Since July 2014, financial inclusion expos were held with more than 100,000 people attending the expos across the country participating in awareness and trainings delivered in these expos.
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A Risk Share Facility was introduced to give confidence to partner financial institutions under a Risk Sharing Agreement (RSA) to lend to SMME sector covering 50% of the defaulted outstanding amount. As of July 2018, a cumulative value of PGK22,322,959 has been covered by RSF, of that value, more than 6 million kina are loans for women.
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Consistent with PNG Government's Vision 2050, CEFI's vision, mission and values focus on financial inclusion and literacy, poverty elimination and the promotion of vibrant financial institutional operation
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Research shows that financial literacy and competence of the population is low. Low levels of financial literacy and competence constitute key barrier to financial inclusion.
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