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Nathan co-facilitates SEEP’s women’s economic empowerment working group, which seeks to improve the ability of market systems and other inclusive economic development practitioners to facilitate inclusive, empowering and sustainable services to women worldwide. Nathan leads in the organization of events, webinars, discussions, and blogs to share information and resources across practitioners, facilitate the connection of members through quarterly newsletters and working group calls, and expand the evidence base on good practices.

Blockchain 101: What Is It and How Can It Empower Women?

Sept 25th, 2019 | 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM EDT

The promise — and potential — of blockchain to drive social impact is massive. From financial services, through supply chains, land and identity registries, blockchain is set to become the next transformative technology in development and humanitarian relief. Some of the initial blockchain use cases also showcase potential for how it can drive women’s economic empowerment – by enabling women to access financial services, manage payments and keep business and personal records.

Our upcoming webinar will explore this topic in more detail, providing participants with an overview of what blockchain is and how it can be applied within women’s economic empowerment programming. The webinar will also showcase two practical use cases for how blockchain has been applied to financial services and supply chain management to empower female-owned MSMEs in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Speakers

Helen Disney, CEO & Founder, Unblocked Events

Sofie Blakstad, CEO, Hive Online

Suzana Moreira, CEO & Founder, Mowoza

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Details

When

September 25, 2019, 9:00 am - September 25, 2019, 10:00 am

Where

Online

Organized by

SEEP Network

Contact

Lisabeth Meyers

Relevant Services

Financial Sector Development, Women's Economic Empowerment

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