https://www.odi.org/experts/1320-judith-tyson – New data of finance by country and sector for sub-Saharan Africa from 2006 to 2015 shows the very heavy concentration to a very few countries and sectors and their lack of correlation to the needs of inclusive growth. Nigeria alone received 45% of all finance and MICs received 67% of all finance. By contrast LDCs received only 33% and many LDCs receiving negligible or no finance. – Extractive and short-term trade
A research on Mobile Telephony, Financial Inclusion and Inclusive Growth by Professor Joshua Yindenaba Abor , Professor Mohammed Amidu, Mr. Haruna Issahaku
http://ugbs.ug.edu.gh/ugbsfaculty/profile-faculty_member/amidu-mohammed The findings of the research produced by Professor Joshua Yindenaba Abor , Professor Mohammed Amidu, Mr. Haruna Issahaku reveal that: Mobile penetration and financial inclusion significantly reduce the probability of a household becoming poor The welfare benefits of mobile telephony and financial inclusion are not more pronounced in female-headed households. Mobile diffusion and financial inclusion considerably increase per capita household consumption of food and non-food items.