Eda Dokle

Eda Dokle leads the CGAP Cross-Border Funder Survey for Financial Inclusion. Ms. Dokle brings 10 years of experience in financial services with a particular focus on financial inclusion for emerging sectors, such as smallholder ag and digital financial services. She currently works on various data projects for a variety of customers providing data insights, advanced analytics and product development services on behalf of MIX. Prior to the CGAP Funder Survey, she worked as an Internal Auditor at Procredit Bank Albania and as an SME Account Manager at Raiffeisen Bank Albania.

Ms. Dokle holds a Master’s degree in Economics and Finance from the Institute of Economic Studies at Charles University Prague and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and International Relations from the American University in Bulgaria (AUBG).

By Eda Dokle


2017 Trends in International Funding for Financial Inclusion

One of the key takeaways from the latest CGAP Funder Survey is that international funders committed US$42 billion to financial inclusion in 2017—a double-digit percentage increase from the prior year. For the first time in five years, public funding has grown faster than private funding.

Is Funding for Rural Finance Going Where It’s Needed Most?

Global funding for rural finance has risen to nearly $5 billion. Are funds reaching communities with the greatest needs?

New Trends in Global Funding for Financial Inclusion

What direction is funding for financial inclusion headed? The results are in from the annual CGAP and MIX Cross-Border Funder Survey.