in collaboration with social partners and other stakeholders to promote basic financial education. Conclusion: In conclusion, it is important to keep in mind that financial education is only one part of an economic development strategy. Financial education can serve to complement other policies that enable financial access, provide for substantive protection in the financial marketplace, and offer mechanisms for redress. Financial Education and Financial Inclusion are twin pillars as financial education stimulates the demand side; making people aware of the needed financial products and services. Meanwhile financial inclusion acts from the supply side; by delivering affordable products to a wider base of clients.