What We Do?
Indian Financial Literacy Initiative (IFLI) is an NGO working towards Financial Literacy. We conduct various social programs for underprivileged communities by collaborating with other NGOs.
We have trained over 60,000 people (15,000) families of various communities. We are based across India with teams in Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Delhi.
Our training sessions are done by our fellows who are first trained in our content and teaching methodology and then they train the communities we work with.
IFLI was shortlisted for the Herbert Smith Freehills Community Engagement Awards by HSF London in 2019.
Broad Topics We Focus On!
What Makes Us
At the Indian Financial Literacy Initiative (IFLI) we have pioneered an innovating teaching methodology to explain complex financial concepts in a simple way. This involves the use of stories and games in our programs.
The Indian Financial Literacy Initiative (IFLI)
has created teaching content in Vernacular Languages to train communities in
I never understood the PPF scheme earlier
but today you allowed us to discuss
our queries at such great length
and I have much better
I knew about most of the government schemes before attending sessions with the Indian Financial Literacy Initiative (IFLI) however, I did not understand the differences between the schemes and which one is best fit for me.
This session has helped me make a choice for what’s best for my financial future!
Problems such as
child labour and child marriage are very common in our community, we are hoping effective financial planning can help us
fight these evils!