Digital Public Goods for a more equitable world“If you want to go fast go alone, if want to go far go together” the words of Honorable Minister Paula Ingabire reverberated across Carnegie Mellon University Africa Auditorium, as the Minister offically opened CyLab-Africa Summit on Digital Public Goods in Kigali, Rwanda.
Getting started in Côte d'Ivoire: training on instant and inclusive payment systemsMore than 40 representatives of financial institutions, government agencies, telecom operators, banks and fintech from Cote d'Ivoire attended the training workshop on instant and inclusive payment systems held on September 20, 2022, at the Radisson Hotel in Abidjan.
AfricaNenda, UNCDF and FSD Zambia collaborate with key regulatory bodies in Zambia on inclusive DFS supervisionTo help African regulatory institutions navigate the fast-changing digital financial services ecosystem, AfricaNenda and its partners FSD Zambia and the UN Capital Development Fund (UNCDF), together with other strategic payment stakeholders, organized a workshop on Inclusive Digital Financial Services Supervision and Regulation on August 16th and 17th in Lusaka, Zambia.
AfricaNenda strengthens the capacities of ECOWAS Central Banks and West African Monetary Agency on instant and inclusive payments systemsDakar, 20th July 2022- AfricaNenda partnered with the West Africa Monetary Agency (WAMA) to strengthen the capacities of 22 representatives of central bank officials in ECOWAS on instant and inclusive payment systems (IIPS) and their benefits for the region's economic development process. The two-day capacity-building workshop took place from 19 to 20 July, in Dakar, Senegal.
Instant and Inclusive Payment Systems Capacity CollaborationAfricaNenda, the Alliance of Digital Finance Associations and Digital Frontiers are happy to announce their collaboration around instant and inclusive payment systems. All three organisations bring different strengths and focus to support the acceleration and growth of capacity and implementation of instant and inclusive payment systems.
AfricaNenda Webinar Series: What do MSMEs need to adopt and use digital financial services for cross-border trade?To answer this question, AfricaNenda, in collaboration with the COMESA Business Council (CBC) and the United Nations Commission for Africa (UNECA), hosted a webinar on July 7th with participants from the digital financial services’ ecosystem across Africa.
BankservAfrica and AfricaNenda collaborate for instant and cross-border payments in SADC.Johannesburg, July 14th, 2022 – BankservAfrica and AfricaNenda are pleased to announce their new partnership to broaden access to the TCIB (Transactions Cleared on an Immediate Basis) payments scheme within the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and beyond with a specific focus to advance digital payments and financial inclusion in Africa.