Financial Inclusion

Broadening access to financial systems including financial institution training, economic literacy, microfinance, savings and savings mobilization, and cash transfers.

Funding Conflict Regions

Overall, funders acknowledged that funding in conflict and post-conflict settings is inherently risky. Funders must be willing to assume some degree of risk when engaging in these settings.

From the Report: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: The Role of Funders in Conflict

Case Study

Curiosity about investing in women led to creating a donor roadmap

Sample Grant

More than half of the adult population in Burundi lives more than 8 km from a formal financial service access point.



Understanding money and its management is recognised as a route to self-sufficiency for girls and their households, and is particularly important for reducing dependency on men.

From the Report: Adolescent Girls Economic Opportunities Study in Rwanda