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Illuminating new consortium set to electrify Africa
Mobinet is proud to be a participant with Energy Access Africa’s(EAA)
Disrupting African Economy with GT-SIMPAY
Guaranty Trust Bank and fintech partner Mobinet disrupting African economy with GT-SIMPAY
GT-SIMPAY Wins Best Mobile Initiative in West Africa
GT Bank (Sierra Leone) who partnered with fintech company, Mobinet, recently received the Excellence in Retail Financial Services Awards 2019
Remote Rural Communities in Nigeria to get Off-Grid Electricity
The UK "energy-from-waste-biomass" firm, PyroGenesys, are set to start a project that will help remote rural communities in Nigeria have access to off-grid electricity.
Mobinet Joins Clean Electricity Project
Fintech company, Mobinet provides mobile payment platform for PyroPower Africa, a multinational consortium led project, backed by the UK providing clean electricity across Africa.
Sim Korpor Launched in Sierra Leone
Rokel Commercial Bank is bringing greater financial inclusion to Sierra Leone’s economy
Rokel Commercial Bank launches the Mobile Banking Service, SIM KORPOR
Launch of mobile banking service, SIM KORPOR
Africa Joins the Regulatory Sandbox Trend
There is a rising interest in regulatory sandboxes for fintech products, services and solutions.
Quick Response (QR Codes) get Quick Results
Digital and mobile devices are the most convenient mode of payment
The Youth of Africa Having Access to Financial Services
Youth and Financial Services
You Don’t Need Clever Technology to Succeed
Financial products offered must be simple, yet effective.
Ugandan Universities Debating Championship 2018
Outcome of the 2018 UUDC
Can Satellite Technology Help Farmers?
Satellite data significantly improves agricultural methods.
Rural Farmers Can Benefit from Satellite Technology
Rural Farmers Living in Poverty Can Benefit from Satellite Technology by Using Remote Sensing to Predict Vegetation Health and Precipitation
The Ugandan Universities Debating Championship
Part 3: Mobile Banking Getting More Women on Board
Financial products and services that are offered through banks do not always meet the needs of their female customers.
Part Two: Barriers and Drivers of Financially Including Women
Drivers of Financially Including Women
SIMPAY Simplify Digital Payments for Bank Customers.
In Uganda, data & digital revenues increased 2.2%.
Barriers and Drivers of Financially Including Women
Mobile money services are a key to empower women to contribute to economic growth and sustainability.