Patients and staff of the Kalmykia Blood Center and the Republican Center for Specialized Medical Care Sulda can now improve their financial knowledge by studying educational materials from the Bank of Russia.
Booklets, brochures and flyers with information on how to choose a bank, plan a budget correctly and not give savings to scammers are placed here on special stands.
Printed materials can be studied on site or taken with you, and the stands will be constantly updated with new brochures, the financial institution promised.
The “Financial Literacy Corners” project covers different regions of the federal districts of the South and North Caucasus. These financial education points operate in libraries, local governments, social rehabilitation centers and medical institutions.
More than 100 financial education corners have been opened in Kalmykia, through which more than 120,000 copies of printed materials have been distributed in 2022.
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