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Digital Financial Services Digital Inclusion Digital Literacy Digitization Planning Digitization Risks & Barriers Financial Literacy Gender Project Design User Experience

Enabling Women’s Financial Inclusion through Digital Financial Literacy

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2021
FinEquity
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This FinEquity brief explores the relationship between digital financial literacy (DFL) and women’s digital financial inclusion. The brief outlines the components, enablers, and challenges to women’s DFL, and demonstrates how the various dimensions of DFL are inter-connected and should not be addressed in isolation. Drawing from the experiences of FinEquity members, the brief explores good principles in the design of DFL programs, and includes case studies from Bangladesh, Cambodia, and Ghana.

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