FinGreen operates based on three pillars: Assess, Train and Advocate. Together in collaboration with local experts, FinGreen determines how to most effectively implement training, then delivers the training through vetted, qualified teachers, and finally commits to building a sustainable program to induce a financial knowledge ripple effect throughout the community.
– Financial literacy is a key skill for individuals, especially the youth. Higher mobile phone penetration and earlier adoption of technological services mean that the younger generation is likely to be exposed to more financial products compared to their parents. They have access to banking facilities, payment platforms, and financial services at an earlier age. Developing their skills and equipping them with proper financial understanding will give youth the tools they need to make savvy and informed decisions regarding their finances, such as managing their savings or planning their budget responsibly – said Malou Caluza, QNET CEO.