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The Centre for Financial Inclusion (CFI) is a semi-autonomous body under the auspices of the Ministry of Finance (MoF) which is responsible for taking the lead in co-ordinating the implementation of the Financial Inclusion Agenda for the country.

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The University of Eswatini, in partnership with the Eswatini FinTech Working Group (EFWG), invites you to the Seminar Session of the Deep Learning IndabaX 2021. You can join the session virtually via Zoom on Thursday, 26 August 2021 from 8:30 am to 12:00 noon. 

For more information on the IndabaX: http://www.cs.uneswa.ac.sz/indabax.html 

Register prior to the session: https://bit.ly/2W2LCyf

This week is "Youth Farmer Appreciation Week" a time to acknowledge and appreciate our amazing young farmers who against all odds have decided to get up and do it!! 💪💪 With them the whole game changes🌱🌿🌾🌵Today we appreciate Richard Shongwe from Ngwenyameni he is only 24 years of age we are behind you young man and are motivated by your resilience💃💃💃#financialinclusion #investinginruralpeople #finclude #togetherwecanbuildoureconomy #InclusiveFinance #farmerappreciationday #youngentrepreneur #youngleaders #youngfarmers ... See MoreSee Less
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New strategies need to be implemented to ensure #youthparticipation in the agricultural sector. - ESNAU CEO Mr. Lwazi Mamba / FINCLUDE – Learning Seminar for Youth Targeting in Commercialized Agriculture #FINCLUDE @ForFinancial

Another hindrance of #youthparticipation in #agriculture is lack of participation in decision making. - ENYC Miss. Colisile Masilela / FINCLUDE – Learning Seminar for Youth Targeting in Commercialized Agriculture #FINCLUDE @ForFinancial
#financialinclusion #commercialagriculture

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