Several national governments and international organisations have financial inclusion as a developmental priority. This is in a bid to create a nexus between financial inclusion and the poor.
Provided in this article are suggested financing options to be exploited, strategies that will create revenue-generating opportunities for the government and stimulate long-term growth in the economy.
The NLSS, on analysis revealed that about 82.9 million citizens in Nigeria (40.1 percent) of about 200 million are regarded ‘’Poor” in a period spanning between September 2018 and October 2019.
Subtle yet substantial, the burdens of educational poverty are often eclipsed by apparently more vivid indicators of health and lifestyle, access to which, are paradoxically contingent upon educational attainment.