Technical assistance to 2 banks and 2 MFIs on the development or improvement of their DFS channel

The purpose of the UNNATI-A2F project is to support financial service providers to more effectively serve the agricultural value chain actors providing appropriate financial products and services. 2 Banks and 2 Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) in Nepal, Everest bank, Laxmi bank, Sahara Cooperatives and Jeevan Bikash Samaj (JBS), who are implementing access to finance projects leveraging digital financial services, have requested technical assistance to support them in their different DFS endeavours.

Implementation of sustainable savings through multi-channels Malawi

Women’s World Banking is providing technical assistance (with support from UNCDF’s Microlead Expansion program) to NBS Bank on a project to increase access to sustainable demand-driven savings products to low-income Malawians, in particular women and clients living in rural areas.

Agent Banking Strategy for POS interface and Pilot for FINCA Tanzania

In January 2013, FINCA TZ became the first institution in Tanzania that transformed into a deposit taking Microfinance Company (MFC) regulated by the Bank of Tanzania (BOT).