YouthSave’s Multi-Stakeholder Meeting Convenes Financial Capability Experts in Colombia

Alejandra Montes Saenz, Save the Children Colombia
Friday, June 29, 2012

Colombia´s first Multi-Stakeholder Meeting brought together a diverse range of actors in the fields of financial education and financial access to discuss and share experiences, ideas, and inputs on issues that are critical for increasing youth financial capability. Four interesting themes emerged...

Increasing Economic Citizenship Among Children and Youth

Rodrigo Sermeno, New America Foundation
Saturday, June 11, 2011


"One of the main conclusions of “Children and Youth as Economic Citizens: Review of Research on Financial Capability, Financial Inclusion and Financial Education” is that theories regarding financial inclusion and education must be systematically tested if efforts are to be based on evidence. YouthSave’s current research in Colombia, Ghana, Kenya, and Nepal may contribute to the Working Group’s goal by shedding some light on the relationship between savings and financial education for youth. For instance, YouthSave’s study in Ghana is testing the effectiveness of savings accounts and financial education for in-school and out-of-school youth."



Webinar: Experimentation for a New Generation of Savers

Tuesday, June 5, 2012



The webinar on youth savings provides examples of approaches and mechanisms being implemented by financial service providers and non-governmental organizations that are making savings work for young people...


Latest Quarterly YouthSave Newsletter Released!

Rodrigo Sermeno, New America Foundation
Friday, June 1, 2012

We are pleased to announce that the YouthSave project has just released its latest quarterly newsletter highlighting recent blog posts, reports, speaking engagements, upcoming events, and other relevant information from YouthSave consortium members and our partners over the last three months.

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