The Project works with Child and Youth Finance International to promote financial education and a positive financial culture in children and youth in our communities of operations to ensure a financially literate population capable of making informed decisions. It aims at inspiring children to be socially and economically empowered citizens by equipping them with the skills and knowledge to become active agents capable of transforming their communities and societies.
The Child Savings Clubs educates school children with their fundamental rights as enshrined in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and enables them to use innovative methods of savings, prudence, accountability and financial management.
42 Child savings clubs established in 10 districts in 30 communities in Ghana. 107 teachers trained in Promoting financial education and a positive financial culture in children and youth is essential to ensuring a financially literate population capable of making informed decisions
More than 7000 school children trained to become socially empowered and financially capable. Strong increase in the percentage of children who save at school and the amount of money saved. School children had increased knowledge of non-financial resources that could be saved.