Published on September 28, 2017

Person-to-government (P2G) payment digitisation: Lessons from Kenya


This study was originally published by GSMA on their wesbite.

This study attempts to draw insights about the implementation of P2G services that might be useful for mobile money providers and governments in others markets, and to highlight the opportunity for partnerships between mobile money providers and government. It is based on research conducted by the Bankable Frontiers Associates (BFA), including demand- and supply-side studies of the Kenyan government digital payments landscape.

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