The principal aim of this study was to assess the efficacy of audio media technology (AMT) in theform of radio broadcasts and audio CDs in equipping Radio Listening Club Members (RLCMs) withfinancial literacy knowledge (FLK). Although audio media technology is acknowledged as the mostimportant medium for communicating with rural populations, it is not known whether it can assistRLCMs to increase their FLK. A total of 939 participants from Rwenzori region in western Ugandaparticipated in this study which involved a pre-test, an intervention, and a post-test experience.Pre-test analysis identified two cohorts, one cohort consisted of 157 members who were found withrelevant knowledge of financial literacy and the other cohort consisted of 782 members who werefound with low levels of knowledge even on the most basic aspects of financial literacy.
|Titel||8th Teaching & Education Conference, Vienna|
|Status||Published - sep 2019|
|Evenement||8th Teaching & Education Conference, September 17 - 20, 2019 in Vienna, Austria - Vienna, Vienna, Austria|
Duur: 17 sep 2019 → 20 sep 2019
|Conference||8th Teaching & Education Conference, September 17 - 20, 2019 in Vienna, Austria|
|Periode||17/09/19 → 20/09/19|