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What financial inclusion obstacle are we supporting low-income people to navigate? What financial capability are we attempting to enable or develop? What – gives you access to MFO’s select publications organized around the content of a financial education curriculum or training manual. You can also gain access to the full set of Global Financial Education Program materials here.

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Money Management

Money Management

Money management is the way in which an individual or household handles his/her money. It involves various components such as tracking income and expenditures, budgeting, saving, and borrowing.

Remittances

Remittances

Remittances are money transfers conducted between people who are geographically distant from each other. New technologies, such as mobile money, have lowered the cost and increased the geographic reach of remittance services. MFO conducts research on remittances and also provides financial education around the management of remittances.

Savings

Savings

Savings is money put aside by an individual or household for use in the future. Savings is yet another vital component of financial capability in that it provides a means to manage cash flow and risk, smooth consumption, and accumulate funds for asset purchases. MFO’s numerous financial education curricula invariably include modules on savings.

Social Support

Social Support

Social support is the support an individual receives from other individuals and organizations within the society in which they live. One way to conduct research on the social support an individual has is to gather data on the social network in which they are embedded, and the social norms about what people should expect from each other in terms of support.

Unbanked

Unbanked

It is widely recognized that services offered by banks, particularly savings accounts, are incredibly useful tools that allow one to accumulate savings, reducing one’s vulnerability. We at MFO believe that it is of great importance to attract these ‘unbanked’ persons to these services because in doing so, we can help provide them with the tools they need to break the cycle of poverty.

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