Financial Capability News

Nigeria: CBN Intensifies Efforts to Strengthen Financial Literacy


 | Source: The Guardian; All Africa

Efforts by the Federal Government to enhance financial literacy in Nigeria received a major breakthrough, as the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), announced the inclusion of financial education in school curricula.

Rwanda: RSE Moves to Sharpen Skills of Stock Market Players


 | Source: The New Times; All Africa

Under a deal signed between the Rwanda Stock Exchange and CFA Society East Africa on Wednesday, sector players and the general public will be trained in different areas.

Angola: Luanda - BDA Launches Campaign On Financial Citizenship


 | Source: Angola Press; All Africa

The Angolan Development Bank (BDA) is launching on Wednesday in Luanda a campaign on financial citizenship, aimed at promoting sustainable entrepreneurship through the adequate use of investment financing by banks.

Uganda: KCB in Drive to Promote Financial Literacy


 | Source: The Observer; All Africa

KCB Bank launches a campaign in Uganda aimed at deepening the financial literacy of economic players, especially SMEs.

Rwanda raises awareness of the benefits of savings


The Finance Mministry and the Bank of Rwanda have launched the 2016 Savings Week.

Microfinance Capacity Building Fund (MCBF)


Promoting transparency and innovation to scale-up and deepen microfinance outreach in Africa

African Development Bank and MFW4A hold Digital Finance Week


The first AfDB Digital Finance Week (DFW) took place from September 19-22, 2016 in the CCIA Building in Abidjan.

Working Paper Series


Financial sector development research for policymakers and practitioners

Public and private institutions and development partners come together to discuss financial sector development in African states facing fragile situations


The First Regional Conference on Financial Sector Development in African States Facing Fragile Situations ended on Wednesday, June 29, 2016 with a major takeaway: Financial markets can play a key role in tackling fragility and building resilience in Africa.

Zambia narrows financial inclusion gender gap


In 2015, the financial inclusion gender gap was 3.8 per cent compared to 6.9 per cent in 2009.

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