Right now, finance ministers around the world are asking, how do we spur more private-sector engagement, more public-private partnerships? The way I see it, intentionally removing barriers that prevent women from accessing capital is critical. This means not only rolling back discriminatory laws and policies, but also thinking strategically about how to connect more women with the capital they need. It also means supporting measures that give women access to savings accounts. These measures and others can have a huge impact not only on women’s lives, but on families, communities, and economies.