Home-grown leading financial institution,
FDH Bank Managing Director
According to Nkulichi, hundreds of business women will have a chance to access up to K3 million loans to support their activities.
– This is a program that is pivoted on four pillars namely, Our People, Our Environment, Our Economy, and Our Community – The FDH Cares program is inspired by the
“The partnership with MWAI is one of such partnerships that speak to Sustainable Development Goal Number 5 aimed at achieving Gender Equality and empowering all women and girls, consequently impacting the economy and community at large.
He further said that apart from being beneficial to the women, the country is also expected to benefit through increased number of women having access to banking services, and decreased number of unemployed women who will in-turn create jobs to complement the government’s effort.
In her remarks, Madam
“This is significant because it shows that we are growing. When I started the organisation, I was targeting market women. At first I was giving grants to those women at the bottom that needed to lift themselves.
“This partnership therefore recognizes that Malawian women are resilient and hardworking and have decided to lift themselves despite their education status. This now gives women an opportunity to access the loans without hurdles from FDH, the only bank that understood our concept,” she said.
The former president started the organization in 2010 through her
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