On The Money Programme

The On the Money Programme is a financial education initiative created to teach you how to best manage your finances. The programme is based on the behaviours of Africa’s Big Five animals. The unique characteristics of the Lion, Leopard, Elephant, Rhino and Buffalo, as found in nature, have been distilled to teach us how to manage our personal and family finances. As the famous American Benjamin Franklin said: "An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest".

The programme is delivered by a team of Financial Facilitators, however, the teachings and workbooks have been made available in the On the Money section.

Programme Outcomes

At the end of the On The Money programme, participants are able to:

  • Explain the importance of managing their personal finances.
  • Acknowledge their current “money” personality.
  • Understand the importance of changing their financial behaviour.
  • Demonstrate how they can break old habits and establish new ones.

For more information please download the On The Money brochure.

To benefit from the On The Money programme, contact
+ 265 (0) 1 820 677 or email us .

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