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Financial Capability and Asset Building in Africa (FCAB Africa) is a multinational collaboration designed (a) to equip human-service professionals to broaden the financial stability, security, and well-being of client populations in sub-Saharan Africa; and (b) to work with financial-service providers to create a comprehensive financial-development program delivered through existing services, including fintech. This Fact Sheet describes the goals of the FCAB Africa initiative and strategy for achieving them.

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Fact Sheet


Financial Inclusion


Financial Capability

Original Citation

Center for Social Development. (2021, July). FCAB Africa: Summary of achievements as of July 2021 (CSD Fact Sheet No. 21-13). Washington University, Center for Social Development.


Financial capability and asset building; FCAB; Africa; Ghana; Kenya; Uganda; Liberia; Agenda 2063; Sustainable Development Goals; human-service professional; social worker; fintech; sub-Saharan Africa; mobile money; credit; debt; financial services; training; financial literacy; financial education; financial exclusion; illiteracy; financial well-being; Making Finance Work For Africa; MFW4A; University of Ghana; Uganda Christian University; the Chartered; Institute of Bankers; Ghana; the Uganda Institute of Banking and Financial Services; Institute of Statistical; Social; and Economic Research; ISSER