Coordination in its simplest notion is the “the act of working together harmoniously.”
However, a more comprehensive description of the act of coordination means bringing together different elements of a complex system or body in an organized fashion to facilitate effective functioning of individual entities and the system as a whole. Stakeholder Coordination is normally handled by a coordinating body or organization responsible for driving financial inclusion in a country. The coordinating body could be a unit or department within the central bank, an independent structure or organization, or a public-private partnership. This paper provides insight on how to put in place necessary structures and processes for effective management of identified financial inclusion stakeholders. Download the guideline note
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