May 14, 2018

Digital learning has the potential to mitigate some key capacity constraints in Sub-Saharan Africa’s financial inclusion efforts. However, for digital learning initiatives to succeed, financial institutions and their staff need to have a clear understanding of its value proposition. What is needed to realize the potential of digital learning in the financial sector? What can we learn from industry practitioners about this topic?

During this webinar Julias Alego of FSD Africa will discuss highlights from their most recent report on digital learning for financial institutions in Sub-Saharan Africa. Julias will share what they discovered in their research around:  

  • Capacity development challenges and priorities for financial institutions in Sub-Saharan Africa;
  • Digital learning value proposition for learners and employers;
  • Recommendations for strengthening the value proposition of digital learning sector-wide.

In addition, Wachuka Gitahi from Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) will discuss the value proposition of digital learning within KCB and share progress on and challenges to realizing that value, followed by Gateway Academy presenting their work on demonstrating the value of digital learning.

Date: Thursday, May 24, 2018 at 8:00 AM EDT

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