THEME: Meet the buyer: promoting gender equality and inclusivity in supply chain.
Gulf African Bank is a proud signatory to the UNWOMEN – Women Empowerment Principles (WEPs). The Women Empowerment Principles – Equality means Business is a partnership initiative of UN Women and UN Global Compact that encourages engagement with the private sector. Non-government organizations, the united Nations and Governments to advance and empower women in the workplace, marketplace and community.
As champions of principal 5 of WEPs – Implement enterprise development, supply chain and marketing practices that empower women – we have embarked on an exciting and innovative journey with UNWOMEN – to be the first private institution in Africa to incorporate affirmation action in our procurement process.
The objective of the program is to ensure that the women entrepreneurs are ‘procurement ready’ thus enabling them to tap into the vast business opportunities in the procurement eco-system.
Get chance to:
- Advance knowledge on how to be procurement ready
- Access to LPO financing – For 1st time tendering
- Get knowledge on tax certification
- Network with successful women entrepreneurs.
Gulf African Bank is regulated by the Central Bank of Kenya