Leading evidence-based new thinking in the financial sector
Continued progress in improving financial inclusion is not possible without ongoing transformation of stakeholders’ policies and strategies, based on robust data and new thinking.
Addressing market constraints requires coordinated thinking and combined effort across government, regulatory, supply and demand sectors, supported by robust and up-to-date market data, expert insight and coordinated multi-stakeholder partnerships.
Building on the remarkable progress made in improving access to financial services across the country, FSDT is leading public-private partnerships to address gaps in the market through innovative customer-led policy and strategies. Our approach is holistic, using evidence and consumer insights to influence market players to reframe the way they think about key issues or customer needs and to generate new insights or solutions of their own.
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For Tanzanians, digital banking eases payments, cuts cash risks, long queues in banking halls
21 Sep 2016
Richard Kazimoto, an IT expert in Dar es Salaam-Tanzania, vividly remembers a recent ugly scene in Dar es salaam streets when a director at a Telecom company was gunned down in day light by robbers.