This document outlines four steps to work through when designing approaches to women’s digital financial capability: Diagnose, Design, Deliver, and Document.
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 aims to assist policymakers, the academia, development agencies or other stakeholders in overcoming the current gap in empirical data on the impact of agricultural partial credit guarantee schemes by providing key information on technical and operational aspects of impact evaluations of credit guarantee schemes in agriculture.
This report provides an update of the state of agricultural insurance stocktaking conducted in 2016 covering 52 national agricultural insurance programs and two regional programs in 32 low- and middle-income countries.
This report draws on the lessons that main actors in Zambia, Rwanda, and Sierra Leone have learned about resilience in the times of COVID-19 and identifies key insights into how they have continued to expand financial inclusion.
This case study shares more on the design of the app predicting credit risk to provide young entrepreneurs with affordable capital, and initial lessons learned for practitioners.
This research provides insights on the disproportionate need and strategic opportunity for improving the lives and livelihoods of rural women.