Financial Wellness Workplace Program

A way to improve your financial skills at the workplace.
Financial wellness is part of general wellness!
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Research shows that Namibia’s general population lacks financial knowledge and understanding.With this background, the Financial Literacy Initiative (FLI) is introducing its Financial Wellness Workplace Program to organizations.

The FLI believes that an employee’s financial wellness is just as important as his/her physical wellness.The FLI’s Financial Wellness Workplace Program targets employees in the public and private sector, including SMEs.

The Wellness Program uses a “Training-of-Peer Educators”-approach. The trained Peer Educators conduct the different training modules/sessions with their colleagues. The FLI also maintains a Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) framework which is regularly updated and is designed to provide reports to the company or organization implementing the Financial Wellness Workplace Program.

Financial Wellness Workplace Program

Sessions
Improve your financial literacy by joining our sessions.
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Session
07
Applied Mathematics

Enables the participants to apply the concept of percentages to matters concerning interest rates, tax rates and discounts.

Session
08
Savings Theoretical Session

Introduces the participants to the principals of saving money.

Session
09
Savings Plan

Supports the participants in developing their personal savings plan and reminds them about the importance of a ‘savings’-component in their budget.

Session
10
Investments

Provides participants with information on different investment options and conveys basic information needed to choose an appropriate investment product.

Session
11
Borrowing – Introductory Session

Introduces the participants to the principals and basic aspects of borrowing money.

Session
12
Borrowing and Indebtedness

Provides useful tips and guidance on how to borrow responsibly and helps the participants to understand that loans always entail specific terms and conditions (e.g. interest, repayment period or instalment amount), that have to be understood and grasped before signing the loan agreement.