Burundi interested in learning from Togo, relating to financial inclusion

Economic governance
Tuesday, 17 September 2019 16:10
Burundi interested in learning from Togo, relating to financial inclusion

(Togo First) - A Burundian delegation from the Rural Microcredit Fund (FMCR) is currently in Togo, precisely at the National Fund for Inclusive Finance (FNFI), to tap into the country’s experience relative to inclusive finance.

In effect, the mission’s goal is to learn from Togo’s good practices in terms of financial inclusion, in line with Burundi’s ambition to develop new types of financial products. According to the FNFI, the FMCR’s should, in the long run, meet the needs of Burundi’s economic operators.

Let’s recall that the FMCR already visited Togo for a similar mission. The first time was in September 2014 where both institutions’ heads shared their experience.

Also, in March 2019, it should be noted, Gabon had expressed interest in learning from Togo, still regarding its expertise in inclusive finance.

Séna Akoda

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