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Setting FinEquity's Next Agenda: We Want Your Input!

Carolina Trivelli introduces FinEquity's global consultation
Woman walks with her son on her back in a cotton field in Mozambique.

It’s no secret that climate change disproportionality affects women. One quarter of all economically active women across the world work in the agriculture sector, which is increasingly challenged by rising temperatures that threaten women’s income levels and availability of food. Women also face challenges from climate change across a host of other factors – from increased vulnerability to gender-based violence to lower access to support during and after climate shocks.

FinEquity’s 2023 Annual Meeting spotlighted how women, who are often the first victims of these impacts, can play a central role as actors of change in the climate transition.

FinEquity 2023 Global Consultation

As a FinEquity Technical Advisory Committee and FinEquity ALC Regional Advisory Group member, I was happy to facilitate the launch of the FinEquity 2023 Global Consultation with a voting exercise during FinEquity’s 2023 Annual Meeting. Over 200 people participated to share their thoughts on the leading priorities for FinEquity to collectively advance progress on women's financial inclusion. It was no surprise to me that the nexus between climate change, financial inclusion, and women’s empowerment came up as a strong priority! The voting also revealed key actors that we should be involving and the need to work through a variety of financial services adapted to women in both rural and urban settings.

FinEquity is now broadening this consultation to make sure it hears the community and remains member driven. Please take five minutes to share your input through this survey!

Carolina Trivelli


Carolina Trivelli, Senior Researcher at the Instituto de Estudios Peruanos, Member of the Fiscal Council, Ministry of Economy and Finance Peru

Carolina holds a Master's degree in Agricultural Economics from The Pennsylvania State University and is an Economist from the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP). She has been Advisor in Strategic Analysis at the FAO Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean, Manager of Pagos Digitales Peruanos, consultant for various international organizations, advisor to international society organizations, advisor to civil society organizations, and Minister of Development and Social Inclusion of Peru (between the years 2011 and 2013).


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