Tagged as: financial literacy

JA Nigeria students participate in Nigerian Exchange Group Quiz, bag first runner-up award

In celebration of the 2023 Global Money Week, the Central Bank of Nigeria and Nigerian Exchange Group organized a symposium for secondary school students on the 21st of March at the Nigerian Exchange Group corporate head office in Lagos. The symposium which featured a quiz competition had several schools compete

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Global Money Week 2022: Junior Achievement Nigeria partners CBN Bankers’ Committee to increase Financial Literacy awareness in Schools

Lagos, Nigeria, April 2022 – In celebration of Global Money Week 2022, Junior Achievement Nigeria has partnered with the Central Bank of Nigeria Bankers’ Committee to spread financial literacy awareness among young people across the 36 states in the country. With the theme, “Build your future, be smart about money”,

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FedEx, Citi Foundation and Others Support Youth Entrepreneurship as JA Africa Hosts 11th Company of the Year Competition

February 21, 2022, Accra – JA Africa’s Company of the Year Competition (COY) returns for the 11th edition from February 24 – 26, 2022, bringing together Africa’s most impressive high school entrepreneurs for this contest of business skills, ingenuity, and innovation. COY 2021 will be hosted virtually by JA Mauritius

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Junior Achievement Publishes 2021 Impact Report

Lagos, Nigeria, February 2022 – As part of its culture of promoting accountability and transparency, Junior Achievement Nigeria has published its 2021 Impact report, highlighting the past year’s achievements and giving a glimpse into the difference the organization has made in the lives of its beneficiaries. The report showcases JAN’s

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FL4Kids: “Why spend money on an Apple wristwatch when you can invest in an Apple Store”

We had a special edition for a children’s day event, were you there? To be honest, we are all aware that many people are going into debt even if they’ve passed through the four walls of an institution, got employed or are harnessing gains from a lucrative business.  A question

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Iyin Aboyeji Joins JA Nigeria Board

Lagos, Nigeria, March 2021 – Junior Achievement Nigeria is pleased to announce the appointment of Iyinoluwa Aboyeji to the board of the organisation. This brings the number of JA Nigeria board members to 11. Iyinoluwa is the Founder & General Partner, Future Africa – a platform that connects mission-driven innovators

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JA Africa and Prudence Foundation Establish 3-Year Partnership to Expand Cha-Ching Program in Africa

JA Africa and Prudence Foundation, the community investment arm of Prudential in Asia and Africa, announce a new three-year partnership to educate and inspire Africa’s youth on financial literacy through the Cha-Ching program. The Cha-Ching program primarily targets grade 4 and grade 5 students (ages 9-11years), teaching them lessons that

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JA Nigeria, LAPO MFB partner to increase Financial Literacy Awareness

Lagos, (Nigeria), November 2020 – In a bid to increase financial literacy among young people, Junior Achievement has partnered with LAPO Microfinance Bank Limited to implement a financial literacy program aimed at demonstrating different ways of achieving financial management and financial goals. In a webinar themed “Financial Management: Leveraging Micro-credit

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