Africa Regional Conference on Financial Education - Russia Trust Fund

NAIROBI, KENYA - January 30-31, 2013 – The Central Bank of Kenya, the World Bank and the OECD organized a dissemination conference titled "Building Financial Capability: New Tools and Evidence on Program Results".

The objective was to present the work undertaken by the World Bank and the OECD through the Russia Financial Literacy and Education Trust Fund and to offer a venue for interaction between stakeholders and international experts on Financial Education and Capability, Financial Stability, Financial Access and Inclusion and Consumer Protection.

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Agenda
Introduction to the Trust Fund Program and Products, Developing National Strategies, Measuring Financial Literacy and Capability
The Financial Literacy and Education Trust Fund
The Russia Financial Literacy and Education Trust Fund: Resources for Policy Makers and Practitioners
Richard Hinz, World Bank
Key OECD/INFE Ouputs for the Russian Financial Literacy and Education Trust Fund
Flore-Anne Messy, OECD

Financial Literacy & Education in Low and Middle Income Countries: Measurement and Effectiveness - Preliminary Results from the Knowledge Management Report - Part 1 │ Part 2
Robert Holzmann, World Bank

Developing National Strategies for Financial Education: OECD/INFE Principles and Country Examples from Africa and MENA Region
Developing National Strategies for Financial Education: OECD INFE High-Level Principles
Flore-Anne Messy, OECD
Overview of Financial Education in Africa
Chiara Monticone, OECD
Developing a National Consumer Financial Education Strategy for South Africa
Lyndwill Clarke, Financial Services Board, South Africa
Zambia’s National Strategy for Financial Education
Musapenda Phiri, Bank of Zambia
Measuring Financial Literacy and Capability
Using Surveys to Measure Financial Literacy and Inclusion
Making Sense of Financial Capability Surveys around the World: A Review of Existing Financial Capability and Literacy
Valeria Perotti and Siegfried Zottel, World Bank
Measuring Financial Capability in a Low- and Middle-Income Setting
Elaine Kempson and Valeria Perotti, World Bank
OECD/INFE Tools for Cross-country Surveys of Financial Literacy
Adele Atkinson, OECD
Measuring Financial Literacy and Capability: Experience from Africa and the MENA Region
Measuring Financial Literacy and Capability – The Kenya Experience
Ravindra Ramrattan, Financial Sector Deepening, Kenya
South African Baseline Study on Financial Literacy
Lyndwill Clarke, Financial Services Board, South Africa
Measuring Economic and Financial Literacy and Capability: Experience of Lebanon
Lamia Moubayed Bissat, Basil Fuleihan Institute for Economy and Finance, Lebanon
GHS Panel Survey - Nigeria
Temitayo Adebiyi. National Bureau of Statistics, Nigeria
Impact Evaluation of Financial Education and Capability Enhancement Programs
Guidelines and Toolkit for Impact Evaluation
OECD/INFE High Level Principles for the Evaluation of Financial Education Programmes
Adele Atkinson, OECD
Some Highlights from The Toolkit For The Evaluation of Financial Capability Programs in LMIC
Joanne Yoong, Rand Corporation, USA
Reaching the Younger Population
Assessing Needs and Tracking Progress: PISA Financial Literacy
Flore-Anne Messy, OECD
Financial Education in Public High Schools: Success Factors of the Brazilian Experience
Silvia Morais, Brazilian Association on Financial Education
Financial Education and Behavior Formation: Large Scale Experimental Evidence from Brazil
Bilal Zia, World Bank
Classrooms, Comic Books and Social Media in Kenya
Rob Burnet, Well Told Story
Comic FX: Informing and Inspiring Changes in Financial Behavior
William Jack, Georgetown University, USA
Financial Education in Schools: The Experience of the Bank of Italy and the Ministry of Education
Maurizio Trifilidis, Bank of Italy
New and Innovative Methods
Evaluation of Entertainment Education to Improve Financial Capability in South Africa
Lebogang Ramafoko, Soul City Institute, and Gunhild Berg, World Bank
Can Nollywood Change Financial Behavior? An Impact Evaluation of the Nigerian Movie: “The Story of Gold”
Nneka Eneli, Credit Awareness, and Aidan Coville, World Bank
Using Media to Scale Out Financial Capability in East Africa
David Campbell, Mediae
Financial Education Fund: Lessons Learnt
Alyna Wyatt, Genesis Analytics
Experience and Evaluation of Programs in Africa
Financial Literacy, Social Networks, and Index-Based Weather Insurance
Xavier Giné, World Bank, Dean Karlan, Yale University, USA, and Muthoni Ngatia, Tufts University, USA
Learning by Doing: Can Savings Lotteries Build Financial Capability?
Martin Kanz, World Bank

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