Category: Connected Women

Examining the financial inclusion of women – the mobile money gender gap in Rwanda

January 17, 2017 | Connected Women | Mobile Money | Sub-Saharan Africa | Rwanda | Elisa Minischetti

In a previous blog post, we outlined some of the barriers that affect women at a higher rate than men and that can help explain the origins of the mobile money gender gap in Rwanda. But do ...
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Analysing your data to increase the reach of your mobile money service among women

January 9, 2017 | Connected Women | Global | Global | Elisa Minischetti

By capitalising on mobile’s widespread nature, the mobile money industry has made significant progress in extending the reach of financial institutions through the provision of mobile ...
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Using your data to drive growth in women’s use of mobile money services

December 21, 2016 | Connected Women | Global | Global | GSMA

Mobile financial services have proven to be a game changer for financial inclusion. However, women are consistently less likely than men to access these services. This is a loss to women, ...
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Taking a look at women’s financial inclusion via mobile money – Barriers and drivers to the mobile money gender gap in Rwanda

December 14, 2016 | Connected Women | Mobile Money | Sub-Saharan Africa | Rwanda | Elisa Minischetti

The widespread nature and affordability of mobile makes it the perfect vehicle to bridge the infrastructure gap that people in low- and middle-income countries often face. Mobile is also ...
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Closing the Indian social media gender gap

November 22, 2016 | Connected Women | South Asia | India | Claire Lynch

The current situation More Indians are coming online, yet recent figures from We are Social show social media use in the country remains low, especially among women. Findings show women ...
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