Financial Services Case Study

This case study is one of a four-part series designed to explore the effectiveness of interventions across different sectors to increase women’s economic empowerment. The series includes case studies on achieving women’s economic empowerment through four of WIN’s intervention areas: media, financial services, distribution and management tools and information. Improving the way that financial services are designed and marketed to low income women can create benefits for both customers and financial services providers. This case study contains examples of successful interventions and captures lessons learned.

The WIN Program is a five-year initiative implemented by TechnoServe and financed by the Embassy of Sweden in Mozambique. Our objective is to economically empower women in Mozambique by enabling their participation in the economy. To do this, we support the private and public sector to trial and implement sustainable changes in the way that they approach women as staff or workers, potential customers, suppliers and business partners. Read full Case Study Here.