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2016 FINALISTS: The Global Inclusion Awards 2016

❶ Child & Youth Friendly Banking Award

❹ CYFI “Global Money Week” Award

• “Children/student card. Smart School Education Program” by Belarusbank, Belarus • “sCool Card Business school” by JC Bank of Georgia, Georgia • “School Savings Bank (SKO in Polish)” by PKO Bank Polski, Poland • “Ладошки (Palms) Payment Card, Youth debit card” by Sberbank, Russia • “nimbl - Banking for Young People” by nimbl Ltd-ParentPay ltd, United Kingdom • “Youth Account and Junior Save Account” by The People’s Own Savings Bank (POSB), Zimbabwe

Regional finalists of Americas & The Caribbean • Colombia • Mexico • Panama

❷ Civil Society Achievement Award • “POWER Africa” by CARE, Burundi • “Talk with our kids about money (TWOKAM)” by Canadian Foundation for Economic Education, Canada • “PontVelem (Score-with-Me)” by Moneycompass Fundation (Pénziránytű Alapítvány), Hungary • “Patriana Educational Centre: Join the Pipe water station” by International Transformation Foundation (ITF), Kenya • “Opportunity Girls Education Challenge” by Opportunity International (OI), Uganda • “Shaping My Future” by Camfed, Zambia

❸ CYFI Country Award Regional finalists of Americas & The Caribbean • “National Financial Literacy Strategy – Count Me In, Canada” by Financial Consumer Agency of Canada, Canada • “Financial Education Program: Better decisions starting today” (“Programa de Educación Financiera: “Mejores decisiones, desde Hoy” by Superintendencia de Bancos de Panamá, Panama • “La Estrategia Nacional De Inclusión Financiera De Paraguay” by Central Bank of Paraguay, Paraguay Regional finalists of Europe & Central Asia • National Strategy for FE, Curriculum Integration, “My Finance Month” by Central Bank of Armenia (leading organization), Armenia • “” by Financial Services and Markets Authority (FSMA), Belgium • “National Strategy; Global Money Week; National Committee formation” by National Bank of the Kyrgyz Republic, Kyrgyzstan Regional finalists of Africa • “Financial Education” by Ministry of National and Technical Education & Ministry of Finance, Ivory Coast • “Implementation of Financial Education Programme of Bank of Mozambique” and Nation-wide savings campaign “Dia Mundial Da Poupança 2015” by Banco de Mozambique (Central Bank of Mozambique), Mozambique • “Financial Inclusion Strategy,” “Financial Education for children and youth,” and “Financial Education curriculum for Teacher Training Colleges,” by Microfinance Unit (Ministry of Finance), Swaziland Regional finalists of Middle East & North Africa • “Shaping the Future initiative” by Egyptian Banking Institute, Egypt • “National Strategy on the Financial Education” by Higher Council for Childhood (HCC) – Ministry of Social Affairs Banque du Liban, Lebanon • “National Strategy on Financial Education” by The Moroccan Foundation for Financial Education, Morocco Regional finalists of Asia & The Pacific • “National Financial Literacy Strategy 2014-2017” by Australian Securities and Investments Commission, Australia • “National Financial Literacy Strategy 2013-2015” by Reserve Bank of Fiji; National Financial Inclusion Taskforce, Fiji • “National Plan for Financial Literacy” by Bank of Mongolia, Mongolia 1

Annual Report 2014

Regional finalists of Europe & Central Asia • Belarus • Denmark • Russia Regional finalists of Africa • Nigeria • Zambia • Zimbabwe Regional finalists of Middle East & North Africa • Egypt • Iran • Morocco Regional finalists of Asia & The Pacific • Bangladesh • Brunei Darussalam • Philippines

❺ Global Youth Entrepreneur Award • “” by Tamer Taha, Egypt • “Aster Company” by Kamal Alhmoud, Jordan • “MOBicure” by Charles Immanuel Akhimien, Nigeria • “Baby Grubz Nigeria” by Oluwaseun Sangoleye, Nigeria • “SPOUTS of Water” by Seul Ku & John Kye, Uganda • “Braci” by Juma El-Awaisi, Anwar Almojarkesh, Amr Wanly, UK

❻ Outstanding Youth Economic Citizenship Award • “Euro run” by Ieva Laila Kalnina (F, 17 years), Latvia • “BizKidz” by Victoria Adeola Popoola (F, 16 years), Ganyiyat Adeseun Jubril (F, 15 years), Nigeria • “BizGame” by Victoria Akinfolarin (F, 14 years), Victoria Adeola Popoola (F, 16 years), Nigeria • “Waste to Wealth” by Victoria Adeola Popoola (F, 16 years), Nigeria • “Financial Inclusion with Education and Social and Environmental Responsibility” by Jose Adolfo Quisocala Condori (M, 11 years), Peru • “Basic Financial Literacy for Children” by Bagyema Benjamin (M, 13 years), Uganda

Thank you for your participation! Annual Report 2014


2016 Finalists: The Global Inclusion Awards