Financial Sector Development Specialist, CGAP
Yasmin Bin-Humam is a Financial Sector Development Specialist with CGAP. Yasmin is building and facilitating a community of practice on women’s financial inclusion. Before joining CGAP, Yasmin developed indicators measuring gender equality under the law for the World Bank’s Women, Business and the Law project and contributed to publications on matters of legal barriers to women’s economic empowerment. Her previous research includes the historical evolution of labor and family law reform in countries around the world, as she has compiled legislation on banking, NBFI and consumer protection regulations. Her prior work experience spans the public, private and non-governmental sectors. Yasmin holds JD and MSFS degrees from Georgetown University and a bachelor's degree in Economics from Harvard.
- Apprendre les uns des autres – le Togo et la Côte d’Ivoire, deux pionniers de l’égalité des sexes en Afrique
- Learning from each other – Togo and Cote d’Ivoire lead way in Gender Equality in Africa
- On International Women’s Day, 5 facts about gender and the law in the Pacific Islands
- Not Just 'Women’s Issues': Including Women in the Growth Agenda
- What would our world look like, if women and men had the same opportunities?
- The Economic Cost of Gender Inequality
- When Business Gets Personal: How Laws Affect Women's Economic Opportunities
- Enabling a Population, One Woman at a Time: Gender Reforms in Kenya