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IOM Zimbabwe Supports Government Efforts to Improve Livelihoods Through Financial Literacy

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IOM Zimbabwe Supports Government Efforts to Improve Livelihoods Through Financial Literacy

12 November 2018

IOM Zimbabwe Supports Government Efforts to Improve Livelihoods Through Financial Literacy

Harare – Remittance payments from Zimbabweans toiling outside their country arrive here at a rate of about USD 2 million per day. That’s more than pocket change for a people who have suffered economic hardship through recent decades. However, besides cash coming home, many of the recipients of these funds need something more: life lessons on how to best leverage that support for their households.

IOM Zimbabwe Supports Government Efforts to Improve Livelihoods Through Financial Literacy

Posted on November 12th 2018

Harare – Remittance payments from Zimbabweans toiling outside their country arrive here at a rate of about USD 2 million per day. That’s more than pocket change for a people who have suffered economic hardship through recent decades. However, besides cash coming home, many of the recipients of these funds need something more: life lessons on how to best leverage that support for their households.    

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