Kenya Community of Practice brochure

Type of documentBrochure

In early 2021, the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), a specialized agency of the United Nations, through its Financing Facility for Remittances (FFR), established the Kenya National Remittance Stakeholder Network (NRSN) within the Platform for Remittances, Investments and Migrants’ Entrepreneurship in Africa (PRIME Africa).

The aim of the network is to gather key stakeholders in the Kenya remittance industry to facilitate dialogue among parties, share information, challenges, opportunities and practices. The NRSN Kenya Community of Practice (CoP) comes to address the members’ needs for more continuous, specific and in-depth discussion on remittances and its applications. Specifically, it offers an inclusive and collaborative space for its members to exchange practices that promote innovative business models and products, showcase public-private-partnerships and address new trends and market
opportunities.

In particular, the objectives of the CoP are to:

  • connect remittance stakeholders across sectors to facilitate dialogue, exchange knowledge, develop joint initiatives and identify solutions
  • allow access to a shared repository
  • update members on data, markets and regulations
  • enhance company visibility
Publication dateDec 2022
Languagesenglish
Number of pages
Focus RegionAfrica
TopicMarket insights, Remittance families and development
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