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Migrant workers are individuals who migrate from one place to another, either within a country or across an international border for work.
Poor/ Extreme Poor
The definition of who is poor and who is the extreme poor varies from country to country. Internationally the poor are considered to be people living on less than $2 per day after taking into account purchasing power parity and inflation. The extreme poor are those living on less that $1 per day or are in the lower 50 percentile of the poor.
Trainers are the key figures in MFO’s learning process; they are the individuals who conduct and manage the financial education seminars and workshop that teach individuals how to be financially capable. We believe that it is important to include trainers in the discussion for financial capability and provide them with the resources they need to effectively spread financial knowledge.
MFO focuses its research and financial education work on women specifically because, globally, their financial capability is far lower than that of men.
Youth are boys and girls between 15 and 24 years old, although in some countries the age range stretches to 35 years old. They are in transition to adulthood and forming habits that may shape their behaviour as adults. As a result, financial education targeted at youth can have long-term benefits.