The redesigned MWF4A website offers visitors an invaluable window into its vast African financial sector resources and unique knowledge collection.
Making Finance Work for Africa is proud to announce its newly redesigned website, www.MFW4A.org.
"We are excited about our new website and the improved access it provides users to our resources," said MFW4A Coordinator, David Ashiagbor. "For anyone looking for relevant information related to financial sector development on the continent, the newly designed website allows for an enriching and user-friendly experience."
In addition to the user-friendly design, new functions and features have been implemented. "We focused on making our content more accessible," said Boipelo Sekgororoane, the project manager on the website redesign. "The new site provides improved accessibility to over 2500 resources on the African financial sector including publications, country and thematic profiles, news, events and showcases MFW4A's unique activities."
Created with various stakeholders in mind, visitors can now benefit from rich and relevant content related to financial sector development on the continent.
The new design will provide a better and easier experience for the website 60,000 per year visitors and encourage others to connect to carry MFW4A's mission forward.
About Making Finance Work for Africa
The Making Finance Work for Africa Partnership (MFW4A) is a unique platform for African financial sector development research, advocacy, knowledge management and networking. Our mission is to be the reference platform for advocacy, knowledge sharing and cooperation on financial sector development in Africa. We bring together African governments, development partners, private sector, and other stakeholders to address financial sector development priorities on the continent. Our partners (The African Development Bank, AFD, EIB, GIZ and the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs) share a common vision of innovative, robust and competitive African financial systems, providing near-universal access to financial services by 2030, and offering a full range of products and services for the continent.
MFW4A is funded by the African Development Bank, Agence Française de Développement, the European Investment Bank, GIZ, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Afreximbank.