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The Nigerian Naira Redesign Series: Effectiveness of the CBN Cash Swap Initiative for Rural Areas

We are concerned about the effectiveness of the CBN Cash Swap initiative due to factors such as the uneven distribution and coverage of agent networks particularly in rural areas. In Episode 7 of the Naira Redesign Series on Inclusion for All Radio, our podcast host Chinasa Collins-Ogbuo is joined by Victor Olojo – President, Association […]

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Gloria Edukere / Inclusion for all

The Nigerian Naira Redesign Series: Enabling Financial Inclusion Or Extenuating Financial Exclusion?

On Episode 7 of Inclusion for all radio, Chinasa Collins-Ogbuo – podcast host and Head, of Inclusion for all Initiative; is joined by Professor Olayinka David- West, the Associate Dean of the Lagos Business School (LBS) in Nigeria where she leads the Sustainable and Inclusive Digital Financial Services (SIDFS) initiative, a research, advocacy, and capacity […]

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Inclusion 4 All / Inclusion for all

Women, rurality & inclusion – Digital ID as a game-changer

On the 2022 Financial Inclusion Week special podcast episode of Inclusion for all radio – Chinasa Collins-Ogbuo; our podcast host and Head, Inclusion for all initiative is joined by Saude Amina Atoyebi – Head, Kaduna State Social Investment Office. Saude discusses the gender and urban/rural discrepancies in NIN (National Identity Number) enrollment and bank ownership […]

Enrolment barriers Gender

November 9, 2022

Inclusion 4 All / Inclusion for all

world Nigeria

Gender, National Identity & Age

Women Over the age of 39 are progressively less likely to own and ID than their male Counterparts and the gender gap expands the older the respondents get indicating that the older the woman is, the less likely she is to have an ID.

Enrolment barriers Gender

November 9, 2022

Inclusion 4 All / Inclusion for all

world Nigeria

Gender, National Identity and Poverty

Women are less likely to have ID than men at every level of the World Bank’s Poverty Probability index and the gender gap widens as they get poorer.

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November 9, 2022

Inclusion 4 All / Inclusion for all

world Nigeria

Understanding the link between poverty and ownership of Nigeria’s National Identity Number

The likelihood of respondents having ID decreases at every percentile of the World Bank’s Poverty Probability Index, demonstrating clearly that the poorer you are, the less likely you are to have ID.

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