Support MTN Benin to develop a payment ecosystem around moto-taxis drivers (Zemidjans)

MTN wants to set up a payment ecosystem around the Zemidjans (moto-taxi drivers in Benin), using mobile money as a solution to the challenges they face: Phase 1: Addressing security and liquidity issues with the implementation of merchant payment. Phase 2: Addressing a lack of means to meet their ambitions with a digital group savings product (“tontine”).

Mobile Money Market Scoping in two Middle East & North Africa countries: Egypt & Tunisia

IFC needed a macroeconomic overview of Egypt and Tunisia including; financial and telecom sectors; regulatory environment and distribution network for mobile money service providers.

Future of Financial Inclusion through Electronic Banking Channels Palestine

Oxford Policy Management, ShoreBank International and the Palestinian Authority wanted to investigate how to reach and enhance the cost-effectiveness of delivery channels for banking and payments in Palestine.

Positioning Strategy for Mobile Financial Services (MFS) in Bangladesh

Axiata, an MNO active in several Asian countries wanted an evaluation of its current business to see how it could position itself in the marketplace to offer mobile financial services.

Remittance corridor and Developing a Solidarity Savings product

PADFI, a project funded by the Luxembourg government and managed by ADA to support the development of MFIs in Cap Verde, includes a migrant component.

Mobile Money Transfer Market Study in Sierra Leone

In 2005, Cordaid began supporting the development of the microfinance sector in Sierra Leone (also via MITAF). There are now 13 MFIs in the country, who reach 95,000 loan clients. Mobile financial services have been offered since 2010 (Splash and Airtel Money.

Strategy and Implementation for Mobile Financial Services Rwanda

Urwego Opportunity Bank wanted to provide its customers with access to savings accounts and allow repayments of loans via the mobile phone using the mVisa platform.