Collecting and Using Gender-Disaggregated Data for Financial Policymaking

Key findings from 11 countries

The goal of this study is to gather evidence that can help regulators collect gender-disaggregated financial data, and design policies based on evidence. This paper is most useful for financial sector regulators and policymakers, as well as organizations that work with them on financial inclusion and data collection. It focuses on 11 countries that have primarily collected supply-side gender-disaggregated data, although a few use solely demand-side data, featuring a range of experiences. The methodology used is a mix of desk research and interviews with policymakers.

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By Myra Valenzuela