Low level of exposure, literacy hinder women’s financial education

According to the World Bank, there is a 14 per cent gap between men who own bank accounts and women who don’t. What this means is that more women (than men) are financially excluded even though they are major drivers of the informal economy and the more popular caregivers at the domestic front. This is the reason Onyeka Akpaida is leading a campaign, through Rendra Foundation, to improve the resilience and economic outcomes of underserved women by encouraging them to become financially included and financially literate.

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