Facilitating Last Mile Connectivity to Promote Female Financial Inclusion

What is Ladee?

It is an organization that is focussed on solving last mile problems that hinder financial inclusion in India, especially for women. The word “Ladee” means a link. Like its name, Ladee as an organisation that is working on developing sustainable solutions to promote last mile connectivity to facilitate access to banking services and credit, especially by women. Towards this goal, Ladee intends to employ cost effective solutions to bring credit and banking services to the excluded.

Financial inclusion simply refers to the useful, affordable and sustainable access to financial services and products by businesses and individuals. While India has made great strides in the area of financial inclusion, with access to financial services available to 80% of the population; only 40% of the Indian population repeatedly uses their bank accounts and only 10% of Indian population has access to credit from formal financial institutions. Ladee intends to work on developing sustainable and cost effective solutions for different actors in banking services to address barriers to financial inclusion.

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Facilitating Last Mile Connectivity to Promote Female Financial Inclusion

What is Ladee?

It is an organization that is focussed on solving last mile problems that hinder financial inclusion in India, especially for women. The word “Ladee” means a link. Like its name, Ladee as an organisation that is working on developing sustainable solutions to promote last mile connectivity to facilitate access to banking services and credit, especially by women. Towards this goal, Ladee intends to employ cost effective solutions to bring credit and banking services to the excluded.

Financial Inclusion

Financial inclusion simply refers to the useful, affordable and sustainable access to financial services and products by businesses and individuals. While India has made great strides in the area of financial inclusion, with access to financial services available to 80% of the population; only 40% of the Indian population repeatedly uses their bank accounts and only 10% of Indian population has access to credit from formal financial institutions. Ladee intends to work on developing sustainable and cost effective solutions for different actors in banking services to address barriers to financial inclusion.

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