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FLY Project’s Multiplier Event in Brussels Celebrates Success in Enhancing Financial Literacy

Brussels, Belgium - June 21, 2023

The FLY Multiplier Event, held at the IHF’s premises in Brussels, Belgium, marked the successful implementation of the project’s transformative journey towards enhancing financial literacy among low-skilled adults. The event served as a pivotal platform to discuss the positive status of the FLY project with an international cohort, highlighting key milestones achieved and outlining the final steps required for a successful conclusion.

FLY, a co-funded initiative by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission, unites a consortium of 8 partners from five different countries (Belgium, France, Italy, Spain, and Turkey). The project aims to empower low-skilled adults by providing comprehensive financial literacy training, with a focus on lifelong learning, finance, and sustainability.

The face-to-face international workshop, organised by IHF, gathered 5 international and 3 local practitioners, creating a dynamic space for engaging discussions on the project’s objectives and results.

The event began with a warm welcome and registration of the participants, followed by a comprehensive presentation of the FLY project. IHF introduced the project’s background, partnership composition, and structure. Specific objectives, anticipated impact, and long-term sustainability strategies were thoroughly discussed.

The agenda included an in-depth overview of the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), highlighting achievements and deliverables. IHF then presented the next and final stages of the project evolution and implementation, providing a roadmap for the project’s future.

Presentations on project results included a detailed exploration of the OER platform, Assessment Tool, and FLY Training Material. Participants engaged in discussions, seeking clarifications during the interactive Q&A session.

The success of the event was evident in the high level of participant satisfaction. Genuine interest in the FLY initiative was expressed, and participants committed to disseminating project results within their international and professional networks.

For more information on the FLY project, visit the project's website (www.fly-project.eu) or contact IHF at: operations@ihfeurope.eu

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