EFInA – Enhancing Financial Innovation and Access2023-11-30T13:05:39+01:00


EFInA is excited to announce the launch of the A2F 2023 survey findings.

Theme: Unlocking Insights to Accelerate Financial and Economic Inclusion

This event will unveil key survey findings and foster transformative discussions for positive change.



  1. Unveil key insights from the A2F 2023 survey.
  2. Highlight the transformative power of demand-side financial inclusion data.
  3. Emphasize the broader role of the survey in measuring and promoting wider inclusive and sustainable developmental and economic outcomes in Nigeria.
  4. Drive transformational discussions and harness collective intelligence that will pave the way for translating survey findings into innovative solutions and actionable strategies that can drive positive change.

Register HERE to attend the launch of the A2F 2023 survey findings.


Our Focus

We focus on 4 key pillars to drive financial inclusion in Nigeria – Research, Innovation, Advocacy & Capacity Building, and Digital Financial Services.

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Advocacy & Capacity Building

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EFInA’s Impact

Grants Awarded

20 Technical Assistance Grants, with a total value of $3.7 million

12 Innovation Grants, with a total value of over $18.4 million

7 Fintech Challenge Grants, with a total value of over $2 million

Surveys Launched

7 Nationwide Access to Financial Services in Nigeria survey

50+ quality scoping studies

14 project impact assessments


EFInA has hosted over 108 Innovation fora/ workshop/breakfast briefing series to address policy issues which resulted in new initiatives.

Capacity Building

Over 1,210 institutions have benefitted from EFInA’s sponsored training/capacity building initiatives.

Financial Inclusion

4,682,492 Nigerians have been financially included through EFInA funded grant projects, of which 2 million are women.

Over 35,845 agents have been deployed through EFInA funded grant projects, of which over 8,000 are women.

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