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Written by admin, 2018-04-06 06:28:14
Students part of the program along with Ms. Indira Panta and Mr. Ahsan Ali Thakur (centre standing)
Financial Literacy program is a youth based program which is designed to run on cooperative model through financial institutions in the Nepal. The basic idea is to educate the youth about how to save their finances for the future in a better way. Program directly helps the student & their parent to uplift their way of thinking and save in a better way. Financial institutions have a major role to make it a success. The saving of the students is collected by these Credit and Saving Cooperative and are used to invest for development of their community.
Indirectly, the program is helping to raise the living standards of the community by changing the thinking process of the community and have a better life. On the other hand, these saving program are providing Saving and Credit Cooperative to serve the community, decrease the Unemployment rate and create opportunities for the investment for the future. The full report can be read here.