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Devex sits down with Aisha Abubakar, Nigerian minister for women's affairs and social development, to hear more about how creating "ecosystems" around female entrepreneurs is a crucial step in helping these women thrive.
The bank's emphasis on output-based contracts is welcomed, but there are questions on whether the new shortlisting policy for consultants is helping level the playing field, particularly for firms from low- and middle-income countries.