Mobile money services are now available in 61% of the world’s developing countries, but women are being left behind.
- China prepares to open CIPS, a massive international payments system.
China's international payments system is almost ready http://t.co/EtlFrOKhqS
— Business Insider (@businessinsider) March 9, 2015
- Women, previously banned from owning mobile phones in India, are now using phones to manage money and even launching innovative pilot projects.
- M-pesa users can now easily send money between Tanzania and Kenya.
— Capital FM Kenya (@CapitalFM_kenya) March 9, 2015
- Grameen Foundation demonstrates how tailored solutions can bring financial access to “high-risk” borrowers such as small farmers.
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