Financial Education


MSC aims at developing the unbanked or missing middle client through financial education, entrepreneurship development and mentorship programs. With the MD of MSC as an associate to Microfinance Opportunities (MFO), MSC provides financial education to improve people's understanding of the financial services and opportunities available to low-income households and young people.

 

The Adult Courses available are:

  1. Budgeting: Use Money Wisely
  2. This is a complete training course to help people particularly low-income households learn how to set financial goals, to make a budget and to track monthly cash flow to make better financial decisions.

  3. Debt Management Course
  4. This is a complete training course designed to help people understand the responsibility of borrowing, and to help them choose a lender and identify the costs associated with their loan products. It promotes sound borrowing and on-time repayment.

  5. Savings: You Can Do It!
  6. This is a complete training course designed to help people learn The benefits of savings and how to save.

  7. Risk Management and Insurance: Protect Your Family’s Future
  8. This is a complete training course to help low-income families understand how to protect their fragile financial welfare from the potential devastation of an unexpected crisis.

  9. Remittances: Make the Most of Them
  10. This is a complete training course designed to raise Participants’ awareness of the temporary nature of remittances, improve their management of remittances and help them recognize the value of receiving their remittances in a formal financial institution.

  11. Bank Services: Know Your Options
  12. This is a complete training course designed to help people learn about how banks work, the types of products they offer, and how to choose the right type of bank service for their financial needs.

The Youth Course on offer:

Young people: Your Money, Your Future
This is a complete training course designed for 16-22 year olds to learn important concepts such as saving, borrowing and insurance which are necessary so as to minimize young people's financial vulnerability and to maximize wealth creation.