Apply for $15,000 to Test Mobile Money Payment Systems
September 4, 2013 Editor 0
Does your organization uses physical cash in operations or programming to implement a development project in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Haiti, Indonesia, Malawi, the Philippines, Colombia, Kenya, or Peru?
Then apply now for four fixed obligation USAID grants, with each grant likely between $10,000 and $15,000, to conduct a comparative study and monitor and evaluate the use of cash and electronic payments in development programming under the Grants for Electronic and Mobile Payment Implementation and Evaluation fund.
Administered by NetHope, the fund will support organizations that commit to testing e-payments in order to compare and document the costs, challenges, and benefits of using cash versus e-payments.
If you are interested, check out the details and be sure to submit your concept note by 12:00 PM ET Wednesday, September 18, 2013.
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