FULL LIST OF FINANCIAL CAPABILITY

How you teach or what you teach: Aflatoun's approach to financial capability - Part I

Aflatoun

In this post, we outline how Aflatoun developed its programme and how our experiences informed this transformation.  It will show that financial education is about more than just curriculum but about framing the education experience in a way that facilitates children participation and engagement.

Moving from Mobile Money to Digital Financial Services for Financial Inclusion

ORGANIZER: 
Making Cents International and Chemonics International
DATE: 
Dec 11, 2013 (10:00am to 11:00am)

Webinar: Join John Owens, mobile money expert for Chemonics International, and Making Cents International for an update on the growing shift from mobile money to broader digital financial services to promote financial inclusion. The broader services include electronic funds transfers, debit/ATM cards, and agent banking.

Youth Financial Inclusion Through the Lens of Global Findex Data

ORGANIZER: 
The World Bank and Making Cents International
DATE: 
Oct 16, 2013 (10:00am to 11:00am)

Youth Financial Inclusion Through the Lens of Global Findex Data

Exploring the Business Case for Youth Savings #2: Tipping the scale for youth savings accounts in Ecuador

Freedom from Hunger

This article is the second installment in the blog series, Exploring the Business Case of Youth Savings. The series  presents views on the business case for youth inclusive financial services. You will hear from financial service practitioners, policy-makers, and advocates from around the world. 

To Partner or Not to Partner when Implementing Youth Financial Programs

MEDA, Women's World Banking

Forging the right partnerships between Financial Service Providers (FSPs), Youth Serving Organizations (YSOs), and other key stakeholders, such as schools and local government, can be a key factor to successfully and sustainably serving youth clients.

However, partnerships are not always the answer. This post explores whether or not to partner, as well as the nature of partnerships themselves.

Exploring the Business Case for Youth Savings #1: Corporate Social Responsibility is Just Icing on the Cake

CGAP; EA Consultants

This article is the first installment in the blog series, Exploring the Business Case of Youth Savings. The series, presented by CGAP and Making Cents International,  presents views on the business case for youth inclusive financial services. You will hear from financial service practitioners, policy-makers, and advocates from around the world. 

Making Cents International’s 2013 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Conference Program and “State of the Field” Publication Now Available

Making Cents International

The 2013 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Conference program is now available for you to review.  The 2013 event will contain two Spotlights: "Opportunities for Rural Youth"focuses on how to support youth in rural areas. "Power of Technology" showcases how to utilize technology in your programming. The conference will take place September 10-12, 2013 in Washington, DC. Click here to view the interactive program. The 2013 “State of the Field” Publication is also available online. Click here to access the latest publication. 

More than Just a Piggybank? Financial Products and Services for Children

UNICEF, Children and Youth Finance International

Upon first glance it may be difficult to discern why children need bank accounts or access to financial services. Surely, there are more serious and grave global challenges to address than helping children to open bank accounts?

Global Youth Economic Opportunities Conference

ORGANIZER: 
Making Cents International's Collaborative Learning and Action
DATE: 
Sep 10, 2013 (All day) to Sep 12, 2013 (All day)

The annual Global Youth Economic Opportunities Conference is the premier learning event for practitioners, policy-makers, funders, private sector companies, technical assistance providers, researchers, educators, government representatives, and youth leaders working to increase economic opportunities for young people.

 

A New Middle East: Investing Where it Matters Most

Global Communities (CHF)

How do we redefine investment in the Middle East? Political and and social changes in MENA offer a multitude of opportunities to address economic disparity and lack of opportunity, but those change must begin with investing in youth, to grow and create jobs for future generations. Moreover, creating enabling political, legal, and business environments will better address youth needs and increase financing. Following these suggestions, argues CHF, will create more opportunities for the entire populatio

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