Financial Inclusion

Impressions from Nairobi, Kenya: Final Multi-Stakeholder Meeting

Corrinne Ngurukie, Save the Children
Monday, November 24, 2014

Corrinne Ngurukie, YouthSave’s Regional Technical Advisor for Africa, attended the final MSM in Kenya on October 23, 2014.  She recorded the following impressions.


Youth Financial Inclusion: Reframing the Work for a Wider Audience

Scarlett Aldebot-Green, New America Foundation
Thursday, July 17, 2014

“We [need to] make the conscious decision to be on a different trajectory and to never, ever talk about young people as a problem, as a threat, as a vulnerability. The only way that young people would ever fit into any of those categories is if we haven’t done the groundwork to allow them to realize their full potential. And I realize that to some of you in the crowd that sounds like semantics and a whole vocabulary lesson but it’s not. I mean it really has to be about a complete reframing and re-pivoting of how we understand potential and what our responsibility is to unlock that potential for our future—not their future, our future.”

--Suzanne Ehlers, President and CEO, Population Action International, Inaugural Co-Lead, FP2020 Rights and Empowerment Working Group


Attention to Global Youth Issues is on the Rise

Scarlett Aldebot-Green, New America Foundation
Tuesday, April 8, 2014

"As concerns about the total number of youth, particularly vulnerable the world rises, funders, strategists, government officials, scholars, and those in the development and aids sectors have undertaken a concerted effort to include and even prioritize youth in planning for the future."

The Benefit of Savings: Youth Write In

Kasio Mutuku, Product and Sales Manager, Postbank
Thursday, April 3, 2014


Brief recap of Kenya Post Office Savings Bank's countrywide essay competition for Global Money Week in March 2014.


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