Women’s World Banking convened institutions and organizations invested in serving rural women to discuss the successes and challenges of developing an innovative, responsible, and sustainable approach to serving clients in rural areas.
Women’s World Banking CEO Mary Ellen Iskenderian weighs in on The Economist’s Nov 14 feature on financial inclusion to ask, “what about women?”
Women’s World Banking co-hosted a roundtable with financial inclusion players in Mexico to the challenges to offering individual lending in the country and a path forward to begin.
Women’s World Banking helped network member institutions in Latin America develop loans that meet rural women’s needs and deepen inclusion for the rural market.
After investing her savings into a business that failed, Nang Edjing picked up the pieces and started another venture with the help of NWTF.