Mastercard Foundation Fund selects 5 African firms for Rural Prosperity

[IT News Africa - Africa] - 5/03/2019
The Mastercard Foundation Fund for Rural Prosperity (FRP) has announced that five companies will receive a total of US$4,438,551 to support its financial inclusion agenda in Africa. The five companies, with projects in Burundi, Ghana, Mali, Tanzania, and Zambia, were selected from among 214 (...)
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