2017 Madagascar Global Money Week
- Leading Organizations:
- Participating Organizations:
- Ecoles primaires :
- EPP Andohatapenaka
- EPP Fiadanana Ecurie
- EPP Antanimbarinandriana (2ème participation)
- ESCA Antanimena
- Ecole Anne-Marie Javouhey Anatihazo Isotry
- CEG Antanimbarinandriana (2ème participation)
- Collège Saint-Michel 1er cycle Amparibe
- Collège Saint-Joseph 1er cycle Mahamasina
- Collège Rasalama Route Circulaire
- Collège Pault Minault Androhibe
- CEG Morarano Behenjy
- CEG Ambatolampy
- Collège de France Ankadilalana – Tsimbazaza
- Lycée Rabearivelo Analakely (2ème participation)
- Lycée Andohalo (2ème participation)
- Lycée Jules Ferry Faravohitra (2ème participation)
- Lycée Moderne Ampefiloha (2ème participation)
- Lycée Technique Commercial Ampefiloha
- Lycée Nanisana
- Lycée Grimaldi Akamasoa Andralanitra
- Lycée FJKM Ambohitrimanjaka
- Lycée Ambatolampy
- Lycée Behenjy
- Université Catholique de Madagascar (UCM) (2ème participation)
- Université ACEEM (2ème participation)
- Université Polytechnique Vontovorona
- Université Ankatso – Faculté. DEGS (2ème participation)
- ESSCA Antanimena
- Leading Organizations: Coordination Nationale de la Finance Inclusive (CNFI)
- Participating Organizations: Association Professionnelle des Institutions de MicroFinance de Madagascar (APIMF) Aflatoun Faculté DEGS Université Antananarivo Université ACEEM Université Catholique de Madagascar Lycée Andohalo Lycée Jules Ferry Lycée Moderne Ampefiloha Lycée Rabearivelo Collège d’Enseignement Général Antanimbarinandriana Ecole Primaire Publique Antanimbarinandriana
- Date of the event: 14th - 19th of March
- Total number of children & youth engaged: 16 150
- Total indirect reach: 615 000
Ministère des Finances et du Budget, Ministère de la Jeunesse et des Sports, Ministère de l’Education Nationale, Ministère de l’Enseignement supérieur et de la Recherche scientifique, Ministère de l’Emploi, de l’Enseignement technique et de la Formation professionnelle, Coordination Nationale de la Finance Inclusive (CNFI) : point focal de l’organisation, représentant le Ministère des Finances et du Budget, Association Professionnelle des Institutions de MicroFinance (APIMF), Association Professionnelle des Banques (APB), Comité des Entreprises d’Assurances de Madagascar (CEAM), UNCDF
Ministère des Finances et du Budget (MFB), Ministère de la Jeunesse et des Sports, Ministère de l’Education Nationale, Ministère de l’Enseignement supérieur et de la Recherche scientifique, Ministère de l’Emploi, de l’Enseignement technique et de la Formation professionnelle, Direction Générale du Trésor (DGT), Direction des Opérations Financières (DOF), Association Professionnelle des Institutions de MicroFinance (APIMF), Association Professionnelle des Banques (APB), Comité des Entreprises d’Assurances de Madagascar (CEAM), Siège de la Banque Centrale, Assurance Ny Havana 67Ha, Assurance Aro Antsahavola, UNCDF, DGT : Paierie Générale d’Antananarivo (PGA), DGT : Recette Générale d’Antananarivo (RGA), Siège de la banque BFV-SG Antaninarenina, Siège de la banque BOA Antaninarenina, Siège de l’Institution de MicroFinance OTIV TANA Ampasanimalo, Siège de l’Institution de MicroFinance CECAM Andohatapenaka, Siège de l’Institution de MicroFinance MADA CREDITO Ankorondrano, Agence de la banque BFV-SG 67Ha, Bureau de la Banque Mondiale Anosy,
First Youth, ONG Tonda, GUANOMAD, i-CHARGE, SOLARMAX, Témoin pour success story « trophée des meilleurs jeunes entrepreneurs de l’Océan Indien », Chaîne de télévision nationale, Chaîne de radio nationale , Chaînes de radios et télévisions privées, Organes de presse écrite, Organes de presse web
For the second time, Madagascar will take part in the celebration of Global Money Week. Last year, 9 schools and universities had the privilege to participate in the GMW including the EPP and the CEG Antanimbarinandriana, Andohalo High Schools, Jules Ferry, Rabearivelo and Ampefiloha, ACEEM Universities, UCM and DEGS Ankatso Faculty.
During the 2016 edition, nearly 1,500 children and young participated actively. This time around 30 schools, universities, financial institutions, private companies, and other partners will take part in the celebration. The GMW 2017 aims to directly target 5,000 children and youth and 400 adults, and indirectly 100,000 children and youth and 250,000 adults.
This year, various activities will be on the program, including the official launch of the celebration, financial education sessions in schools and universities, a panel discussion on TV, testimonies of some young successful people and visits to several financial institutions.
During the celebration, gifts will be distributed to children and young people, and trophies and certificates for the participating institutions. It is also planned to raise awareness among children and young people about the importance of saving from an early age. In collaboration with the financial institutions, it is planned to facilitate as much as possible their steps for the opening of savings account. It will also be a way to get closer to the principles of the SchoolBank Project.
Moreover, this year on the 27th of March the launch of the “Bank the youth campaign” will be organized in Madagascar. This joint campaign between CYFI and UNCDF aims to promote a set of recommendations to policy-makers to improve the financial inclusion of young people.
2016 Madagascar Global Money Week
Madagascar was a newcomer to the GMW celebrations this year. The Coordination Nationale de la Finance Inclusive (CNFI), in close cooperation with the Association Professionnelle des Institutions de MicroFinance of Madagascar (APIMF), set up a comprehensive and diverse program for its first time participating in Global Money Week.
The Ministry of Finance and Budget officially launched the GMW celebrations in Antananarivo. The opening ceremony was followed by conferences and debates about the state of financial inclusion in the country, which were open to stakeholders and professionals of financial inclusion. For youth participants, a film projection “Me and Money” (“Moi et l’argent”), activities and discussions took place the same day for a crowd of 500 students from nine high schools and universities! Students from primary schools in Antananarivo were also reached during the Week through awareness raising and money-related drawing competitions, and the CNFI opened savings accounts for the winners of these competitions.
Media was closely following all of these events which were mobilized throughout the Week through special GMW TV shows on financial inclusion with the CNFI and APIMF, radio spots, newspaper ads and press releases. Together, all of these insured a large awareness campaign on financial education in Madagascar, reaching over 615,000 people, and over 1100 children and youth were reached directly by attending the GMW celebrations! They found this event really interesting and asked to be part of next year's celebrations as well.
“…your institutions had the privilege and the chance to be chosen for taking part in this event. May your pupils and students learn the maximum from lessons regarding smart money management, may they, in particular, become aware of the importance of saving. May their participation in this celebration allow them to raise awareness themselves amongst their classmates, their families and their close friends who will also do the same.” Mr. Rakotoarimanana François Marie Maurice Gervais, Minister of Finance and Budget
“…you admit with me that we need to financially educate the Malagasy population…. Children and youth are privileged targets regarding financial education during this week of celebration, but this is only the start of a long-lasting campaign for the population in general.” age, name etc. Mr. Randrianiana Rakotoarivao, Director of the Association Professionnelle des Institutions de MicroFinance (APIMF)