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…

Financial Inclusion in India

The gender agnostic approach has gone on for too long, and that needs to change.

Giving Non-Bank Savers a Reason to Save at a Bank

Women’s World Banking undertook research to determine why women aren’t saving actively in a bank…

Uncovering Women’s Attitudes Towards Health in India

Health insurance is complicated. It is full of financial jargon, and it can be confusing to…

Demonetization damaged repayment discipline in India

One year on, what has the effect of demonetization on India been? Thoughts from our Chief…

3 Strategic Ways to Partner with Factories to Reach Millions of Underbanked Workers in India

Part two of a series on the opportunity for factories to offer financial and non-financial services…

How Factories Can Play a Pivotal Role in Expanding Financial Inclusion in India

80% of India's 6 million garment employees are women. Many are not formally banked. These factories…

Moneycontrol | Women Inc: Addressing India’s gender gap

Kate Hooper, Executive Vice President, Market Research and Solution Development at Women’s World…