How can we teach children to manage money in a fun, engaging and interactive way?
bMoneywize provides an innovative educational solution to teaching young people financial literacy and numeracy skills in an increasingly “Cashless Society.”
Our Mission: To improve financial literacy and numeracy skills for young people.
Our Vision: To become a world leader at equipping a younger generation with timely financial skills to enable them make debt-free choices choices in an increasingly cashless society! We provide resources and services in form of interactive educational games and workshops respectively.
Hello! My name is Arinola Araba. I am founder of bMoneywize, a fun loving, inventor, entrepreneur, and mum to three teenagers who enjoys working with young people. My previous education and experiences have involved the Health, Project Management, IT and Politics disciplines.
The idea to start this project hit me when my teenage daughter would bring her friends home to cook them ' Jollof rice' (an African delicacy), every day, when she came home from school but I was out of work...! Clearly I had to do something or two about teaching kids the VALUE of MONEY! We (Seun and our team) brought her and friends together to form a project group to develop a game concept that would answer the question above. What has followed the birth of the bMoneywize game ( also dubbed as Personal Finance Kit) has been a string of award nominations, BBC, ITV News, BEN TV interviews; and there's more to come...
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Passionately committed to teaching financial education in an innovative, fun, engaging an interactive way!
CORE TEAM MEMBERS
Mrs Ruth D-Whyte
Dr Agatha B-Mararike
Director: Dr Agatha Benyera-Mararike is a author, researcher, university lecturer, consultant therapist, counsellor and entrepreneur who brings over 20 years of experience in education, planning to the mix!