Displaying items by tag: Financial Inclusion
Financial inclusion is where individuals and businesses have access to useful and affordable financial products and services that meet their needs that are delivered responsibly and sustainably. Financial inclusion is defined as the availability and equality of opportunities to access financial services.
Digital technology has emerged as an important driver of innovation, competitiveness and growth in microfinance. By leveraging the nearly ubiquitous growth of mobile phones, digitization can reduce cost, increase efficiency and allow financial service providers to reach new clients.
Financial inclusion means that individuals and businesses have access to useful and affordable financial products and services that meet their needs, transactions, payments, savings, credit and insurance, delivered in a responsible and sustainable way.
Tume ya Maendeleo ya Ushirika Tanzania - TCDC, iliyo chini ya Wizara ya Kilimo na Ushirikia ikishirikiana na Bank Kuu ya Tanzania -BoT waliandaa mafunzo na mkutano kwa ajili ya watoa huduma katika vyama vya ushirika nchini.
Watoa huduma hao kutoka nyanja mbalimbali kama vile:- TEHAMA (Technology Service Providers), Ukaguzi wa Mahesabu (Auditors), Wakusanya Madeni (Credit Collectors), Wanaotoa Elimu na Mafunzo (Training) Washauri wa Biashara (Consulants), pamoja na wanaotoa huduma za kifedha na Bima-(Microfinance Service Providers).
- Service providers
- Watoa huduma
- East Africa Microfinance Conference 2019
- Tanzania Financial Service Conference 2019
- Tanzania Instant Payment System
- Amala App Suite
- Financial Inclusion
- Digital Financial Services
- Bank of Tanzania
- Dar Es Salaam
- Amala Pamoja
- Amala Popote
- Loan Management Software
- Vyama vya ushirika
- Credit Collectors
- Tume ya Ushirika