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Maybank to expand CashVille Kidz Financial Literacy animated series

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Dato Mohd Hanif Suadi, CEO of Maybank with a mock up of the CashVille Kidz poster and Dr Hang Chuon Naron, Minister of Education on Friday evening. Photo supplied

Maybank’s award winning CashVille Kidz Financial Literacy Programme will now be featured on its digital learning platform.


Maybank had offered its CashVille Kidz animated series which will be available in Khmer and English language following a meeting between MoEYS and Maybank (Cambodia) Plc. held on Friday.

Following the success of the pilot programme introduced in Cambodia in February 2017 and currently running in its fourth year, the Maybank Group through its corporate responsibility arm, Maybank Foundation will continue to champion financial literacy amongst Cambodians through a strategic partnership with the National Bank of Cambodia and Ministry of Education, Youth & Sport of Cambodia.

This is in line with the Foundation’s objective to help enhance financial literacy across ASEAN by educating school students via an animated series. To-date, the CashVille Kidz programme has impacted more than 205,000 school children and trained more than 1,800 teachers in 6 countries in the region.

Developed by MoneyTree Asia Pacific Pte Ltd in collaboration with Maybank, this series of exciting animated CashVille Kidz episodes is designed to teach school students in Cambodia the importance of money; in order to prepare them to meet future financial challenges they may face.

It focuses on specific financial lessons that range from how to manage money, understanding the importance of saving and developing positive spending habits as well as making smart investments. The series will have one episode broadcast per week on every Friday from 6:00pm, on the MoEYS Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/moeys.gov.khhttps://www.facebook.com/moeys.gov.kh.

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