Our Initiatives

 

Over the years Digital Frontiers has evolved into a dynamic partner to the development sector. Our diverse initiatives and partnerships reveal a spectrum of capabilities extending far beyond financial inclusion. We are more than just a platform; we are architects of an ecosystem of problem-solvers. As we demonstrate both ongoing and completed projects, the forthcoming TwentyforGood movement showcases our commitment and passion towards creating a workforce for good. 

Our below initiatives and partnerships are a testament to our credibility as a comprehensive development sector partner.  

TwentyforGood is a global movement that works toward a world where 20% of future jobs are dedicated to solving the worlds greatest challenges.

Digital Frontiers Institute (DFI) delivers exceptional learning experiences and opportunities for continuous professional development for organisations and their employees in the development, public and private sector, with a specific focus on developing capabilities in the global South.

 

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The Alliance of Digital Finance Associations acts as the voice of the digital finance profession and provides a global focal point for exposure and credibility of the industry.

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The Pathway to 17 Summit acts as a platform for industry peers and experts to explore some of the innovations and advances in specific agendas that focus on developing capacity to support the achievement of the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. 

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We enable data.org mission to build data science for social impact capabilities in social impact organisations around the world.

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We have partnered with FinEquity, a global Community of Practice, convened by CGAP, focused on women’s economic empowerment through financial inclusion. The partnership with Digital Frontiers seeks to expand networks, deepen local/regional learning, collaboration​ and knowledge exchange.

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We enable W.H.O to build the capabilities of WHO staff and country ministry of health officials at the intersection of health and payments.  

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We enable Agri Experience and the CESSA to build the knowledge, skills and continued professional development of seed practitioners in Africa required to ensure seed systems operate efficiently leading to better food security.

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We helped Wellspring and Agrifrontier to upskilling agribusinesses to be able to build, interpret and interrogate financial models for agribusinesses, with an emphasis on their importance for assessing business viability, growth and investment potential.

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We equipped Mercy-Corps to train field supervisors on implementing sustainable savings groups through the Private Service Provider (PSP) model, which prepares agents to become independent service providers operating on a market-led basis. 

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We enabled the ACCION programme on Board Leadership for Impact to provide guidance, knowledge and resources to assist founders of early-stage entities to set up the first board for their enterprise.

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We enable BTCA to scale the awareness of The 9 Principles for Responsible Digital Payments and how stakeholders can apply them within their own context to contribute towards an inclusive and responsible digital payments eco-system.

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Work with us

Do you have an initiative of your own that you’d like to work with us on? Or a human capital gap that you need to fill? If you are interested in funding, contributing, or partnering on any of our initiatives get in touch with us here.

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