Financial Education Presentation in Siem Reap (Cambodia)

On March 15, 2010, Sophie introduced what financial literacy is, the benefits and difficulties in learning and teaching financial education and examples of training programs. The event was attended by around 30 people, from local NGOs and companies in Siem Reap (Cambodia). It was co-organised by ConCert, a local NGO and hosted by La Residence d’Angkor.

a few snapshots of the presentation

The 3 levels of financial education: knowledge, skills and behaviour

Examples of the different levels that financial education implies

Benefits of being financially literate/ hardships of not being financially literate

What does learning about money involve

What topics should a program contain?

overview of a+b=3

how a+b=3 and NGOs can work together to implement successful financial education programs.

Examples of an adaptation on how to manage expenses made by Cambodian trainers during March 2009 Training the Trainers in Phnom Penh.

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