Beyond Wage Digitization: Financial Capability and Economic Empowerment of Cambodian Women Migrant Workers
Findings from a survey of 2,781 female research 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.
This report highlights the design of Women's World Banking's unique Jan Dhan Plus solution and learnings from a subsequent pilot study that helped nurture regular savings behavior among low-income women in the country.
Women’s World Banking’s Fintech Innovation Challenge provides a global stage to highlight fintech innovations focused on building women's security and prosperity in the face of global inequalities.
The guiding hypothesis of this research is that technical know-how and leadership competencies will enable executives to drive women’s financial inclusion on a greater scale than ever before
This publication assesses the awareness, use and acceptance of digital wage payments among enterprises and workers in Vietnam, with a specific focus on women workers.
Through this research, beneficiaries and agents respond to Indonesia’s largest cash transfer program as it pivots to provide COVID-19 emergency aid.