More Inclusive Finance for Youth: Scalable and Sustainable Delivery Models for Financial and Non-Financial Services
Over the past decade there has been a surge in investment to advance youth financial inclusion, with various organizations around the world testing and evaluating a variety of financial instruments targeting young people in low-income countries. Many of these projects have incorporated a non-financial component, mainly financial education or business and vocational training, aimed at further strengthening young people's financial capability and business skills. The e-MFP Youth Financial Inclusion Action Group was tasked to document these youth financial services that have integrated components of non-financial services. INMAA (Institution Marocaine d’Appui a la Microentreprise), a MEDA partner under the MasterCard Foundation supported project, YouthInvest documented their experience integrating non-financial services with the newly developed youth financial product, Invest Jeunes. Click here to read more.