The Union Bank has partnered with MamaMoni Empowerment
The vocational training program has been established to enable the girls and women to build sustainable means of living.
It is anticipated that each year, over 400 underprivileged beneficiaries will receive training invocational skills such as hairdressing, make up, fashion designing, mobile farming and furniture making. Other courses to be offered at the hub include financial literacy, coding and personal branding. Speaking at the launch of the innovation centre, Ogochukwu Ekezie-Ekaidem, Head of Corporate Communications and Marketing at Union Bank, applauded the efforts of the MamaMoni team in improving the outcomes of women in underserved communities through micro loans and empowerment schemes. She said; “Union Bank is proud to have been a principal partner of the MamaMoni
We identified this initiative as one that will help amplify our efforts to support women and drive financial inclusion. It is our hope that this innovation centre will go a long way in improving the lives of women from low-income communities and their families as they strive for a better future.”
In 2016, Nkem Okocha, founder of the MamaMoniFoundation
Union Bank is committed to enabling the success of the average Nigerian and continues to champion the cause for the women empowerment. Earlier this year, the Bank launched its women’s proposition, tagged αl