020) programme funded by the UK International Development Agency (DFID) and Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) whose mission is to identify and partner with key market stakeholders, offering targeted investments and insights to promote the financial sector to improve financial inclusion.

The core objective of FSDMoç is to expand levels of financial inclusion by addressing constraints in the financial market, helping the diversification of Mozambique’s economy and bringing prosperity and economic resilience to Mozambique’s people.

FSDMoç, as a programme, is close to the end of its current tenure, following which it will transition into a special purpose vehicle to further advance the agenda of financial inclusion in Mozambique. Given this, this document serves to highlight the impact of FSDMoç on financial inclusion in Mozambique, through the lens of some of its programs and partnerships, as well as some of the key lessons learned from them.

 

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Denise Alves