A five-year plan to digitize Government payments in Malawi.
The Ministry of Finance, Economic Planning and Development, in collaboration with the United Nations Capital Development Fund’s MM4P programme, the Better Than Cash Alliance and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), is pleased to inform the general public that it will launch the Malawi Government Payments Roadmap on Thursday, 30th March 2017 at Umodzi Park, Bingu International Convention Centre (BICC) in Lilongwe.
The MAP programme hosted a global workshop for the Asia and Africa countries currently running the programme. 40 country coordinators, Government representatives, regional and technical advisors came together from January 26-29 in Johannesburg, South Africa for a progress review session.
The Myanmar Financial Inclusion Roadmap lays out a plausible vision for the enhancement of financial inclusion inMyanmar. ItisbasedonthediagnosticcontainedintheMakingAccessPossible:MyanmarCountryDiagnostic Report, 2014. The supply-side analysis is based on in-country research and interviews with key players while the demand-side analysis draws from quantitative data provided by the Myanmar FinScope Survey 2013 and qualitative research in the form of Focus Group Discussions, Home Visits and Key Informant Interviews.
The Myanmar Financial Inclusion Roadmap lays out a plausible vision for the enhancement of financial inclusion in Myanmar. It is based on the diagnostic results contained in the Making Access Possible Myanmar Financial Inclusion Synthesis Note, and the Making Access Possible: Myanmar Country Diagnostic Report, 2014.