Policy Support

Advocating for change in the financial sector

An enabling and forward-thinking environment is essential to drive the national financial inclusion agenda. Persistent challenges remain for consumers in accessing and using financial solutions, as well as for service providers in overcoming barriers to providing affordable, convenient and appropriate products and services.

The speed of change within the financial sector has become increasingly more rapid as new players enter the market and offer solutions that are not based on traditional thinking. This presents significant challenges for policy-makers in responding to changing legal and regulatory requirements.

FSDT strives to gather and share robust market intelligence and to work with government and regulatory bodies to galvanise evidence-based innovation in national, regional and local financial inclusion policies and create supportive legal and regulatory environments.

Five-Year Development Plan

National Financial Inclusion Frameworks

Microinsurance policy

National Payment Systems Strategy

National Payments Act

Savings and Credit Cooperative Organisations regulations

Bill Gates in Dar es Salaam this week to support financial inclusion and the future of digital financial services in Tanzania

14 Aug 2017

This week, Bill Gates was in Dar es Salaam to support Tanzania’s financial inclusion agenda, among other BMGF projects. Joining leaders from government, financial service providers, mobile network operators and digital financial service providers, he took part in roundtable discussions to explore the potential contribution of digital financial services in improving livelihoods and enterprise productivity across the country.


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