BRAC International has recently expanded its microfinance operations in Liberia, marking a significant milestone in its mission to empower women in rural and remote areas.
The aim of the investment is to boost competitiveness in the small and medium enterprise finance market while also improving financial inclusion, creating jobs, and supporting the nation's climate goals.
This impactful collaboration will promote financial inclusion by addressing the specific needs of female customers in the banking sector through in-depth market research, a robust Customer Value Proposition, and strategic linkages with Sri Lankan women and women-owned Small and Medium Enterprises.
This guide points readers to relevant resources that shed light on rural women’s exposure to climate change and emerging solutions that help them adapt and build their resilience.
The workshop aims to foster a collaborative environment for thought leaders to discuss strategies for women’s empowerment through microfinance and address challenges and opportunities in financial inclusion.
The investment will directly support IFC priorities in Paraguay, fostering private investment and competition; encouraging economic formalization through financial resources for local businesses; and directing capital toward solutions that drive gender equality.
British International Investment and Compagnie Financière Africaine (COFINA) Advance Gender Finance for Small Businesses in Côte D’Ivoire Through EUR 14 Million Loan
The partnership will enhance local Micro-, Small- and Medium-sized Enterprises’ access to much needed credit for business growth, help create jobs and address gender finance gap.
Women's World Banking has decided to extend the deadline for applications for Leadership & Diversity Program for Regulators until 31 December 2023.
Based on 3,822 (majority women) VSLA member interviews, this brief represents quantitative data from Burundi, Colombia, Côte d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Mali, Niger, and Vietnam.