How to Measure Women's Economic Empowerment (WEE) in Financial Inclusion
This webinar discussed the development of a core set of indicators to measure Women's Economic Empowerment (WEE) within financial inclusion (FI) programs and initiatives to help stakeholders better understand the outcomes of FI on women.
Women's Economic Empowerment (WEE) Measurement In Financial Inclusion
The Center for Global Development, Data2X, and FinEquity offer a set of indicators to promote a simplified and harmonized approach to measure WEE in the context of financial inclusion programs and initiatives
Measuring Women’s Economic Empowerment in the Context of Financial Inclusion
In this event co-hosted by CGD, Data2X, and FinEquity, we launched an initiative to identify and test a core set of WEE indicators for financial inclusion.
Social Assistance and Information in the Initial Phase of the COVID-19 Crisis: Lessons from a Household Survey in India
This publication explores the implementation of a social assistance program in India based on a household survey conducted four to six weeks after its launch.
Social Protection During the Pandemic: Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, and Mexico
How have policy responses mitigated the impact of the pandemic on poverty in the region?
The Impact of COVID-19 on Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises
Evidence from two-wave phone surveys in China
Digital Technology in Social Assistance Transfers for COVID-19 Relief: Lessons From Selected Cases
Women’s Access to Cash Transfers in Light of COVID-19: The Case of Pakistan
Citizens and States: How Can Digital ID and Payments Improve State Capacity and Effectiveness?
This report considers the potential for digital technology to help reform citizen–state interactions, and to do this in a way that increases individual agency and improves efficiency in the delivery of public services, subsidies, and transfers.