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She Counts is a knowledge-sharing and learning platform created to drive savings for low-income women. Through this series, you’ll hear leaders of institutions who are part of She Counts, discuss work that they have been doing and the learnings that they’ve extracted along the way.

Making Savings Work for Women She Counts: Women's World Banking

    • Non-Profit

She Counts is a knowledge-sharing and learning platform created to drive savings for low-income women. Through this series, you’ll hear leaders of institutions who are part of She Counts, discuss work that they have been doing and the learnings that they’ve extracted along the way.

    But 30% is not enough. (Ep. 4)

    But 30% is not enough. (Ep. 4)

    In this episode, Ade Ashaye (EVP, Network, Women's World Banking) chats with Ada Udechukwu (Head of Women Banking, Access Bank in Nigera) and Sandra Orgu (Partnerships and Communications Manager, Access Bank in Nigeria) about Access Bank's commitment to serving women, and the barriers women face in Nigeria.

    • 29 min
    Nothing is too little to save. You are what you save. (Ep. 3)

    Nothing is too little to save. You are what you save. (Ep. 3)

    In this episode, Ade Ashaye (EVP, Network, Women's World Banking) chats with Beatrice Mwambije (SME and Liabilities Senior Manager, NMB Bank, Tanzania). They discuss Beatrice's journey into banking, and her work advocating for women clients by driving savings through women-focused business clubs.

    • 21 min
    Financial Services Reimagined with Goal-based Financial Solutions (Ep. 2)

    Financial Services Reimagined with Goal-based Financial Solutions (Ep. 2)

    In this episode, Ade Ashaye (EVP, Network, Women's World Banking) chats with Puneet Gupta (Co-Founder, Kaleidofin India). They discuss Kaleidofin's dedication to their customers and customizing financial plans with a package-based approach.

    • 23 min
    Intersecting Worlds of Tontines, FinTech, Savings and Commercial Viability (Ep. 1)

    Intersecting Worlds of Tontines, FinTech, Savings and Commercial Viability (Ep. 1)

    In the first episode, Ade Ashaye (EVP, Network, Women's World Banking) chats with Bernie Akporiaye, Managing Director, MaTontine Senegal). They discuss MaTontine's work providing access to small loans and a range of financial services to underserved women, and creating innovative ways of providing financial education that's easy to access and easy to implement.

    • 19 min

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