Jordan has one of the largest financial inclusion gender gaps in the world. Women comprise over 47% of the Jordanian population, yet they remain largely underrepresented in most economic activities. Only 16.2% of the employed workforce in Jordan are women, one of the lowest female labor force participation figures in the MENA region. Same is the case for women’s access to finance: less than one in three adult women (27%) have a financial account (versus 56% for men). However, in a country where the mobile phone penetration rate is almost 150%, digital finance presents an opportunity to close the financial inclusion gender gap.