iPera works with government agencies to enhance financial literacy and improve financial understanding across the Philippines. It is important for the economic growth of the country that all residents are financially educated and aware of the importance of creditworthiness.
iPera works with local bloggers and writers to produce educational content, guides and activities to enhance financial literacy. iPera donates to local charities, schools and community groups every month, you can follow our community enhancement program with blog content here.
If you are a blogger and want to have your content displayed here, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration to publish. You could even earn money off your loan, or payments for your work!
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