Does financial inclusion empower women in PNG? Evidence from two large-scale surveys



Rohan Fox


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Wednesday, 15 May, 2019 - 12:30 to 13:30

Many programs in Papua New Guinea (PNG) aim to achieve positive social and economic outcomes through women’s economic empowerment. Of note, the Bank of PNG and Asian Development Bank have invested significant resources to deliver empowerment through financial inclusion. However, there is limited evidence available to show whether, or to what extent, popular methods like financial literacy training, education, access to finance, or others, successfully achieve empowerment for women in PNG.

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