Thursday
October 1
2020

The Central Bank of Nigeria Launches Framework for Advancing Women’s Financial Inclusion in Nigeria

By Chidi Eminike

The Central Bank of Nigeria on September 29, 2020, virtually launched the framework of advancing women’s financial inclusion. This was disclosed in an online event tagged “Access to Finance Framework for Women” and anchored by Dr Paul Olukpe.

The framework was conceptualized by the Financial Inclusion Special Intervention Working group and developed by the CBN in collaboration with EFInA and Women’s World Banking with input from over 50 stakeholder institutions.

Photo courtesy of UN Women/Daniel Donald

Source: Nairametrics (link opens in a new window)

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