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“It’s actually not very surprising to see that women aren’t opening more bank accounts, given their lower participation in the formal labor force,” Imam says.In Bangladesh’s cash-heavy society, the only motivation for many people to open a bank account is when their employer decides to pay their salary electronically instead of handing it out in cash.“We need to work rigorously to create awareness of the benefits of savings and formal accounts to women,” says Tapati Saha, an analyst at the Women Bangladesh women’s economic empowerment program.“Also to undertake financial inclusion programs under private financial institutions to encourage small savings of women.” Organizations in Bangladesh working to increase women’s financial inclusion believe there are several reasons for the gap.The figure of the total population of each country is drawn from the global estimates listed in the CIA World Factbook , unless otherwise stated.Statistics describing the country’s linguistic, religious and ethnic demographics are based on its most recent national census.Without bank accounts, two-thirds of Bangladeshi women are missing out on the chance to take control of their money and have a say in financial decision-making.Low workforce participation and lack of interest from banks are to blame, experts say.
She has already been working for one of Bangladesh’s labor unions, representing ready-made garment workers, for two years.
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