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Reducing Risk and Increasing Agricultural Loans with Mobile Money in Ghana

Like in many developing countries, agriculture is the mainstay of the Ghanaian economy. 62 percent of Ghanaians are employed in the sector, says Doris Amponsaa Owusu, Business Services Specialist for USAID’s ADVANCE II Project (Agricultural Development and Value Chain Enhancement).

Learn How Mobile Money Cash Grants are the Future of Development

A huge aspect of international development is capacity building – training and supporting people to change their behaviour and improve their skills in ways perceived to be better. But don’t people already know what they need to do to better themselves? And aren’t they capable of making those decisions? So why not just give them the cash to do it.

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