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Financial Inclusion Week 2022: Inclusive Growth in a Digital Era

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The Center for Financial Inclusion held the 8th annual Financial Inclusion Week (FIW) on October 17-20, 2022. This year’s forum convened actors in the field of inclusive finance to share ideas and research under the theme “Inclusive Growth in a Digital Era.” All sessions are available on the FIW website. While every session is informative, we’ve curated the sessions most relevant to the work of the DSG Hub and linked them here:

The full playlist of 2022 FIW live and on demand sessions can be accessed via this link.

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