Financial Sector Deepening Trust Tanzania welcomes £15m commitment from UK aid to initiate new phase of financial sector development.
Commitment comes as part of ambitious £320m UK aid package for strengthening Africa’s financial markets, to boost economic growth and reduce poverty at scale. 20 January 2020, London: The Financial Sector Deepening Trust (FSDT) Tanzania today welcomes a £15m commitment from UK Aid, part of a £320m package that will initiate an ambitious new phase […]
Vijana huchukuliwa kuwa ni soko gumu la kuhudumia kwa maana ya kutoa huduma za fedha, kwani wengi wao hawana Vitambulisho vinavyoweza kukidhi matakwa ya “Mjue Mteja Wako”, pengine hii inatokana na kiwango cha chini cha miamala inayosababishwa na viwangovyao vidogo vya ushiriki kiuchumi, hivyo kutokuwepo kwa faida zilizo dhahiri za uwekezaji kwa watoa huduma wengi.
They are considered a diffcult market to serve in terms of financial service provision, as many do not have sufficient ID to fulfil Know-Your-Customer requirements requirements, presumably low transaction volumes due to their low levels of economic engagement and as such an unclear return of investment for most providers.