Program launched to elevate financial literacy among primary school students

Program launched to elevate financial literacy among primary school students
Program launched to elevate financial literacy among primary school students

We show you our most important and recent visitors news details Program launched to elevate financial literacy among primary school students in the following article

Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - Saudi Gazette report

JEDDAH — Riyali, SEDCO Holding’s financial literacy program, has launched Ashbal Riyali Competition for primary school students in collaboration with the Ministry of Education. The three-month competition that started earlier this month aims to spread financial awareness among students and elevate financial literacy within the Saudi community.

Primary school students from 47 education administrations are participating in the three-stage competition; first stage includes watching videos on the competition’s website. It will be followed by the second stage, Riyali Challenge, where students will upload a short video clip that demonstrates the skills that they have acquired in money management. During the final stage, evaluation and voting will take place to determine the winners of the contest.

The director general of the students activity programs at the Ministry of Education stressed the importance of the competition in promoting positive and healthy financial habits, highlighting the link between financial literacy and quality of life, as well as fostering a sense of citizenship, and raising awareness of economic changes. These will provide students a fair understanding of the basics of financial literacy and planning on an individual level and help them become smart and well-informed members of the society.

He also expressed his happiness on the success of the program within the extra-curricular subjects, pointing out that the ministry will continue to work on strengthening partnerships with Riyali in line with the objectives of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030.

According to Khalid Al Abd Al Salam, head of programs and students training at the Ministry of Education, schools have been notified about all the aspects of the contest including the conditions and participation procedures. The schools will announce the stages of the competition, as well as its prizes and expected benefits, while students’ parents will also be notified to register on the online platform.

Hasan Al-Jabri, CEO of SEDCO Holding, said: “Hosting this important competition is the culmination of the joint efforts between SEDCO Holding and the Ministry of Education. We are focused on raising financial literacy among students by leveraging digital programs and interactive platforms. The aim of these initiatives is to involve various segments of society to contribute to spreading the culture of financial literacy.

We hope to witness the exchange of experiences, financial literacy skills and success stories among schools and education departments”.

The competition’s rewards make up a sum of more than SAR100,000 and are divided into two stages. During the first, a winner from both genders will be chosen from each education administration with a total of 94 winners, each of whom will receive SAR1,000. The final stage includes a vote to select three male and three female winners from across the Kingdom, with the first winner from each gender receiving SAR5,000 and the second and third winners receiving SAR3,000 and SAR1,500 respectively.

The schools of the first three winners in both categories will be honored. To sign up for the competition, please visit win.riyali.com.

Riyali has reached over 1.2 million students through its partnership with the Ministry of Education, while the number of ambassadors reached more than 5,000 teachers.

The program also conducted a study involving more than 24,000 beneficiaries of students in 16 cities in the Kingdom to measure the program’s impact and change in behavior when dealing with money. The study confirmed that 86% of those surveyed have started saving after joining Riyali program.


These were the details of the news Program launched to elevate financial literacy among primary school students for this day. We hope that we have succeeded by giving you the full details and information. To follow all our news, you can subscribe to the alerts system or to one of our different systems to provide you with all that is new.

It is also worth noting that the original news has been published and is available at Saudi Gazette and the editorial team at AlKhaleej Today has confirmed it and it has been modified, and it may have been completely transferred or quoted from it and you can read and follow this news from its main source.

NEXT SDAIA to train 100 youth in artificial intelligence in Makkah region