According to bank documents, the objective of the project is to increase the interoperability of digital payments and access to financial services.
The design of the project aims to support the implementation of a national switch, as well as support for activities that will drive usage of the payments infrastructure. The proposed project is a US$10 million IPF comprised of three components:
Rinku Chandra, Nicholas Timothy Smith
Lead Financial Sector Specialist
Republic of Sierra Leone
Bank of Sierra Leone
Dr. Ibrahim Stevens
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