A Digital & Financial Literacy Toolkit for Youth, Smallholder Farmers & Refugees

The internet and modern technology have changed the way society communicates and operates, and have transformed education. Digital literacy involves learning how to use the devices, apps, tools, and resources that modern technology leverages. In this toolkit, the focus is on the use of mobile phones to the maximum benefit of women, men, youth, smallholder farmers and refugees, to enable them access digital financial services.

This resource can be used by different stakeholders to conduct digital literacy training (public good), and has been used as an experimentation exercise to test different approaches to delivering digital literacy training. It has also been presented in a more iterative co-creation exercises with rural users.

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