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Nigeria: CBN's Tech Strategy for 'Anchor Borrowers', Cleaner Notes

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has introduced technology to guide input distribution of farmers under it Anchor Borrowers Programme.

Senegal: Banks called to support the return of Senegalese migrants

Alioune Badara Mbengue, the governor of Louga in Senegal, invited commercial banks to support the return of Senegalese in the diaspora by financing their projects.

Senegal: Government urges local banks to further support agriculture sector and SME

Senegalese local banks were asked to provide more funding to SMEs and agricultural marketing campaigns.

Ecobank raises $200 million on international debt market, to finance SMEs mainly

Togo-based holding, Ecobank, has raised $200 million on the international debt market, via a syndicated debt.

Nigeria: CBN Rolls Out Small Medium Credit Scheme to Curb Restiveness in Rivers

To curb restiveness in the Niger Delta region, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), has organised agricultural and small medium enterprise credit scheme for indigenes.

Tunisia: Arab International Lease raises $2 million on local bond market

Arab International Lease (AIL), a Tunisian leasing firm, has raised five million Tunisian dinars ($2 million) on the local bond market, to reinforce its financial structure and expand.

WAEMU SME Support Agencies Meet to Foster MSMEs Development and Access to Finance

| Bamako, Mali

The 4th statutory meeting of the MFW4A SME Supporting Agencies Network, SA-PME/UEMOA

Factoring and Credit Insurance Seen as Key for SME Growth and Regional Integration

Innovative financial solutions like factoring and credit insurance offer keys to the growth of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Africa and can enhance regional integration.

Sudan: First Vice President Lauds Savings Bank's Role in Funding Graduates

First Vice President of the Republic and National Prime Minister Lt. Gen. Bakri Hassan Saleh has praised the role played by the Savings and Social Development Bank in social development and the provision of funding for graduate projects.

Proparco and FMO commit USD 30 million to Banque Populaire du Rwanda

Proparco and FMO, respectively the French and Dutch Development Finance Institutions, signed a USD 30 million loan to Banque Populaire du Rwanda (BPR), with both providing USD 15 million each.

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