Mobilizing women entrepreneurs to access the right information for their businesses

The SME Response Clinic spoke with Dr. Monique Nsanzabaganwa, Deputy Governor of National Bank of Rwanda and Chairperson of New Faces, New Voices Rwanda, and Ida Ingabire, Secretariat of  New Faces New Voices Rwanda, to understand the barriers women face to accessing critical information to help manage their businesses and how SME Response Clinic can help bridge that gap. They emphasize the importance of not just making information available online but also mobilizing women to actually access knowledge with a personal touch. By reducing the persistent information asymmetries, women are better able to access finance.

To learn more, watch the video and participate in our upcoming webinar “Relief Measures Available for Women Entrepreneurs During and Post COVID-19” on July 16 at 3pm on Facebook Live.