Financial education for low-income households in Uzbekistan

 

We improve the financial capability of low-income households in Uzbekistan through building institutions and developing key infrastructure at the local, regional and national level

The second phase of the Financial education for low-Income households in Uzbekistan program was built on the success of the first phase, and sought to raise awareness of key stakeholders, built the capacity required to deliver financial education and social campaigns, and designed/launched tools and curricula required to equip low-incoming people with the skills to take charge of their financial lives. Importantly, we were also working on a national level to facilitate the development of a national strategy on financial education. This project, based on our Debt Management Module, was implemented in collaboration with the Association of Microfinance Institutions of Uzbekistan (NAMI).

Project targets at a glance

  • 633 low-income people trained
  • 3 senior trainers and 34 trainers trained
  • One textbook of financial education developed and pilot tested
  • 10,000 households targeted with a social campaign.

Learn more

Dowlaod Social Campaign leaflet |UZB|

Read the one-pager about the project |ENG| |RUS| |UZB|

Read the press release about the project kick-off meeting (January 2012)

Read the press release about the "Financial Education Development in Uzbekistan" conference, (24 January, 2014, Tashkent, Uzbekistan) |ENG| |RUS

Read the press release about Round table on “Financial literacy of youth: experience and perspectives of development in Uzbekistan” (30 April, 2014, Tashkent, Uzbekistan) |ENG| |RUS| |UZB|

Read an Analytical Note presenting the results of field trials of the textbook “Principles of financial literacy” developed in Uzbek |RUS 

Read the press release about the project closing |ENG|

Duration: December, 2011-May, 2014
Supported by: The European Union

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