Guides and Manuals > Child-centered program design and evaluation

We have selected several pieces from practitioners in the savings group field on group formation, replication, and management.
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    Aflatoun Programme Evaluation Manual (Aflatoun).pdf

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    The evaluation manual is to be used as a partner reference manual on Aflatoun’s Quality Assurance and Impact Assessment Strategy (AQIS). The manual outlines two core key processes that are practiced within the Aflatoun Network: the Aflatoun partnership process and the Aflatoun Partner and Field Surveys.
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    Aflatoun Programme Training Manual (Aflatoun).pdf

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    The Aflatoun programme provides children and youth, aged 6-18, with two key trajectories of learning: 1) an understanding of rights and responsibilities and 2) financial knowledge and skills that enable children to make the best use of available resources. This includes school-based savings clubs, financial and social micro-enterprises, and group activities within the community. This training manual outlines the steps in the training of trainers workshops as well as the teacher training workshops to implement the Aflatoun program.
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    Savings-based microfinace coloring book for children (CRS).pdf

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    CRS has created a simple coloring book which introduces certain topics regarding the use of money in order to support the financial education of younger generations.
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    Youth savings and financial education - overview (CRS).pdf

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    The main purpose of the Agriculture for Basic Needs Project is to promote sustainable agriculture and improve income for participating families. Within this framework, the saving skill set has provided a platform for educating children and youth regarding the use of money, providing a space where they can learn together, play, establish goals for the future and at the same time develop leadership skills.