A peer learning group that supports countries developing and implementing financial inclusion strategies.
AFI’s FISPLG guides members by promoting a unified vision and shared goals among public and private stakeholders.
The aims of FISPLG include the facilitation of peer reviews of draft strategies and action plans, the development of joint guidance on national strategies as well as capacity building support to members (including connecting them with expert stakeholders) to develop and implement their financial inclusion strategies.
Nomcebo Hadebe, Ministry of Finance Eswatini
Mackay Aomu, Bank of Uganda
Mohanad Salous, Palestine Monetary Authority
FISPLG provides practical support to countries that have made commitments under the Maya Declaration and to the G20 through its Financial Inclusion Peer Learning Program.
Financial Inclusion Strategy Peer Learning Group (FISPLG) Technical Virtual Meeting discussed the importance of integrating youth and forcibly displaced people in a national financial inclusion strategy followed by country-specific member testimonies and Q&A.- Read More
Financial Inclusion Strategy Peer Learning Group (FISPLG) Webinar on “Addressing the Impact of COVID-19 on Gender Savings Groups” includes discussions on the concept of Gender Savings Groups (GSG), their advantages and disadvantages, the effects of COVID-19 on GSG and measures that can be taken to mitigate these effects. The webinar concludes with participants exploring why COVID-19 policy responses need to be financially inclusive and gender-sensitive.- Read More