Teaching students about financial empowerment

Participants with their prizes for the top three ideas and consolation prizes during the programme.

KUCHING: Some 150 Form Four students from six schools in Kuching district took part in a financial empowerment programme aimed at enhancing their understanding of finances and socially-conscious entrepreneurship.

The “Clothes of Confidence: Money and Me” programme was conducted by Pintar Foundation in collaboration with HSBC Bank Malaysia Bhd and HSBC Amanah Malaysia Bhd.

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