Women’s financial literacy benefits us all — here’s how

Zata Amamatou, a former peanut patty street vendor turned spice wholesaler thanks to micro-loans. Image: Togo Ministry of Financial Inclusion and the Informal Sector

Mazamesso Assih

Minister, Togo Ministry for Financial Inclusion and the Informal Sector


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Togo is the only country in the West Africa Economic and Monetary Union in which female-run businesses make more money than those run by men. Image: World Bank

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