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Author(s): Regina Deti, Aida Vitayala S Hubeis, Illah Sailah, Lukman M Baga
The financial Life Skill (FLS) Training Program is a development program for youth to be ready to work and skilled in managing finances. This program is considered very beneficial. However, there is no information for the stakeholders about how FLS Training can succeed and be sustained. This research used the in-depth interview method to the stakeholders and the survey method to obtain the most essentials roles this research used the systems thinking approach and the system dynamics approach to analyze problems to attain a conceptual framework. The interactions between variables are visualized by a causal loop. The result of this research shows that 16 variables are influential to the success and the sustainability of the FLS Training. The result is useful for various stakeholders in making decisions for the sake of success and sustainability of the FLS Training after the period of the project ends.