In the world today, only 58 percent of women (compared to 65 percent of men) have a bank account in a formal financial institution. Discover some of the strategies put forward by the specialists who took part in this conference in order to increase the financial inclusion of women.
The Entrepreneur Financial Centre (EFC) in Tunisia is expanding its fight against unemployment and poverty in that country by widening its efforts aimed at entrepreneurs operating micro and small enterprises.
Discover how Gladys Rafaela Martínez and dozens of other women in Paraguay successfully reduced their environmental footprint and safeguarded their family’s health while saving time and energy.
Under the Rural Finance Program in Benin, KfW has awarded DID the mandate to provide assistance to FECECAM, the largest cooperative financial network in that country, to strengthen its practices and service offer in rural finance.
Upon completion, the ADAPAMI support project for developing, professionalizing and revitalizing microfinance in Benin plans to make it possible for 500,000 additional beneficiaries, 60 percent of them women, to gain access to secure, high quality financial services.
DID will take part in the Skills Training for Employment Program (STEP) in Senegal, under the direction of World Vision Canada and in partnership with Enablis Canada.
DID maintains its support for rural enterprise development managed by youth in Cameroon - a project financed by IFADFebruary 7, 2017
DID will extend into 2018 its participation in the Youth Agropastoral Entrepreneurship Promotion Program in Cameroon (PEA-Youth) conducted with financial support from the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) at the United Nations