This 10-point action plan for governments and businesses shares practical steps to help end the continued economic exclusion of women through digital financial inclusion.
Airtel Networks Zambia Plc and the UN Capital Development Fund have announced a partnership designed to bring digital financial services closer to Zambians living in remote areas across the country through Airtel Money.
Applicants can be based anywhere globally, however solutions must focus on youth, women, returning migrants or MSMES in Ashanti and Western regions of Ghana.
While economies around the world are reeling from the pandemic’s impact, some segments are disproportionately affected. This is particularly the case for women-owned micro, small and medium enterprises.
An Assessment of Policy and Regulatory Constraints and Enablers to Women’s Financial Inclusion in Myanmar
In-depth review and analysis of existing policies and regulations accompanied by a literature review
With support from MetLife Foundation, the UNCDF Financial Innovation Lab launched the COVID-19 Financial Health Challenge, focusing on solutions that can help build and improve financial health and resilience of individuals and small businesses.