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Brussels Briefing 49:
Youth in agribusiness: shaping the future of agriculture
Presentation
Gerald Otim, Founder and Chief...
We are helping improve how
financial service are delivered in
rural Africa by modernizing
banking infrastructure for
Coope...
 Uganda is the youngest nation in the world.
 77% of population is between 15 and 24.
 Most females. Rural; and employe...
40% of all districts in Uganda lack
a bank branch – Bank of Uganda
There are 6000 registered Cooperative
Financial Instititions in Uganda.
Atleast 4 SACCO in every district
Male Female Youth
Membership 3,111 5,114 1,967
% growth from Previous Fin year 99.6% 99.4% 114.4%
Access to Credit 2,100 3...
 SACCOS operate a highly inefficient system
in an insecure environment, with limited
or no linkages at all.
 The old sys...
We are using tehnology to make SACCOs
more efficient, and to reach more
clients; and to make data-driven
decision.
Mobile banking is enabling
more young people to access
financial services
conveniently; and cutting
costs for service prov...
What are our
clients saying?
Efficient Management System
“ MOBIS software from Ensibuuko has finally made life easier with ...
Who is
using our
platfrom?
Uganda (72)
Zambia (3)
Malawi (5)
We are using tehnology to make 72
SACCOs more efficient, and ...
Partners &
Supporters
AWARDS
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Brussels Briefing 49 “Youth in agribusiness: shaping the future of agriculture" Gerald Otim: Improving financial inclusion of Youth through ICTs

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The Brussels Development Briefing no. 49 on “Youth in agribusiness: shaping the future of agriculture” took place on 18th of May 2017 from 09:00 to 13:00, at the ACP Secretariat in Brussels, Belgium. This Briefing was co-organised by CTA, the ACP Secretariat, European Commission (DG DEVCO), Concord, PAFO and AgriCord.

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Brussels Briefing 49 “Youth in agribusiness: shaping the future of agriculture" Gerald Otim: Improving financial inclusion of Youth through ICTs

  1. 1. Brussels Briefing 49: Youth in agribusiness: shaping the future of agriculture Presentation Gerald Otim, Founder and Chief operating officer, Ensibuuko, Uganda “Improving financial inclusion of Youth through ICTs”
  2. 2. We are helping improve how financial service are delivered in rural Africa by modernizing banking infrastructure for Cooperative Financial Institutions Otim Gerald, Founder & COO, Ensibuuko (Uganda) www.ensibuuko.com Twitter: @ensibuuko @otimgerald
  3. 3.  Uganda is the youngest nation in the world.  77% of population is between 15 and 24.  Most females. Rural; and employed in agriculture.
  4. 4. 40% of all districts in Uganda lack a bank branch – Bank of Uganda
  5. 5. There are 6000 registered Cooperative Financial Instititions in Uganda. Atleast 4 SACCO in every district
  6. 6. Male Female Youth Membership 3,111 5,114 1,967 % growth from Previous Fin year 99.6% 99.4% 114.4% Access to Credit 2,100 3,000 412 % of members accessing credit 67% 59% 20% Case RUKIGA Savings & Credit Cooperative (Western Uganda)
  7. 7.  SACCOS operate a highly inefficient system in an insecure environment, with limited or no linkages at all.  The old system is difficult to scale.
  8. 8. We are using tehnology to make SACCOs more efficient, and to reach more clients; and to make data-driven decision.
  9. 9. Mobile banking is enabling more young people to access financial services conveniently; and cutting costs for service providers
  10. 10. What are our clients saying? Efficient Management System “ MOBIS software from Ensibuuko has finally made life easier with the introduction of e cient management information systems. Our managementffi is now able to make accurate decisions on every day business operations. Allied Sacco, Northern Uganda Data driven decision making “ Upon deployment of the MOBIS, timely reports are now generated and appropriate management decision-making is made in the earliest possible time. Rukiga Sacco, Western Uganda Reach more clients using Mobile Banking “ Through chapchap Mobile Banking platform, we have saved over 110,000 Ugx as clients check balances, withdraw, deposit and get mini statements from their phones instead of our earlier expenses in ATM machines. With this acquisition, we expect accelerated growth with e ective service delivery.ff Soroti Teachers Sacco, Eastern Uganda Efficiency “ Now all our clients in over 100 districts across the country can pay their loans and receive money on their phone anytime Exodus Police Sacco, Kampala, Uganda
  11. 11. Who is using our platfrom? Uganda (72) Zambia (3) Malawi (5) We are using tehnology to make 72 SACCOs more efficient, and to reach more clients; and to make data- driven decision.
  12. 12. Partners & Supporters AWARDS

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