Business and Financial Literacy
It is Chamroeun’s firm belief that financial services alone are insufficient to make a significant difference for the households it targets. Socio-economic services were launched in 2007 as a complementary service to the financial services provided. By proposing training and counselling, Chamroeun aims to serve its partners in a more effective manner and give them the keys to improving their self-confidence and skills.
- Business Training: new Business Training modules, with a focus on financial literacy, have been introduced across all of our branches and offices. The training sessions are provided in the community for voluntary participants, and free of charge. The training covers five topics including: spending, saving, over indebtedness, household budgeting, and basic marketing.
- Business Counselling Service: the Business Counselling Service is offered to our partners to provide advice and assistance related to the running of their small businesses. In 2013, the counselling services was been pending as the team looked to refine and improve the service.