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Children around the world need to start early to become good money managers. Global Money Week aims to inspire children and young people to learn about money matters, livelihoods and entrepreneurship.
Mobile offers significant potential to engage people at scale, connecting them to services and solutions that can improve their everyday lives. The rise of mobile banking products, such as Safaricom’s mPesa in Kenya and other digital financial services, show that overcoming specific contextual challenges and responding to the demand of low-income people at scale, requires digitally-led solutions.
Child and Youth Finance International believes that ending poverty requires teaching children and youth how to manage money responsibly. Here they help dispel some of the five most common myths they've encountered.
Adaeze Ume of Nigeria’s Diamond Bank talks about how and why Diamond Bank works with young clients, and shares insights on banking youth throughout their lifecycle.
Opening doors to economic opportunity requires keys. But how often do we pause to ask our young people about what keys they need to succeed? Citi Foundation did just this in their Global Youth Survey.
A vast majority of youth and children live in developing countries, and nearly half of them live on less than USD 2 a day. Take this quiz to find out how much you know about young people and their financial lives.
It all starts with a dream. Then save. Then do. Sesame Workshop’s “Dream, Save, Do - Financial Empowerment for Families” program is helping children and their families build a better future.