Capacity building at AFI is aimed to support AFI member institutions to gain and translate knowledge about
financial inclusion policy, regulation and supervision into concrete actions that meet specific financial
inclusion goals. It is one of the seven strategic initiatives of AFI directed to support the second AFI
strategic objective of enhanced implementation of evidence -based financial inclusion policies.
As a member-owned policy-driving network, AFI is uniquely positioned to act as a “knowledge broker” by
providing a learning platform where members share existing knowledge and experience and draw on technical
expertise of AFI’s private sector partners and a wide range of external relevant sector players. Combined
with the expertise of AFI’s staff, this peer learning approach makes the network’s capacity building
platforms unique for financial inclusion policy and regulation.
AFI offers about 20 trainings every year which can be of five kinds designed to meet the specific learning
needs of its members:
To learn more, click here to view the capacity building factsheet. Interested in taking part in a capacity
building program? Please get in touch at Capacity.Building@afi-global.org