Women entrepreneurship plays a critical role in the economic development of societies. In its most basic manifestation, it enhances livelihoods at family level and grows national wealth on a broader perspective. Research has shown that women entrepreneurs have limited business performance especially in developing and middle-income economies. This has been largely attributed to factors such as limited or lack of access to credit, education, empowerment or training - a gap that Women Enterprise Fund (WEF) seeks to close.
Our partnership with WEF enhances our women account holders access WEF’s various products and services, research publications / knowledge base, tenders, success stories amongst other key things that greatly empowers the women economically, especially the small borrowers. Register today to explore these and more opportunities.