Title:HRSDC financial capability scan part 2: emerging models and promising practices : a “snapshot” of community-based financial capability practice in Canada.
Author(s):Murray, Janet M.
Subject:Income security programs – general
Publisher:Human Resources and Skills Development Canada
Place of Publication:Ottawa
Date of Publication:2011
Abstract:

The financial capability of vulnerable populations has been identified as a key area of interest to the Community Development and Partnerships Directorate (CDPD) of HRSDC. In the fall of 2010, CDPD commissioned an intensive primary research survey to learn about the financial capability practice of leading community-based organizations, and to contribute to CDPD’s evidence base for developing policy options. Eight leaders in community-based financial capability programming shared extensive information about their funding, program design and delivery, promising practices, and partnerships.

Language:English
Material Type:Report

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