The objectives of this project are to i) integrate Tamweelcom on the platform, ii) onboard its (new) refugee clients and iii) support Tamweelcom with capacity building to serve the new target market.
This project, the Digital Identity Initiative, contributes to FMO's impact objectives of inclusive development in Jordan, a country hosting more than 650,000 Syrian refugees. The project supports Tamweelcom in their mission to promote access to finance to Syrian refugees and giving them a digital economic identity. This project is at the core of MASSIF's ambition to serve the unbanked and to leverage innovative solutions for increasing access to finance for refugees.
Making Cents International is a US-based development consultancy company. The direct beneficiaries of the project are the Jordanian MFI Tamweelcom and Tamweelcom's Syrian refugee borrowers living in Jordan.
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