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Submitted by Natasa on
It seems to me that the objectives of the training would be what gets the impact - if it is well designed and if the environment is somewhat conducive. Maybe I am stating the obvious, but a few thoughts: - if it is difficult to open a bank account, then it would be hard to expect that people will open one as a result of the training only (unless it was very practical and offered tips) - if the goal is to prevent over-indebtedness, for example, I think that the training would need to cover that objective explicitly and then measure the impact It makes intuitive sense to me that a bit more of longer-term training is needed to chenge knowledge, skills, attitudes (depending on what is being targeted through through the training, again) I think that it is different to change an attitude (encourage people to save) then to introduce a skill (how to correctly calculate an interest rate.)