This FLT Discussion Paper provides an overview of the existing FLT practices and evidence in the Uganda refugee context; its objective is to outline key areas that will be explored during the learning discussion on 15th September 2021, to allow for in-depth discussion.
Research ToR Assessing the demand for digital financial services and mapping financial service providers (FSP) in Uganda
Research Terms of Reference Assessing the demand for digital financial services and mapping financial service providers (FSP) in Uganda.
This assessment aims to inform the humanitarian refugee response in Uganda on user experiences and preferences around digital financial assistance and service provision as well as the capacity and experience of financial service providers (FSPs) to deliver financial assistance.
The Tailored Evidence and Learning Service (TELS) is a free service provided to refugee response actors by U-Learn. Tt is designed to support response stakeholders with cross-sectoral learning and the increased use of evidence and good practices in the Uganda refugee response.
Refugee response actors can request services from TELS using the on-line application form on the U-Learn website available here.
All Uganda refugee response actors can now request for support from the Tailored Evidence and Learning Service (TELS) through the dedicated page: https://ulearn-uganda.org/tels-request/
The Cash Working Group, in collaboration with U-Learn, is undertaking a Financial Inclusion Learning Review Series.
The overall objective of the learning review series is to increase uptake of evidence and good practices on financial inclusion.
The series will include 4 Learning Reviews on the following topics:
- Financial literacy training
- Women Economic empowerment
- Financial service providers (FSP)
- Inclusion of last mile groups
More details can be found in the Terms of Reference.