One week after a ceremonious expo in Mt Hagen, the financial inclusion momentum continues with a new and improved website for the Centre for Excellence in Financial Inclusion.
The site will feature, for the first time, financial data from partner micro-finance institutions for public consumption.
The website launch that took place this afternoon at the Central Bank in Port Moresby is a significant step toward propelling the financial inclusion initiative that the bank has started.
After the successful Mount Hagen expo last week, hosted by the bank with the support of other stakeholders, information and the dissemination of information to the public is now vital.
According to Governor Loi Bakani, the public is hungry for information.
The new website is user-friendly and interactive, with a contact section that allows the public to send an email or call in to the centre for further information.
There is also a new feature is a section called Faces, where users can read testimonials from Papua New Guineans around the country, whose lives have been improved by financial education and inclusion.