Vodafone Foundation launches financial literacy programme in India

Tuesday 1 May 2018 | 18:54 CET | News
Vodafone Foundation has launched its 'Jaadu Ginni Ka' financial literacy programme in India. Vodafone Foundation aims to reach out to 10 million Indian customers by 2020 to support government's vision of financial inclusion. Supported by the government of Gujarat, the programme comprises topics such as basic financial concepts, borrowings, investments, and financial planning. The Mobile Jaadu Ginni Ka project will be implemented and monitored by officials under the supervision of District Panchayat Ahmedabad.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Vodafone
Countries: India
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