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International Consultant FINANCIAL INCLUSION TECHNICAL ADVISOR
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|Lieu :||UNCDF Office, Yangon, Myanmar|
|Date limite de candidature :||27-Nov-20 (Minuit New York, États-Unis)|
|Type de contrat :||Individual Contract|
|Niveau du poste :||International Consultant|
|Langues requises :||Anglais|
Le PNUD s’engage à recruter un personnel divers en termes de genre, de nationalité et de culture. Nous encourageons de même les personnes issues des minorités ethniques, des communautés autochtones ou handicapées à postuler. Toutes les candidatures seront traitées dans la plus stricte confidentialité.
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UNCDF is the UN’s capital investment agency for the world’s least developed countries. It creates new opportunities for poor people and their communities by increasing access to microfinance and investment capital. UNCDF focuses on Africa and the poorest countries of Asia and the Pacific, with a special commitment to countries emerging from conflict or crisis. It provides seed capital and technical support to help financial institutions reach more poor households and small businesses, and local governments to finance the capital investments – water systems, feeder roads, schools, irrigation schemes – that will improve poor peoples’ lives.
Recently, UNCDF has formulated its strategy ‘Leaving no one behind in the digital era’ based on over a decade of experience in digital finance in Africa, Asia and the Pacific. UNCDF recognizes that reaching the full potential of digital financial inclusion in support of the Sustainable Development Goals aligns with the vision of promoting digital economies that leave no one behind. The vision of UNCDF is to empower millions of people by 2024 to use services daily that leverage innovation and technology and contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals. For further detail on UNCDF strategy, refer to; https://www.uncdf.org/article/4931/global-strategy-leaving-no-one-behind-in-the-digital-era
UNCDF in Myanmar
UNCDF has been operating in Myanmar since 2012 with a capital mandate to expand savings-led financial inclusion and use localized investments to drive poverty reduction and sustainable development. The country program seeks to improve financial service access and usage to achieve equitable, sustainable, and inclusive growth within the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Myanmar Sustainable Development Plan (MSDP) 2018 - 2030, which includes the use of innovative solutions to bring formal services for people at the bottom of the pyramid. Towards this objective in March 2020 an updated national financial inclusion Roadmap, prepared with support from UNCDF (and the DaNa Facility), was approved by the Government of Myanmar as the nation’s highest-level financial inclusion policy document.
Financial Inclusion Roadmap 2019 – 2023
UNCDF has supported the national financial inclusion Roadmap process since 2013, when in collaboration with UNDP and LIFT it conducted extensive research on the state of financial inclusion (FI) in Myanmar, using the UNCDF “Making Access Possible” (MAP) methodology. The research, authorized by the Union Government, collected supply-side analysis data based on in-country research and interviews with key players. The complementary demand-side analysis drew on quantitative data arising from the Myanmar MAP FinScope Survey and qualitative research. The key findings of this diagnostic work were used as a basis for the Myanmar Financial Inclusion Roadmap 2014 – 2020 (aka “Roadmap”), which was developed in consultation with stakeholders within government, donor community, service providers and others in Myanmar. The Roadmap identified the practical steps recommended to enhance financial inclusion in Myanmar, to better support the policy objectives as articulated by the Government of Myanmar, and provided a framework within which supportive intervention action was organized to support the overarching Roadmap goal.
The initial Roadmap was approved by National Cabinet of Myanmar in 2015. The Government placed a high priority on the successful implementation of the Financial Inclusion Roadmap, and as a result approved and established a high level Inter-Ministerial Steering Committee. The Committee is chaired by the Deputy Minister of Finance with secretarial support from the Financial Regulatory Department (FRD). The IMSC is also supported by working groups to coordinate the Roadmap implementation.
During 2018 government supported by UNCDF and DaNa Facility initiated a follow up process to update the original MAP research. The MAP Refresh was completed during 2019, and the updated Roadmap 2019 – 2023 prepared. The DaNa / UNCDF partnership has come to a close, but the project is continuing in partnership with UKAid Myanmar.
Increasing role of Digital Financial Services in financial inclusion
UNCDF is increasingly looking to the power of digital economies and digital financial services to reach the most marginalized, while the updated national financial inclusion Roadmap has highlighted that digital financial services will be a key enabler of inclusion going forward. Access to digital financial services can be expected to drive the use of other financial and non-financial services, and hence the Roadmap outlines the objective of growing the use of digital financial services, with percent of population actively using DFS increasing from 4% in 2018 to 25% in 2023. This growth is much dependent on an enabling environment, coupled with innovation in products and services, as well as the roll out of a digital and financial literacy strategy that is supported by UNCDF and which will support uptake and responsible use of services.
UNCDF is rolling out a number of other interventions to support digitization of financial services in Myanmar, including the MFI digitization project. The Government of Myanmar and other parties are also rolling out further specific projects that will help increase utilization of digital financial services, such as the recently completed National payment strategy developed under the leadership of the Central Bank, and the ongoing reform of State owned entities which prioritizes modernization of services. Many other projects will benefit from increased use of digital and financial services at grassroots level, for example the expansion of the National Social Protection Program including the Maternal and Child Cash Transfer (MCCT) program. Humanitarian and development organizations have identified digital financial services as critical to the expansion and sustainability of their activities, especially through electronic cash transfers (ECTs).
In the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, with an increasing number of destroyed livelihoods, restricted mobility, and a stringent need for maintaining social distancing, digital payments have become critical. Critical to deliver resources to vulnerable population in hard-to-reach areas; critical to reduce the number of contagions; and critical to increase efficiency and transparency in the financial services sector. The economy stands to benefit a great deal by encouraging digital technology, and the pandemic gives new impetus on this front, where activities that are impossible with physical restrictions become possible due to the wider use of technology.
Devoirs et responsabilités
Objective of assignment
This consultancy aims to provide first-class strategic and technical support and to assist the IMSC at the Ministry of Planning, Finance & Industry in Nay Pyi Taw to engage in effective coordination of all related parties. Under the primary supervision of the UNCDF Country Coordinator in Yangon and working directly with FRD, the Technical Advisor will be a lead advisor for overall guidance on Roadmap implementation coordination, awareness, and monitoring.
In addition, the consultant will support UNCDF to launch a Data Utilization and Transparency project, a new project to promote financial inclusion in Myanmar through increased data availability, data utilization and overall transparency in the sector. The project will be in parallel to other UNCDF Roadmap flagship projects, i.e. the national financial and digital literacy and MFI digitization projects. The development of the Data Utilization and Transparency project is in support of the objectives of the Financial Inclusion Roadmap 2019 -2023 cross cutting activities, i.e. transparency, prudential standards and proactive regulation.
The International Technical Advisor will support the following functions:
Deliverables and Final Products Schedule
Professional Fee: The consultancy fee up to the equivalent of a maximum of 120 days will be paid, monthly based on consultant’s timesheet submission. Reimbursable costs incurred with permission will be borne by UNCDF
The Consultant will closely work with the UNCDF Team, in-country and international, under the overall guidance of UNCDF Country Coordinator or his designated representative, and with core support from the UNCDF Digital Financial Services and Financial Inclusion teams. The UNCDF Country Coordinator and / or his designate will approve the consultant’s payment based on the outputs and deliverables listed in these TORs.
Home based, with travel to Yangon, Nay Pyi Taw and other states/regions.
Qualifications et expériences requises
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