MTN Mobile Money Ghana

MTN Mobile Money Ghana

<p>MTN Mobile Money Ghana</p>

As part of the GSMA’s Connected Women Commitment Initiative, MTN Mobile Money has committed to increase the proportion of women in their MoMo Pay customer base to 40% by 2023.

MTN Mobile Money is currently running several initiatives aimed at stimulating the adoption and usage of Mobile Money to facilitate payments. One of the key initiatives we are focusing on is the use of our payment solution known as MoMo Pay to facilitate everyday payment for goods and services. We are targeting women in female dominated segments including general goods market, petty traders, wholesale and retail corridors, females within the farming value chain and largely any activity which involves buying and selling. The goal is to get them to use MoMo Pay, leverage on our varying products and services to manage their daily interactions and overall improve financial literacy.

“We at MTN Mobile Money are elated to be part of the GSMA Connected Women Initiative. Globally, females make up a little over half of the world’s population, but their contribution to economic activity and well-being is far below its potential, resulting in socio-economic consequences. Women play a pivotal role in contributing to the growth of the economy, and we are therefore committed to ensuring that we bridge the gap in women participation in financial services.”

– Eli Hini, General Manager, Mobile Financial Service


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