Khmer Times speaks with Chum Monika, country manager for Visa, to share her views as she unveils her company’s findings.
A year-long programme aimed at improving the financial literacy of Cambodian women has been launched by The National Bank of Cambodia (NBC) and Visa.
Campaign will engage young women and female entrepreneurs.
Maybank launches the Cashville Kidz Financial Literacy Programme 2019.
One of the biggest challenges facing Cambodia is women empowerments which can only be attained by making women educated, finance liberated and independent.
In the past, the older generation depended on cash and even barter for their daily purchases or securing what they needed. With the advent of technology and modernization, money is now rarely flashed, especially in the urban areas and especially by younger shoppers.
Financial literacy affects the daily issues an average family makes when trying to balance a budget, buy a home, fund the children’s education and ensure an income at retirement.
It is generally true that money cannot buy happiness, or even good health. However, being financially literate can help people lead healthier lives as they get to be more productive and make wiser decisions.
National Bank presents a service of tips on the management of personal finances.
Maybank Cambodia rolls out its financial literacy campaign at five different locations.
Financial literacy as a subject to increase knowledge about money will be introduced nationwide in the first phase of the Cambodian School Curriculum Project.
The animated lessons range from saving plans to positive spending habits.