In her recently released book, Mary Ellen Iskenderian, President and CEO of Women’s World Banking, provides a comprehensive look at why women’s financial inclusion matters.
This publication introduces a set of five principles to support stakeholders in ensuring G2P programs are viable in terms of financial and operational efficiency.
Indonesia has the largest number of Muslims of any country in the world, at 237 million. This study looks at whether Sharia finance may better work for women's financial inclusion.
This case study research shares the insights of past program participants in order to motivate other aspiring women leaders, provoke conversation, and inspire new career pathways.
Beyond Wage Digitization: Financial Capability and Economic Empowerment of Cambodian Women Migrant Workers
Findings from a survey of 2,781 participants providing an analysis of the levels of financial awareness, financial behaviors, and economic empowerment of women factory workers in Cambodia.
This study analyzed data to better understand why and how women save in India to guide financial services providers as they work to better tailor their products to customer needs.
Women’s Economic Empowerment and Financial Inclusion in Indonesia: Levers to Move Women From Inclusion to Empowerment
Grounded in an analysis of norms governing women’s agency, ability to enact preferences, bargaining power and financial independence, this report provides a conceptual framework to move Indonesian women from financial inclusion to empowerment.