Twelve African fintech startups have been chosen to participate in the third edition of CATAPULT: Inclusion Africa, a program that helps scale financial inclusion-focused businesses. The LHoFT Foundation’s CATAPULT: Inclusion Africa is a series of Fintech for Financial Inclusion growth programs. The program aims to create bridges between Africa and Europe by highlighting companies focusing on financial inclusion in Africa.
The program will include sessions on business model mapping, investment readiness, funding, capital raising, social impact, scaling strategy, building teams, operational management, and pitch development.
The twelve African startups include four Kenyan fintechs; Kotani Pay, RePay Africa, Asilimia, and Vooli; three from Nigeria, namely Abawah, Igugu Global, and Crop2cash. Also selected are Uganda’s Emata, Ivory Coast’s Moja Bank, Sierra Leone’s Mosabi, Tanzania’s Mipango, and Ghana’s Nokwary Technologies.