The organizations that we choose to partner with have demonstrated a community-centered approach, excellent reporting and a deep knowledge of educational implementation. They are some of the best in the world at empowering people in need.
Meet a Few of Our Advisors
Our partners are local experts and professionals with years of exceptional work and proven progress. They are our eyes, ears and calloused hands on the ground.
Founder & CEO at NALA MONEY
Benjamin is a Tanzanian award-winning speaker, former national television personality, and entrepreneur. Prior to creating NALA, Benjamin worked for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Benjamin was listed in the top 50 Most Influential people in Tanzania and holds an MBA from Stanford. He has a social media following of 250k+.
Founder & Managing Director at FinLit Nepal
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.
Founder and Executive Director at Fly For Life
Jeremies A. PIMIZI is in charge of the financial literacy program at Fly For Life (an organization located in Togo). He is an independent tour guide working for international tour companies including Uprise Travel and Tours by Locals. He believes Financial literacy revolution is possible and is trying to work for it.
How We Work With Partners
Why work with local partners?
We know that supporting in local expertise is the best way to create long-term impact. Our partners have the years of experience and local knowledge to deliver the best financial education programs... one person, one lesson, and one community at a time. While FinMango raises awareness and provides technical support, our partners lead the way by implementing their programs in communities every day.
What is your relationship with partners?
Without our partners around the world and their dedicated staff, FinMango’s work would not be possible. Locally, we work closely with partners to organize training, volunteers, and scheduling. Internationally, our team of mangos communicates with our partners regularly to track progress and to provide technical support for awareness programs. *FinMango does NOT currently provide financial support to any partners, individuals, or organizations.
How do you choose partners?
We make sure that our partners have top-notch experience and expertise. Locally, we partner with schools and awesome non-profit organizations. Internationally, our teams spend weeks at a time evaluating prospective partners in the field to make sure they have the skills and resources to deliver high quality, sustainable programs to communities in need. We also require partners to report back with written reports that provide awareness program feedback and measured results.
What does FinMango expect from partners?
Our partners share our vision of solving the financial literacy crisis in our lifetime. They are dedicated to providing empowering, sustainable financial education programs to communities in need. We expect our partners to work closely with local communities, leaders, governments, mechanics, and suppliers to accomplish lasting change.
Want to Become a Partner?
If you’re interested in becoming a program partner, please contact or apply: