Peer-to-Peer Learning Between Countries Can Foster Financial Inclusion

In April, Women’s World Banking convened policymakers from around the world—including Indonesia—at…

Individual Lending: Opening New Doors for Women’s Financial Inclusion

Financial inclusion for low-income women has for years meant group loans. Three financial…

Can youth savings bridge the financial gender gap?

The pilot evaluation of our youth savings project in India reveals the structural barriers women…

Better Than Cash Alliance | Women’s World Banking offers lessons for creating a successful agency banking network

Women's World Banking's Susan Gao wrote a piece for the Better Than Cash Alliance blog about our…

Top three lessons in addressing gender disparity in agribusiness

Associate Susan Gao lists the top themes that emerged in a recent conference on empowering women in…

Welcoming a Bryn Mawr student-intern to the team

Women's World Banking is pleased to welcome Ying (Susan) Gao, a 2013 Bryn Mawr College graduate, to…