We deliver a range of collaborative projects across Europe and Central Asia to effectively build capacity to support financial education among low-income clients

Recent notable work includes:

Penny to penny

The Penny to Penny project motivated low-income people to save through financial and non-financial incentives. The project tested the ability and willingness of people to regularly save over a 6-month period to understand what savings incentives are the most effective, who is most likely to save, and how we can build good savings habits. Learn more>

Financial education for low-income households in Uzbekistan

This project seeks to improve the financial capability of low-income households in Uzbekistan through building institutions and developing key infrastructure at the local, regional and national level, and developing the policy environment surrounding financial education. Learn more>

Project archive

Since 2006, we have delivered almost 30 financial education projects across the region. Find more details here>