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I think the idea of Prema Salgaonkar will make the biggest change in how we use money in the future. It is really a creative solution for poor people to save money, because normally they are living on $2 day or less and saving money is almost impossible.
"In South Africa, 11 percent of the sample faced a financial emergency in any one year from theft or violent crime. In Bangladesh, 7 percent were cheated or lost cash, and 19 percent lost their home or property through fire or other means. To be poor truly is to live precariously."
With the help of microsaving women have the opportunity to pay some school fees, buy essentials for their children or invest to their entrepreneurial start-ups.