There is a higher percentage of males aged 15 and above in sub-Saharan Africa with bank/mobile money accounts than females

As of 2021, 6 in every 10 males aged 15 and above in sub-Saharan Africa had an account with a financial institution, compared to almost half of all females of the same age in the region. Check out the share of sub-Saharan Africans with bank/mobile money accounts.
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Global Findex Database
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Period:
2011 - 2021
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There is a higher percentage of males aged 15 and above in sub-Saharan Africa with bank/mobile money accounts than females
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