Women on the Move in West Africa: Impact Growth Strategy 2017 Annual Report

Started by CARE International, the Women on the Move partnership goal is to economically and socially empower women and girls through their mobilisation and access to savings groups.

This report details the early impacts from collaborating with communities, governments, banks and with new coalition members to improve financial inclusion and gender equality in West Africa.

  • Countries: Global
  • Published: October 2017

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