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Director, Corporate Responsibility, Telenor, pointed out the need to consider the unstable cash flow and lower incomes in developing areas. Ms. Gera Voorrips, Partner, PHB Development, suggested focusing on countries with incentives for banks to accept customers that are not as profitable.

Key outcomes • There needs to be synergy between the financial sector, technology providers and education providers in order to create suitable products for children and youth • Explore the actual barriers to providing suitable ChildFriendly products and attempt to overcome them • Pilot test products to ensure that parents and youth using the products are comfortable using them

LET’S GO!: KEY OUTCOMES • A multi-stakeholder approach is crucial in reaching the Movement’s goal • More research needs to be done to support the Movement’s Theory of Change • Open and continuous dialogue between partners to exchange innovations and best practices is a must • Using media and technology through formal and informal channels to improve outreach • Cooperation between partners across the broad to strengthen commitments to the Movement

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2012 - The First Annual Child and Youth Finance International Summit & Awards Ceremony 2012  

The report provides an overiew of the sessions and outcomes of CYFI's first International Summit and Awards Ceremony held in Amsterdam from...

2012 - The First Annual Child and Youth Finance International Summit & Awards Ceremony 2012  

The report provides an overiew of the sessions and outcomes of CYFI's first International Summit and Awards Ceremony held in Amsterdam from...