Mexico has led the way in collecting sex-disaggregated financial services data, which can reveal gender disparities in access and use.
Sex-disaggregated financial inclusion data can help inform better financial inclusion policies and products.
This case study explores:
- The Mexican government’s process of generating sex-disaggregated demand- and supply-side data.
- Insights that have emerged through the combination of demand and supply-side financial services data.
Many of the enabling elements and processes described in this case study offer examples and lessons to countries in the region and elsewhere.