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News and announcements about MetLife Foundation's $200 million commitmemt to Financial Inclusion. To learn more visit www.metlife.org

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Should We Be Talking About Financial Health Instead of Inclusion?
Carrie Creasey is a Program Specialist for MetLife Foundation, where she manages global grant-making, impact evaluation, and strategic storytelling to support the Foundation’s mission to accelerate the financial well-being of low-income people globally. Through partnerships with over 170 financial inclusion organizations across 40 countries, the Foundation has committed more than USD 170...
Dec 13, 2017 9:05 AM ET
MoneyFellows Wins MetLife Foundation Financial Innovation Competition Powered by Verb, Secures $50,000 Grant
CAIRO, Egypt, December 6, 2017 /3BL Media/ - MoneyFellows of Egypt has been announced winner of the MetLife Foundation Inclusion Plus competition in Egypt & Lebanon. The competition was open to entrepreneurs, businesses and non-profit organizations and aimed to discover innovative solutions to promote financial capability and...
Dec 11, 2017 10:55 AM ET
Sharing Insights: Bringing a Customer-centric Focus to the Financial Inclusion Community
Customer centricity is a win-win strategy no matter who your clients are; but for institutions looking to serve financially vulnerable populations around the world, such wins can have a tremendous positive impact on the economic livelihoods and future prosperity of their customers.   To help these organizations overcome the challenges of modernizing strategies to be more customer-...
Nov 29, 2017 8:35 AM ET
MetLife Foundation and Sesame Workshop Launch “Dream, Save, Do” in Egypt
MetLife Foundation and Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit educa- tional organization behind Alam Simsim, launched a new multimedia global initiative today called “Dream, Save, Do: Financial Empowerment for Families.” Part of a global initiative intended to help children and the adults in their lives acquire healthy financial skills and behav- iors, “Dream, Save, Do...
May 18, 2017 10:00 AM ET
In Collaboration with the UAE Ministry of Community Development, Metlife Foundation and Sesame Workshop Launch “Dream, save, Do: Financial Empowerment for Families”
Global initiative rolled out in the UAE to support financial empowerment for Arab families in the MENA region, with effective strategies for spending, saving, sharing, and donating. Special Iftah Ya Simsim series to air during Ramadan to help children make careful choices with their families around spending and helping others.  
May 15, 2017 2:30 PM ET

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