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EBRD joins Women’s Digital Financial Inclusion Advocacy Hub

EBRD joins Women’s Digital Financial Inclusion Advocacy Hub

 July 21, 2022

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) joins the Women’s Digital Financial Inclusion Advocacy Hub, led by Women’s World Banking and the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF). 

"We will amplify advocacy to increase women’s digital financial inclusion and empower all women," says the EBRD.

A catalyst for collective action

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The Women’s Digital Financial Inclusion Advocacy Hub is a catalyst for collective action unifying local, regional, and global stakeholders with the common objective of accelerating progress in Women’s Digital Financial Inclusion.

With a unified focus on advocacy, Advocacy Hub partners like the EBRD are creating meaningful progress for women’s digital financial inclusion, resulting in an environment where women can make an informed choice on their financial future, creating a world where women thrive, and economies prosper.

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There are two interconnected components to the Advocacy Hub:

  • Local Coalitions in Indonesia and Ethiopia made up of civil society, and public and private sector organizations who advocate for priority women’s digital financial inclusion issues in their markets.
  • Global Advocacy Hub engine which creates unified messages on priority issues at coordinated times in partnership with organizations from around the globe. The local coalitions and global campaigns reinforce each other’s efforts with shared insights and platforms.

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