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Information and communications technology response to the Liberia ebola crisis

An information and communication technology assessment recently conducted in Liberia by NetHope and USAID addresses the potential for digital payments in the response to Ebola.

The documents looks into the digital payments landscape, describing the banking sector, use of mobile money and remittance firms. It also presents the regulatory environment and identifies payment disruption risk mitigation measures.

Finally, the report includes recommendations for the next 60 days and for the next next 3 to 24 months to make the best use of digital payments.

Date: November 5th 2014

Author: NetHope and Global Broadband and Innovations Alliance (GBI)

Language: english