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Each member of the Network is substantially independent, with its own governance structure responding to local needs and priorities. FSDs create their own programmes and engagements in response to the specific markets of their geographic areas of operation. The FSD Network is governed by a Council made up of the leaders of all members. The Council decides on major directions and creates the opportunity for members to engage in areas of common interest. The Council is currently chaired by Tamara Cook from FSD Kenya and Jean Bosco Iyacu of Access to Finance Rwanda.

Recognising the common challenges across markets on the continent, FSD Network members have undertaken to work collaboratively to address these more effectively. We are committed to finding strength in our cross-country diversity by sharing our experiences, skills and resources as appropriate and collaborating actively on programmes within areas which are relevant to achieving national priorities.