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Our Road to Women’s Business Growth project is building the business and financial literacy skills of 500 women entrepreneurs in Nigeria. Using a ‘blended learning’ approach, we are delivering training to women through a combination of classroom sessions and online learning modules, allowing women to learn at their own pace and convenience.

In celebration of Financial Inclusion Week, we are sharing a series of short films highlighting the ambitions and achievements of these women.

Take a sneak peak at one of the videos from the Road to Women’s Business Growth e-learning modules and test your financial literacy skills.

Following on from the success of Road to Women’s Business Growth in Nigeria, the project will be rolled out to 500 women in Latin America in 2017, with further support from the ExxonMobil Foundation. As part of this expansion, we will be developing a series of e-modules that will be available to women worldwide. 

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  • Mrs Onyeka C Obi

    I have answered the questions on financial literacy and l scored 100% .I have been trying to be involved in your program mes but l did not see your application form to complete.l really want to partner with the organization because l work with only women in my NGO- Women Centre For Self Empowerment And Development (WOCSED).My organization is based in Anambra state and we have members in different communities and they are women entrepreneurs that can not access money from commercial banks because of their interest rate.l think these women need to associate with the foundation. Thanks , looking ford to hear from you.

    • Tallulah Perez-Sphar

      Hi Onyeka,

      Thank you for getting in touch! Please can you email us directly at and a colleague will get back to you.

      Many thanks!

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