Child and Youth Finance International

Child and Youth Finance International

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Abstract

The case follows the journey of serial social entrepreneur Jeroo Billimoria who has dedicated her life to building social enterprises to combat childhood poverty. Her latest venture, Aflatoun, is focussed on creating and rolling out a comprehensive financial and social curriculum which educates children about money and finance as well as children’s rights and responsibilities. Aflatoun recruits and trains non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in countries around the world to use their curriculum to educate children to be “economic citizens”. In five years, the organisation has been highly successful in distributing its model, working through 72 organisations in 61 countries to reach nearly one million children.

The focus of this teaching case is how social entrepreneurs can mobilise multiple stakeholders to adopt mindsets and policies that promote new ...

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