Monitoring and Results Measurement (MRM) Consultant

Monitoring and Results Measurement (MRM) Consultant

Job Title: Monitoring and Results Measurement (MRM) Consultant
Location: Kampala, Uganda
Reports to: Results Management and Learning Specialist
Application Deadline: February 20th, 2020.

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Laboremus launches digital platform to improve access to credit for smallholder farmers & management of cooperatives.

Laboremus launches digital platform to improve access to credit for smallholder farmers & management of cooperatives.

Funding received from Financial Sector Deepening Uganda will help build resilience of smallholder farmers and the groups that serve them.

Kampala – Wednesday 20th November 2019; Laboremus Uganda Ltd. has received support from Financial Sector Deepening Uganda (FSDU) to accelerate its work to provide financing to farmers in Uganda and beyond.

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URSB & FSD Uganda MoU

URSB & FSD Uganda MoU

Providing easy access to credit as capital for MSMEs, improved financial inclusion remains core to this cooperation

Kampala, Uganda; 08th November, 2019; URSB and Financial Sector Deepening Uganda have today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that aims at fostering partnership in mutual areas of interest, such as positioning the Security Interest in Movable Property Registry System (SIMPO) to Uganda’s

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Uganda hosts over 250 African delegates for the 2019 Africa FinTech Festival.

Uganda hosts over 250 African delegates for the 2019 Africa FinTech Festival.

Tuesday 5th November 2019: The 2019 Africa FinTech Festival (AFF) themed ‘The role of FinTechs in Africa’s Digital Economy’ was officially opened today. The two-day event co-hosted by The Financial Technology Service Providers Association of Uganda (FITSPA) and Financial Sector Deepening (FSD) Uganda is taking place between November 5th and 6th at the Serena Hotel, Kampala.

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Guest blog – Harnessing the power of data to create relevant products and services for consumers

Guest blog – Harnessing the power of data to create relevant products and services for consumers

The 2019 Financial Inclusion Week themed Financial Inclusion: For What? Is being recognized globally between October 21 and October 25. The Financial Inclusion Week (FIW) is aimed at getting stakeholders to revisit their fundamental purpose and renew efforts to achieve financial inclusion. FSD Uganda will share a series of reflections from our technical experts and stakeholders. Today, we hear from the Uganda Communication Commission about opportunities that exist to protect and empower consumers through information…

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RFP Consultancy to Undertake an Institutional & Organisational Review of the ESPII Programme Management Unit

RFP Consultancy to Undertake an Institutional & Organisational Review of the ESPII Programme Management Unit

Date of Issue: Tuesday, 3rd September 2019.
Expiry Date: Monday, 30th September 2019 – 11:00 a.m. EAT.

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RFP Consultancy to Undertake an Institutional & Organisational Review of the ESPII Programme Management Unit

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Shifting the Regulator Mindset in Uganda

Shifting the Regulator Mindset in Uganda

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    Uganda has made, and continues to make great strides in regulation. Perhaps most notably is the development of regulatory experiment (or sandboxes) – a cutting edge approach designed to allow fintechs to try new innovations without disrupting the existing financial ecosystem.

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    Mapping Regulatory Behavioral Biases to Innovation in Financial Services

    Mapping Regulatory Behavioral Biases to Innovation in Financial Services

    By Joseph Lutwama and Kim Kariuki

    Technology advancements in the last two decades have resulted in a chain reaction of innovations in financial services never experienced in this generation. Whereas previously financial services would only be accessed in big, tall and intimidating bank branches, now a financial transaction can be completed in just under a minute without stepping into a bank branch or even talking to a banking relationship manager across the counter.

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    Report on Banking and the Status of Financial Inclusion in Uganda

    Report on Banking and the Status of Financial Inclusion in Uganda

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      This report aims to give an overview of the Ugandan banking sector and the potential opportunities that exist to increase the banked population. The information generated by the FinScope Uganda survey, conducted in 2018, provides the basis for this report’s analysis.

      Information presented in all tables and figures are obtained from analysis of FinScope 2018 dataset.

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      Finscope Uganda 2018: Banking & Financial Inclusion Infographics

      Finscope Uganda 2018: Banking & Financial Inclusion Infographics

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