Building partnership!


Building partnership!

Digital and Interactive Financial Literacy Tales

  • AcronymFinLit Tales
  • Call IDSKHU/1902
  • Priority AxisEnhancing cooperation of public authorities
  • Specific objective4.1 Improving the level of cross border inter-institutional cooperation and broadening cross border cooperation between citizens.
  • Registration No.SKHU/1902/4.1/053
  • Total Project budget199,760.27 €
  • Total ERDF awarded169,796.22 €
  • Project start date 1 January 2021
  • Project end date31 August 2022
  • Project statusClosed

In the project a mobile financial, economic and management knowledge transfer by series of digital and interactive training will be implemented. On one hand the trainings will meet the need of the applicant schools interested in this service, on the other hand we want to raise the awareness of the target groups to the significance of financial and economic consciousness and ‘future-awareness’ life planning by applying storytelling using the newly developed folktales and legends. The main aim of these interactive presentations is the trainers combined the wisdom of traditional folktales with cultural diversity and the most important skills and issues of the 21st century by which we can easily involve the target groups and put them into current financial and economic situations. We want to emphasize the significance of the preparation to the coming economic crisis.  
We will develop at least 3-3 new modules (presentations) based on the aforementioned Hungarian and Slovak tales, folktales and legends. Every module will be 2 x 45 minute long with breaks. By these presentations we want to reach at least 3000 primary and secondary school students during the school semesters, and min. 2000 others interested by the relocations in summer time (summer schools) and by the other awareness raising activities. We want to involve at least 50 schools into the programme from both sides of the border. 
The current project is basically built on the successfully implemented previous SKHU project in which we trained students, teachers and responsible parents for the similar purpose and organized awareness raising campaigns. However, in this project we bring the educational events to the settlements, schools and students often suffer from any disadvantages as a ‘moving theater’ applying interactive presentations and tools. 
This CBC project will be implemented by partners having outstanding results and experiences in education.


Lead Beneficiary / ERDF awarded

OTP Fáy András Alapítvány

1051 Budapest, Nádor utca 16.

130,823.41 €

Beneficiary 1 / ERDF awarded

Univerzita Konštantína Filozofa v Nitre

94974 Nitra, Tr. A. Hlinku 1

38,972.81 €


Folk tale’s wisdom for raising financial awareness - 2022/06/01 10:30

The OTP Fáy András Foundation is organizing a public press event about the Digital and Interactive Financial Literacy Tales project on 1st June 2022 from 10:30 a.m.

  • Location: HU-1068 Budapest, Benczúr utca 26.
  • Project acronym: FinLit Tales
  • Project registration number: SKHU/1902/4.1/053
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  • Event organized by: OTP Fáy András Alapítvány
  • Contact person: Borók Edina
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  • Language of event: Hungarian
  • Interpretation: no
  • Registration is needed: no
  • SKHU/1902/4.1/053 (3)


Folktales help to raise children’s financial awareness

Folktales help to raise children’s financial awareness

The OTP Fáy András Foundation and Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra have launched their self-developed free digital and interactive financial education tales project which aims to improve the financial literacy of primary and secondary school students through storytelling and drama education.

  • SKHU/1902/4.1/053 (3)