According to a recent report by the World Bank, Africa hosts more digital financial services than any other region and is home to almost half of the total 700 million users in the world. On the continent, some nations engage in mobile money banking, while others focus on the cybersecurity of digital systems. How are these practices engaging in digital inclusion? What can countries do to foster inclusive and secure technological systems in the financial sectors and beyond?  

Join the Carnegie Technology and International Affairs Program for the first event in a two-part series on digital financial inclusion in Africa, featuring Tomslin Samme-Nlar, Elizabeth Kolade, Noëlle Cowling, in conversation with Carnegie fellow Nanjira Sambuli.