The learning agenda is a product of the larger YouthSave Project, designed to increase youth savings and related positive outcomes among low-income young people in developing countries. The agenda will produce critical knowledge from multiple perspectives to inform the design of savings products, services, and policies targeted for youth, and at the same time provide insight into asset building among youth and their families. The learning agenda asks key questions for the YouthSave experiment, and outlines the methods of data collection, intervention application, and analysis. Lastly, the learning agenda will help to generate valuable insights about what works successfully, for whom, and under what circumstances.
Center for Social Development. (2011). Broad and deep: The extensive learning agenda in YouthSave [Report]. St. Louis, MO: Washington University, Center for Social Development.