Financial Literacy Rally
organise a big Financial Literacy Rally with partners in your country to promote financial education and the rights’ of the children and youth together with Child and Youth Finance Movement.
Participants can include all the institutions that plan GMW events in your country. Plan high-level keynote speeches with a clear message.
Inform press and media to come and document.
Note! Don’t forget to print GMW t-shirts for the rally!
The last day of Global Money Week 2018 in Liberia was dedicated to a rally march to showcase the Week to the entire population, with children and youth carrying signs promoting financial awareness.
Nepal Rastra Bank, in cooperation with UNICEF Nepal, organised a Grand Financial Literacy Rally with about 4000 people on 14 March to promote Child and Youth Finance International’s Global Money Week. The Rally was represented by some 50 institutions, including bank and financial institutions, schools, scouts, cooperatives, NGOs, donor agencies, INGOs, and others. For this rally, Nepal Rastra Bank printed shirts with Child and Youth Finance International and its logo. The backside of the shirts had the Global Money Week 2015 dates and the theme “Save Today, Safe Tomorrow” printed on it. The rally was inaugurated and addressed by the Governor of Nepal Rastra Bank. Many high level authorities of Nepal Rastra Bank participated in the rally.
The activities of the day started with a rally along the roads of Kamwokya, a Kampala suburb. All the children were holding posters calling upon people to join them in reshaping the future of finance.
A financial education rally was held with games and activities to promote financial education and savings. The rally included arts workshops where children and youth expressed their ideas of saving and entrepreneurship through painting, drawing and craft making.
On the celebration of the 18th March, Aflatoun Children schools were gathered at Lemlem Karl School and celebrated the day with Promo on activities on saving, by marching in Bedele Town streets, distributing leaflets and pamphlets provided by Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (CBE), singing songs, and initiating adults on saving and healthy financial management.
Burkina Faso celebrated the financial empowerment of children and youth with a march calling for the national authorities to increase the financial education and financial access for children and youth.
Children in Ecuador organised a walk to inform the community about the saving and entrepreneurship initiatives developed by young people. The walk included bankers, mimes, clowns and others.