Projects - KfW

KfW e-zwich Rural Branchless Banking Project

In September 2010, the Federal Republic of Germany through the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development and the Republic of Ghana decided to make available funds to promote the implementation of the e-zwich, especially in rural areas of Ghana. The objective of the project is to improve access to financial services to the benefit of the rural population. In January 2012, the respective project Agreements were signed between the Republic of Ghana, represented by the Ministry of Finance (MoF), the Bank of Ghana (BoG), GhIPSS and KfW.

It appears you don't have a PDF plugin for this browser. No biggie... you can click here to download the PDF file.

  • Current News & Events
    • new
      Value of GhIPSS transactions hits GH¢ 174.5bn
      The Ghana Interbank Payment and Settlement Systems Ltd (GhIPSS) has witnessed consistent growth in the value.... read more»
    • new
      E-zwich patronage grew by 140% in 2016
      The use of the biometric smart card, e-zwich, experienced exponential growth last year after series of mechanisms... read more»
    • new
      Foreign remittance to bank accounts and e-zwich cards now a reality in Ghana
      Recipients of foreign remittance can now opt to have the money paid directly to their bank account.... read more»
    • new
      Six government programmes use e-zwich for transparency
      Some six government social interventions and programmes have since June adopted e-zwich.... read more»
    • new
      GhIPSS to work with stakeholders to ensure telcos interoperability
      The Chief Executive Officer of Ghana Interbank Payment and Settlement System (GhIPSS) ... read more»
    • new
      GOVERNMENT CALLS FOR INTEROPERABILITY BETWEEN BANKS, TELCOS
      Government has called for a collaboration among financial stakeholders ... read more»
    • new
      Gender Ministry to disburse LEAP funds via e-zwich
      The Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection is expected to disburse January... read more»
    • new
      GhIPSS provides multiple outlets for e-zwich users
      Regular users of e-zwich cards, including National Services persons, students and beneficiaries of various government social ... read more»

    Top