Watch the Recording
The widespread health and economic impacts of COVID-19 have highlighted the critical need to support vulnerable populations, many of whom are disproportionately impacted due to existing inequities. As a long-time leader of financial inclusion programs, Mastercard recognizes that a long-term sustainable recovery is not possible unless more people are brought into the digital economy. Innovative partnerships and new business models, like the Jaza Duka micro-credit program created by Mastercard and Unilever, will be essential to achieve the financial inclusion and economic stability the world needs to realize an equitable recovery.
Join the Shared Value Initiative and FSG for a conversation between Shamina Singh (Mastercard), Rebecca Marmot (Unilever), and moderated by Adeeb Mahmud (FSG) to discuss the power of partnership to create shared value by bringing people into the formal economy and putting them on a path towards greater economic security.