United Capital recently launched its back-to-school campaign aimed at promoting financial literacy among children. The campaign kicked off with a financial literacy workshop, titled: ‘Money savvy kid.’ The initiative was inspired by an urgent need to bridge the financial literacy gap in the country, to foster a thriving economy. The workshop, which was both physical…
Nigerian fintech startup, NowNow Digital Systems, has raised $13 million in seed funding to improve financial inclusion in Nigeria and across Africa. It will provide financial services
Technology has granted the youths access to make money. However, it doesn't end in making money. Fascinating research by the Journal of Positive School Psychology revealed a lot of insights into the youth’s spending pattern: “Today's youth are growing up in a debt culture assisted by an expensive lifestyle and easy credit card creation and…
Solape Akinpelu is the founder of HerVest, a women-focused and inclusive fintech platform for the underserved and excluded women in Africa. She is also the Nigeria...
The 2022 Global Money Week, which was held from March 21 to 27, marked the 10th anniversary of the yearly event with the theme, ‘build your future, be smart about money.
A global peer-to-peer fintech platform, Paxful, has, through its literacy initiatives, equipped women in bridging the gender gap in financial inclusion.
31 Jul 2021
Targeted at realising the global impact of raising women who are well grounded in trade, business and investment
30 Mar 2021
A non-profit economic education organisation, Junior Achievement Nigeria (JAN) has partnered with Mixta Africa to empower secondary school students in Lagos, Oyo, and Rivers to learn basic financial literacy tools.