Briefing Note: Oral Financial Numeracy

As part of a larger study of oral financial numeracy, My Oral Village conducted a study of numeracy among 80 illiterate adults, mostly female users of financial services, in Cambodia and Tanzania in 2015. This 5-page Briefing Note summarizes the results of the study,...

Financial Numeracy App for Savings Groups

In collaboration with a management engineering team from the University of Waterloo, My Oral Village has completed a financial numeracy app designed for use by savings groups. The first version, based on field research in Tanzania, is ideally adapted for use in East...

Principles of OIM Design

“Because there is no culture-free behavior, there can be no culture-free competence.”[1] — John W. Berry Oral information management (OIM) tools and solutions are intended to enable transactions and clear markets in a situation where that has proved remarkably...