In this episode, David Mikhail talks with Neha Mehta, Regional Lead for the Pacific and Papua New Guinea at UNCDF, about bringing women entrepreneurs, SMEs, and small store owners into the financial blankets in the Pacific.
Neha emphasises the significance of providing training in digital literacy and financial literacy to female business owners. She also discusses the use of tokenization and blockchain technology to evaluate creditworthiness using non-traditional data sources and cutting-edge data analysis techniques.
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