Tuesday, June 29, 2010

A Compliment from one of the stakeholders on Financial Education in Tanzania

From: Emilian Busara

Sent: Tuesday, June 29, 2010 12:11 AM
To: 'consint@consint.org'
Subject: Financial Skills Project in Tanzania

Dear colleagues,

I read an interesting article from Business Times newspaper, about financial skills project in Tanzania , in collaboration with Tanzania Consumer Advocacy Society. (TCAS). I also read it from you website. I missed email address of TCAS but please forward this message to them in case you have their email address. They are doing a good job by setting such an initiative in this lovely country of Tanzania .

In that regard, I would like to congratulate you -Consumers International, (Anne Fransen Fund and TCAS) for initiating such a wonder financial capacity building project. As an accountant, administrator and stock investor, I feel that such a project may help by setting the right financial skills at the secondary level.

I would like to bring to your attention that I authored a Kiswahili book about cultivating a culture of saving and investing for financial and economic prosperity (Wekeza Akiba – Jifunze Kuweka Akiba na Kuwekeza Ufanikiwe Kiuchumi na Kifedha). Details and book cover are attached.

Given that we are sharing same vision and mission in promoting financial education in our country, I wonder if you would have time to read and comment and see if such book could be an instrumental to educating Tanzanians and East African about key financial aspect.

Best regards

Emilian Busara, CPA.,MBA.

Director of Finance and Administration


Plot No. 277 Chato Street , Regent Estates

P O Box 105410
Dar es Salaam

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