FSD Africa’s Impact report

FSD Africa’s Impact report

20 November, 2020    

Between 2012 and early 2020, FSD Africa, supported by Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, reached over 5.47 million people and contributed to at least 3.2 million MSMEs accessing credit to grow and/or sustain their businesses with financial services and products across Africa.

In FSD Africa’s inaugural Impact Report they unpack how they achieved this impact and lesson learned from the last eight years in financial sector development and financial inclusion.

Through our partnership with FSD Africa on Risk, Remittances and Integrity programme we have been able to contribute to some of these achievements and learnings. Most notably, through our market systems development work where we have supported nearly 700 regulators, supervisors and policymakers in sub-Saharan Africa in reducing barriers to financial sector development and financial inclusion. Explore the report and all FSD Africa’s achievements and learnings as we look to new challenges.

View the report Size 1.26 MB

This work forms part of the Risk, Remittances and Integrity programme, a partnership between FSD Africa and Cenfri.

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