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Aboriginal Life Skills and Financial Literacy Curriculum Development and Education
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The objective of this project is to adapt life skills and financial literacy curriculum in order to make it more relevant to the urban Aboriginal clientele at the Newo Yotina Friendship Centre (NYFC) and to determine the overall impact of this curriculum on NYFC’s clientele. NYFC is an incorporated non-profit broad-based collaborative community organization that assists Aboriginal people within the Regina community to empower themselves and to pursue education, employment training and advocacy in a comfortable environment which allows them to heal, to grow, and to adjust to life in an urban setting along with the challenges that this represents.
Author: Bettina Schneider, Kim Wenger
Topic: Financial literacy
Location: Canada
Format: Report
Content Type: Research
Publication Date: February 28, 2014