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 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.
This paper brings together the evidence of what is known on norms and financial inclusion and uses cases to demonstrate aspects of and approaches to addressing discriminatory norms throughout the financial system.
This report provides an overview of "the current state of strivers" across these countries with an aim to understand the emerging unmet needs through market assessments.
This publication examines how best to share information, build financial capability and enable lasting behavior change in a context in which women may have limited say in their own economic choices or require additional support or flexibility to overcome trust and care responsibilities.
This review presents four different reports which outline key findings and recommendations based on the most effective methods for integrating men in the process of women's empowerment.