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The Central Bank of Samoa is the nation's reserve bank and, as such, it acts as a bank to the Government and the commercial banks.

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MoneyPACIFC Money Guide is distributed to the Enterprise and Financial Education Curriculum (EFEC) schools

Thursday 10th July concluded the distribution program of the MoneyPACIFIC money guide led by the Central Bank of Samoa in close collaboration with the Curriculum division of the Ministry of Education, Sports and Culture (MESC). The secondary schools piloting the Entrepreneurship and Financial Education Curriculum (EFEC) were the main recipients of this resource. The EFEC schools consist of Leififi College, Avele College, Lepa & Lotofaga College, Aana No. 1 College, St Joseph’s College, Amoa College, Itu-o-Tane Secondary School, Alofi-o-Taoa Secondary School, Savaii i Sisifo Secondary School and Mataaevave College. Each visit emphasized the importance of the money guide towards the EFEC curriculum and how it could compliment the program.

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Request for Proposal: PIWG Financial Inclusion Data Measurement Project – PHASE II

The Pacific Islands Financial Inclusion Working Group (PIWG) was formed in 2009 at the request of seven regional central bank governors: Fiji, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, Tonga and Timor Leste. Administered by the Alliance for Financial Inclusion (AFI) and supported by the Pacific Financial Inclusion Programme (PFIP), the PIWG was created to promote greater financial inclusion in the Pacific region. As a regional peer-learning group, PIWG members collaborate on the development of national financial inclusion priorities in order to learn from other members, their peers in neighbouring regions, and others from the AFI network, around the world.

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