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 research provides insights on the disproportionate need and strategic opportunity for improving the lives and livelihoods of rural women.
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.
This guide advocates for funders to use the market system development approach and proactively take gender norms into account when working to increase women’s financial inclusion.
Case Studies of Multisectoral Approaches to Integrating Digital Financial Services for Women’s Financial Inclusion
This case study explores whether the use of DFS can be used to accelerate women’s financial inclusion and reduce gender inequality in sectors other than financial service - health, agriculture and MSME.
This paper explores the needs and preferences of specific women’s market segments as well as tries to understand how a segmentation strategy can support banks to better serve different women segments.
This report shares HERproject’s experience of supporting 70 garment factories in Bangladesh, with a combined workforce of around 170,000, majority women, to digitize their wages.
Women in Rural and Agricultural Livelihoods (WIRAL): Review and Synthesis of Literature and Leading Experience
This document synthesizes research conducted and key learnings to date regarding women in rural and agricultural livelihoods incorporating the work of the five core partners convened to further the WIRAL research agenda.
This Focus Note outlines the characteristics of informal online commerce (IOC), maps the personas of the women who engage in it, and provides guidance to funders looking to support women to generate livelihoods through IOC.