Tag financial literacy

Zenebe Uraguchi, November 2017 0

Postcard from Bhutan – what is money for?

Annick Vollmar & Zenebe Uraguchi Part 1 We were in Bhutan for a month-long work on entrepreneurship and financial literacy. We met with a number of people and stakeholders involved in starting and running businesses. We had also exchanges with farmers, financial institutions, businesses and other initiatives (like non-formal education) to understand the level of

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Jane Carter, November 2017 0

“We have learned many things”…. Working with migrant families

with Sanat Sapkota “When our husbands or sons left, they left; we didn’t know anything. But now we understand about buying the ticket, getting the visa, leaving a copy of the documents behind, about what happens if someone dies and how the body should be brought back, about making savings, about managing money wisely –

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Zenebe Uraguchi, April 2017 0

Unlocking the potential for women through Islamic finance in Pakistan

Muhammad Anwar Bhatti & Zenebe Uraguchi Financial inclusion ensures the ease of access, availability and usage of formal and informal financial products and services for all members of a society. It is widely acknowledged that financial inclusion can effectively address the bottlenecks that prevent poor women (and men) from reaching their potential. Enabling disadvantaged women

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