The overall objective of this project is to increase access to finance in Sub-Saharan Africa by strengthening and expanding credit reporting in the region. This project will promote the use of these credit reporting systems through a consumer awareness and financial literacy campaign in each country where there is an existing World Bank Group Credit Reporting project. These consumer awareness and financial literacy campaigns will be designed and implemented in close collaboration with key stakeholders, including Central Banks, private credit bureaus, Lenders Associations, and other relevant stakeholders.
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