Start education on financial empowerment early

Never too early to start. —

THE best way to curb financial abuse is to educate children about financial empowerment and autonomy from as early as possible.

“It is essential that children understand that it is important for them to have economic power especially in a family, and hopefully when they grow up to become adults, apply the same value in their relationships and households, ” says Izza Izelan, executive director of gender and youth empowerment NGO WOMEN:girls.

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