Watch our webinar – and read the key points below. Parents are anxious to have their children learn about money. As we analyse in this webinar, parents’ motives are diverse: …
We focus on people and help participants to our programme analyse their financial problems and find practical solutions that work for them and their family. We use daily life language and situations and colourful pictures to make money less mysterious and build participants’ confidence.
Money is a social tool that links people: someone’s income is someone else’s expense. Honesty and fairness are more critical to make this world a better place than saving or planning. We are independent from financial services providers.
Partnership and role-modelling
We empower social workers, NGOs staff, low-income people who then positively influence their peers and families. We are building a network of like-minded organisations, pooling our respective expertise.