REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) TO CONDUCT CASE STUDIES ON LESSONS LEARNED AND ACHIEVEMENTS OF FSDMOC PROGRAMME ON ALTERNATIVE SME FINANCE AND INFORMAL FINANCE

The Financial Sector Deepening-Mozambique (FSDMoç), a 6 year (2014 – 2020) program funded by the UK Government’s Department for International Development and the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency. FSDMoç directs its investments and insights to address constraints in the financial market, helping the diversification of Mozambique’s economy and bringing prosperity and economic resilience to Mozambique’s people. At the core of its strategy, are women, youth and the rural low-income population, as well as small businesses that lack access to appropriate and accessible financial services.

FSDMoç as a programme is nearing its end in March 2020, a point in time where it will transition into a special purpose vehicle to further advance the agenda of financial inclusion and inclusive finance in Mozambique. A number of case studies on the impact and lessons learned from the programme are warranted at this point.

The main objective of this assignment is to conduct a case study on how FSDMoç facilitated systemic change to enable alternative finance for Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) and Informal Finance.

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Denise Alves