The Financial Sector Deepening Mozambique (FSDMoç), a programme funded by DFID-UK Department for International Development, and Banco Letshego will sign a Partnership Agreement, on Thursday July 27th 2017, at the Radisson Blue Hotel in Maputo.
This Partnership Agreement aims at implementing the LetsGo BlueBox agency banking model, a rural inclusive banking access project; Banco Letshego’s LetsGo BlueBox project aims to increase the levels of access and use of financial solutions in Mozambique. FSDMoç will support Letshego in the implementation of an innovative approach to reach rural communities with financial services supported by solar and biometric technologies.
The Partnership Agreement will be signed by the Executive Director of the FSDMoç, Ms. Esselina Macome, and the Chief Executive Officer of Banco Letshego, Mr. Chipiliro Katundu, and will be attended by staff and strategic partners of both institutions.
The Financial Sector Deepening Moçambique, a programme funded by DFID-UK Department for International Development, is a facility for financial sector development with focus on expanding levels of inclusion.
We direct our investments and insights to address constraints in the financial market, helping the diversification of Mozambique’s economy and bringing prosperity and economic resilience to Mozambique’s people. At the core of our strategy are women, youth and rural low-income populations, as well as small businesses that lack access to appropriate and accessible financial services.