About Us

FinMango is a global non-profit on a mission to improve the livelihood of low to moderate income people with financial literacy and the promotion of good. We build innovative financial products for various age groups around the world. In addition, we conduct workshops and promote financial literacy campaigns. Founded in 2016, FinMango has already completed 72 projects in 6 different countries, reaching 4,806 people.


Somehow we've come to believe that living a financially healthy life is only for the chosen few, for the ultra-rich and privileged. The truth is, living a financially healthy life can be for us all. This is not about lowering expectations; it's about raising them for every last one of us. Having the ability to live a financially healthy life is not just for the privileged, and it's not determined by where you live. A financially healthy life is wherever somebody is ready to take control of their money!
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We are quirky, apolitical and laid back; but at the same time hard-working, dependable and result-driven. We believe in education as one of most powerful tools mankind has, and we are strong followers of the concept of teaching an individual to fish. Our goal is to empower, educate, and help eradicate poverty through the use of financial literacy.

Why Financial Education is Important?



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Mangos of FinMango! 😎

Building a great organization depends on great people.


Founding Mangos.

Mango Interns.

Mango Volunteers.


YoPro Advisors.



Aisha Ali

Aisha is a Certified Financial Literacy Trainer (Central Bank of Uganda) and the Founder of the I Profile Foundation, a non-profit organization in Uganda that seeks to run long term annual projects with primary schools and refugee youth as well as children to promote integration and conflict skills with emphasis on leadership and financial literacy.

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Prakash Koirala

Prakash was the Global Award Winner in Youth Financial Education in 2015. Since 2012, he has taught more than 40,000 youth about financial education. From 2014, Prakash earned different fellowships from Geneva University Excellency Fellowship, Master Card Foundation, and World Bank Institute. 


Estelle Manou

Estelle is a Civil Engineer with a passion for women empowerment and financial education. Since 2016, she has been in charge of the Women Empowerment Program in the Fly For Life organization. Starting in 2017, she has organized the FinMango Women Empowerment Programs in the capital (Lome) and rural areas of Togo. 

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