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State Bank of Pakistan in collaboration with NIBAF
is implementing NFLP-Y to impart basic Financial
Education
to Pakistani Youth.

NFLP-Y, A Project of The State Bank of Pakistan

NFLP-Y, A Project of The State Bank of Pakistan

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Partners on Board

Students Trained

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1.4 Million

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National Financial Literacy Program for Youth

NIBAF has launched National Financial Literacy Program for Youth (NFLP-Y) to impart essential financial education to Pakistani youth and school going children for strengthening of their money management skills and enhance their understanding of financial matters.

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E-Learning Outreach

9-12 Age
100,080
13-17 Age
127,948
adults
362,201
  • 9-12 year (100,080)
  • 13-17 year (127,948)
  • 18-29 year (362,201)

Total Enrollments: 590,229

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A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned

December 13, 2021

A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned. We might agree…

PomPak – Learn to Earn: Financial Literacy Game Review

September 4, 2020

One of the best ways to diminish economic inequalities is…

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PomPak - Learn to Earn Success story

Meet Simran Adeel! She is a student of COMSATS University, Islamabad. Here’s she sharing what she learned after playing State Bank of Pakistan’s financial literacy game, PomPak – Learn to Earn.

Simran Adeel

Rubab Fatima

I’ve been teaching for several years now, but never have we ever learned how we can save our money or increase our income.” Rubab Fatima, a teacher at Korangi Girls College in Karachi, can’t help but praise the NFLP-Y that how her students and she has benefitted from the program herself. Watch to know what she has to say!

Rubab Fatima

Rimsha Saif

Always good to get user feedback! Rimsha Saif, a student of BBA, completed all the modules of PomPak and earned a free certificate of financial literacy. Here’s what she had to say!

Rimsha Saif

Ms. Zareen Iqbal

After attending the training workshop of National Financial Literacy Program for Youth, many students of our institute started their own businesses.” Here is Ms. Zareen Iqbal, Vice Principal MITI, talking to us.

Ms. Zareen Iqbal

Anusha Hamid

Young Anusha Hamid from Student’s Center Karachi recently participated in a financial literacy training session of NFLP-Y. During the training, she learned how to generate side income while studying. Listen to what else she had to say!

Anusha Hamid

Played PomPak, Saved Money, Bought a DSLR Camera

Meet Muhammad Yameen! He is a young YouTuber from Peshawar. After playing PomPak, he started saving
Muhammad Yameen

Hamza not only saves money for himself but also helps his siblings with budgeting

Last year, young Mohammad Hamza from Quetta attended a financial literacy training session conducted by NFLP-Y in his school. Now he not only saves money for himself but also helps his siblings and family members with budgeting. Listen to what he had to say.
Mohammad Hamza
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