You want to learn more or build your staff’s capacity in finance and entrepreneurship.

Financially literate NGO staff can make an even bigger difference. When they facilitate a programme on nutrition, they can include food budgeting, ensuring that families will prioritise their expenses and keep enough money for food. When they identify that gender-based violence often starts with an argument about money, they can add workshops on communication about money. When they visit financially vulnerable families, they can help them do a budget. They can help prevent over-indebtedness and family crises.  

To do so, NGO staff needs skills, knowledge and confidence. But, often, they do not manage their own money and have limited or no experience in setting up or running a business (even if they run programmes promoting entrepreneurship). They have limited time. They may not want to open up about finance in front of their colleagues. They also have different levels of knowledge and skills. 

Students too are busy; and they already spend time online. They often struggle to make ends meet but don’t want to be lectured about money management and planning.  Advertising and social media directly impact the way they consume. Environmental protection is a key concern. Digital money and crypto are mainstream. 

This is where our online Financial Education courses can help: 

  • Financial knowledge is broken down in short courses. 
  • Quizzes, test and interactive videos make the content easy to understand and to implement and the course participatory. 
  • Participants get a certificate upon successful completion of each course. 
  • The environmental impact is much lower than a face-to-face course. 
-1.55 MgCO² 

Online training environmental impact (*) 

(*) from TalentLMS our online LMS provider