About this course
Certified by DFI
Why Should I Take This Course?
This course is intended for humanitarians (donors, advisors, and implementers), but may also be of interest to payments professionals. Humanitarians may be excited to learn how best to evaluate digital payment options, and design and manage digital cash transfer programs for greater impact. Payments professionals may want to better understand their humanitarian clients or may be exploring expansion into this growing field. We invite people who feel passionate about the link between technology and financial inclusion – as well as those who are skeptical about the extent to which technology can solve humanitarian issues – to find out more and join in our discussions.
Students coming out of the course should have a basic understanding of digital payment options and potential benefits; the regulatory environment that governs digital humanitarian cash; and the common pitfalls and potential of different delivery mechanisms. Students should feel prepared to grapple with design and implementation issues, including data protection, inclusive programming, partner negotiations, and contracting. Students should also feel confident in forming their own opinions on the appropriate use of technology in these emerging markets.
Final Registration: 04 October 2020
Dicount Code: ESCHOOL30 to get 30% discount
Duration: 6 weeks
What you’ll learn
- WHAT ARE DIGITAL PAYMENTS?
- WHAT IS DIGITAL HUMANITARIAN AID?
- WHAT IS DFS?
- WHAT IS FINTECH?
- WHAT IS FINANCIAL INCLUSION?
- WHAT IS A VIRTUAL CLASSROOM?
- WHAT IS DIGITAL FRONTIERS INSTITUTE?
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