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Five Things Any Youth Savings Program Needs

Women's World Banking

Originally posted by CGAP on May 20, 2015.

MPEP Webinar: Youth Savings Services - Are They Worth It?

ORGANIZER: 
USAID MPEP
DATE: 
Nov 20, 2014 (10:00am to 11:30am)

During this webinar, Freedom from Hunger will share the results of a recent publication on the experience of Cooprogreso, San José and Nyèsigiso in youth savings and financial education offering and “Advancing Financial Inclusion of Youth,” a free, online interactive module designed to help organizations develop a youth services strategy.

Banking on Youth: A Guide to Developing Innovative Youth Savings Programs

Women's World Bank, The Nike Foundation

This publication is a guide for deposit-taking institutions in any stage of youth savings program development—from those simply exploring the possibility of introducing youth savings, to those already offering youth products but looking for new ideas and strategies to improve performance.

Resource Type: 
Report

Financial Literacy Summit: Improving Millenials' Financial Literacy with Mobile Technology

ORGANIZER: 
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, VISA
DATE: 
Apr 15, 2015 (09:00am to 11:30am)

How can mobile technology improve financial literacy for today's young adults?

Sustainable Microenterprise and Development Program (SMDP) - Rwanda

ORGANIZER: 
University of New Hampshire, The Sustainable Microenterprise and Development Program (SMDP)
DATE: 
Nov 3, 2014 (All day) to Nov 14, 2014 (All day)

The Sustainable Microenterprise and Development Program (SMDP) moves to Rwanda in November to offer three courses for savings groups practitioners. Our affiliate host Sterling Micro Development Consultants (Rwanda) Ltd. is organizing the workshop at the Nobleza Hotel located in Kicukiro Centre just 15 minutes from Kigali International Air Port.

Advancing the FIELD - Reflections & Emerging Trends from the Field-Support LWA

ORGANIZER: 
USAID, FHI 360
DATE: 
Sep 11, 2014 (All day) to Sep 12, 2014 (All day)

The FIELD-Support LWA has been one of USAID’s primary mechanisms for facilitating broad-based learning through programs to reduce poverty and promote sustained, equitable growth.

Global Money Week

ORGANIZER: 
Child & Youth Finance International
DATE: 
Mar 9, 2015 (All day) to Mar 16, 2015 (All day)

Global Money Week is a worldwide celebration to empower the next generation to be confident, responsible and skilled economic citizens. Every year, during the second week of March, young people around the globe talk, play, create, sing, read, discuss and learn about saving, money, changing economic systems and building a financial future for youth. It is about joining together – children, youth, parents, organizations and entire communities - to start action to reshape finance, and give young people the tools to shape their own future.

A Chance for Change: Child and Youth Finance and the Post-2015 Agenda

CYFI

“A Chance for Change: Child and Youth Finance and the Post-2015 Agenda” was organized by CYFI with the support of UNCDF on the 23rd of May, 2014 at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. The meeting featured high-level stakeholders and was attended by 341 participants from 90 countries, including ambassadors and representatives of 43 permanent missions to the UN.

Resource Type: 
Report

PWC's Earn Your Future: Empowering Future Leaders With Financial Literacy

Price Waterhouse Coopers LLP (PWC)

Through the five year Earn Your Future commitment, PWC is investing $160 million — $60 million in cash donations and one million PwC volunteer service hours — to address youth education with a focus on financial literacy. This report presents "Why It Matters," the program's one-year impact, and the different "Earn Your Future" programs offered.

Resource Type: 
Report

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