The document available at explores the roles of intermediated and shared use in the context of digital financial services in Africa. It provides insights into the significance of these models and their impact on financial inclusion. The report highlights the importance of intermediated and shared use in expanding access to financial services, particularly in underserved regions. It documents the potential benefits and challenges associated with these approaches and discusses their relevance in the broader context of digital development. By examining real-world examples and trends, the report sheds light on the opportunities and implications of intermediated and shared use in advancing financial inclusion in Africa.

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