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Financial Literacy & Education

TYPICAL CLIENTS:

Financial institutions interested in offering financial education programmes to improve their brand value or to assist clients in making better savings and debt decisions .

Nonfinancial institutions (NGOs, unions, media, etc.) wanting to provide financial education services to benefit members and the public at large.

Social investors wanting to assure or increase the social performance of their microfinance investees.

VALUE TO CLIENTS:

Financial education programmes tailored for the client’s customer base and capable of widespread dissemination.

More financially sophisticated customers, which could improve savings rates, reduce delinquencies and increase their use of financial services offered by the institution.

Microfinance organisations provide a more comprehensive set of services which address some of the social as well as financial needs of their customers.

REPRESENTATIVE SERVICES:

Complete set of services to implement financial education programmes, including:

  • Development of financial education material, such as train-the-trainers guides, radio and video programmes, board games, mobile phone applications, and financial expenses booklets
  • Train-the-trainers workshops
  • Development of dissemination strategies and communications plans
  • Monitoring and evaluation of financial education outcomes

ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL BENEFITS:

People who develop financial knowledge and skills have greater opportunities to improve their lives, grow their businesses, and qualify for loans and other services offered by financial institutions.