FDH Bank pumps K5 million to educate girls

Post was last updated: March 3, 2017

FDH Bank on Tuesday presented a cheque worth K5 million to the Advancing Girl Child Education (Age) Africa towards improving education of girls in the country.

Age Africa is a non-governmental organisation working in some districts of the country to empower girls and equip them with relevant professional and technical skills.

FDH Head of Marketing, Sobuza Ngwenya, presented the cheque to the organisation at an event held at Providence Secondary School.

“When we looked at the programmes of Age Africa, we realised that the organisation has a unique way of empowering the girls, hence the support,” Ngwenya said.

He said with the funding, the organisation will provide scholarships and bursaries to vulnerable girls at different levels.

Age Africa Executive Director, Gertrude Kabwazi, commended the bank for the gesture, saying the funding will go a long way towards improving the education of girls.

“With the funding, we will be helping the girls in the country towards improving quality education. It is timely as it will be used to offer scholarships,

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