CPF and ABJ sign MoU for youth financial literacy

Crown Prince Foundation. (Photo: CPF)
AMMAN — The Crown Prince Foundation (CPF) and the Association of Banks in Jordan (ABJ) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) aimed at promoting financial literacy among Jordanian youth and enhancing financial knowledge in society. The agreement seeks to engage local communities through CPF's network and staff, Jordan News Agency, Petra reported.اضافة اعلان

CPF CEO Tamam Mango said that they also plan to launch specialized awareness projects tailored to meet the specific needs of young individuals.

ABJ General Director Maher Mahrouq emphasized the significance of this partnership in fulfilling ABJ's goals with national and societal impact. ABJ is actively developing a financial awareness platform for Jordanian youth, covering a wide range of financial topics, entrepreneurship, support for small and medium enterprises, startups, and women's financial literacy

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