The Retail Finance Distribution Network (ReFinD) research initiative, ISSER has issued a statement in response to the 30th of November press release by the Mobile Money Agents Association of Ghana.
ReFinD has awarded grants to five successful applicants under its second request for proposals (RFP2). The new group of grantees add to 10 researchers who are benefitting from grants under the ReFinD research initiative. This brings to a total of 15 the number of ReFinD-funded projects across Africa and Asia.
Retracing the RFP2 process
ReFinD hosted a delegation from the Ethiopia Digital Financial Services (DFS) Association for discussions around the role of academia-industry collaborations in advancing digital finance services in Ghana. The visit was part of their study tour to Ghana, where they visited selected stakeholders.