8 November 2022
COP 27 Session Examines ‘Effect of Digital Financial Inclusion on Climate Change’


‘Digital Financial Inclusion and its Effect on Climate Change’

A session titled “Digital Financial Inclusion and its Effect on Climate Change” is taking place on November 10 as part of the agenda of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP 27). The session takes place at 12:00-01:00 PM at the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) Pavilion in the Green Zone. The session will be streamed online via: https://zoom.us/j/95450337476.

The session will provide an overview of Egypt Post’s 155-year-long history, vision, strategy, and role as one of the world’s largest postal operators. It will explain how Egypt Post, with its huge network of over 4,300 offices, works to support Egypt’s Vision 2030 and fulfill its role as a member of the Universal Postal Union (UPU).

Other topics on the session’s agenda include the digitization of government services, financial inclusion, and inbound international remittance. This is in addition to Egypt Post’s efforts in offering quality financial and postal services at affordable prices, across the country, under the notion of “universal service obligations.”

Moreover, the session will highlight how Egypt Post has been adopting a “go digital go green” approach. It initiated a digital financial inclusion strategy focusing on employing new FinTech solutions and innovations to deliver new services and improve customer experience, developing new channels and digital products to facilitate citizens’ access to services, and targeting new segments of society through new innovative digital products.

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