Our Work

Enhancing Financial Innovation & Access (EFInA) is a financial sector development organization that promotes financial inclusion in Nigeria. EFInA is funded by the UK Government's Department for International Development (DFID) and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. EFInA focuses on four key pillars – Research, Innovation, Advocacy and Capacity Building.

Latest News & Events
  • Did You Know Series - Profile of Young Adults in Nigeria 24 February 2016
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    The fifth topic provides insights into the profile of young adults (aged 18-25) in Nigeria. It includes information...

  • Mobile Money Agent Survey – Dec 2015 11 December 2015
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    Given the relatively low per capita availability of bank branches and other traditional financial access points in Nigeria,...

  • Key Findings from Focus Group Discussions with Users and Non-Users of Mobile Money – Dec 2015 11 December 2015
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    The EFInA Access to Financial Services in Nigeria 2014 survey found that, although 11.9 million adults (12.7% of...

  • EFInA Innovation Grant RFP 6 Launch Event and Workshop 21 April 2015
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    EFInA hosted the Launch Event and Workshop for its Innovation Grant Request for Proposals Round 6 (RFP...

  • Financial Inclusion Conference 02 December 2014
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    EFInA hosted a Financial Inclusion Conference to unveil the results of the Access to Financial Services...

  • Maximising the uptake of digital financial services through understanding consumer perspectives 04 March 2014
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    EFInA hosted a workshop in Lagos to share findings from new research conducted on mobile money and...

  • Women's Financial Inclusion Forum 14 November 2013
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    EFInA hosted its inaugural Women’s Financial Inclusion Forum to share ideas and discuss practical strategies to enhance...

  • Agent banking in Nigeria: factors that would motivate merchants to engage 19 September 2013
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    EFInA hosted its fourth breakfast series event to disseminate key findings of its research study titled...