Retail Innovations

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Retail innovations
August 2015

M-SASA

Dubai Bank’s mobile banking service which allows clients to check their balances, request mini-statements, deposit and withdraw cash as well as transfer funds to other accounts from their mobile devices. The bank’s customers will also be able to track the progress of loan applications and pay bills when utilizing the service.

Retail innovations
August 2015

PesaCalc

PesaCalc is a free Android app that helps mobile money users in Kenya save money when using mobile money services. PesaCalc helps Kenya’s mobile money users prepare exactly the right amount to send with the options of sending to registered and unregistered users, as well as including the withdrawal fee. The app helps users to […]

Retail innovations
August 2015

Water Credit

WaterCredit uses funds from donors to leverage commercial capital to fund MFI loan portfolios targeted at clients’ water and sanitation home connection needs. These MFIs disburse loans to a community’s self-help group, which then distributes the loan to individual borrowers. Currently Water.org supports a country-wide WaterCredit initiative with four microfinance institutions in both rural and […]

Retail innovations
August 2015

Sustainable Water and Sanitation in Africa (SUWASA)

Sustainable Water and Sanitation in Africa (SUWASA) is a regional initiative of the US Agency for International Development (USAID), implemented by Tetra Tech, with a mission of fostering the transformation of water and sanitation delivery services in Africa to achieve long-term financial sustainability through the application of market-based principles. SUWASA is designed to spread effective […]

Retail innovations
August 2015

Tone kwa Tone Pata Pump

Kickstart’s mobile layaway service “Tone kwa Tone Pata Pump”  (Kiswahili for “Drop by Drop gets the Pump”) allows small-scale farmers to make incremental payments via M-PESA for an irrigation pump that is held on lawaway until payments are complete. Farmers register for the service via paper forms, and are subsequently notified via SMS that they’ve […]

Retail innovations
August 2015

Susteq

Susteq provides reliable water access through micro-payments to people without fixed connection in their homes and supports water organizations with installation of pre paid meters in rural and urban communities. Because people in these communities pay a small amount for water access, their water-points can be maintained in a sustainable way.

Retail innovations
August 2015

Grundfos LifeLink

Grundfos Lifelink supplies, installs and services pay-as-you-go water solutions. Its applications include a standalone water kiosk, a communal water point with separate water supply, and mini-grid water points with separate water supplies. Grundfos Lifelink utilizes automatic water dispensers that come with an integrated revenue management system that tracks consumption, credit transactions, technical performance, and needed […]

Retail innovations
August 2015

Lipa Karo na M-PESA

Launched in 2010, Lipa Karo is a Safaricom service that enables school fees payment via M-Pesa.  Upon signing up, a school is issued with a unique aggregated Paybill/business number to which school fees are remitted. Funds received via the school’s M-pesa paybill number are consolidated in the school’s Paybill account and can be withdrawn  and transferred to the […]

Retail innovations
August 2015

Eneza

Eneza is a virtual tutor and teacher’s assistant on a low-cost mobile phone. available by dialing *291# from a Safaricom line or registering online. Eneza, formerly mPrep, provides educational content via SMS/USSD and web to 170,000 upper primary school students in Kenya. Content includes quizzes and mini-lessons for the students, as well as data and […]