Gender Finance Back
anup MSC
Nancy
Obiko

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Mar 25, 2020
Anup Singh , Associate Director, Banking and Financial Services in Africa, Microsave Consulting
Nancy Kiarie , Manager in Africa’s Digital Finance Services, MicroSave Consulting
Edward Obiko , Senior Analyst in Digital Financial Services, MicroSave Consulting
The digital gig economy in Africa has quickly gained prominence over time and continues to enhance opportunities for youth and women. Some of MSC’s recent research work in Kenya indicates increasing…
Khalila

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Mar 10, 2020
Khalila Salim , Digital Financial Services Specialist, Africa Digital Financial Inclusion Facility (ADFI)
I once witnessed a women-led table banking group at the foot of Nandi Hills, Kenya and was impressed at how well they were organized. The women had graciously invited me alongside visiting partners…

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Oct 14, 2019
Abdelkader Benbrahim , Partnership Coordinator, Making Finance Work for Africa
Rising migration and its linkages to human, socio-economic and political development has for a number of years been a prominent theme on the international agenda. As a result, remittances have…
Lanre Oloniniyi

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Sep 30, 2019
Lanre Oloniniyi , Co-Founder, Orbitt
Plugging the gap from above Africa is uniquely placed to trade with growing markets in the East, established markets in the West, and domestic markets on her own continent. In order to benefit from…

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Jul 12, 2019
Maram Ahmed , Visiting Fellow, SOAS (London)
Infrastructure is one of the most important drivers of economic growth and reaps numerous socioeconomic benefits. In 2018, a report published by the Boston Consulting Group and Africa Finance…

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Feb 26, 2018
This blog was originally published on Cenfri website. The 2014 Global Findex Report identified that in developing economies, women are 9% less likely to be formally banked than men, with 59% of men…