Currently more than 2 billion adults worldwide — mostly poor and disproportionately women — lack access to formal financial services. A myriad of factors contribute to this problem including cost and geography among others. This poor access adversely affects education, health and housing, diminishing the quality of life and opportunity for growth and development. With growing momentum, we are seeing an opportunity for digital solutions to address this financial inclusion gap.
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Source: Hacking Finance