FINCA Malawi on 20th August launched Takunyadirani Campaign; celebrating 25 years of providing a holistic range of products and services with benefits that facilitate financial inclusion in the country while appreciating customers for the 25 years of existence.
For a fifth year in a row, FINCA has pumped in K500,000 towards Mother’s Fun Run (MFR). Mother’s Fun Run is a project by Nation Publications Limited (NPL) that mobilises for medical supplies and equipment to improve maternal health in public health facilities.
In its effort to empowering the underprivileged and driving diversity inclusion to the communities, FINCA Malawi on 25th June, 2019 donated to Hope for the Blind to support its effort of sponsoring visually impaired students in various schools.
A team of ladies from FINCA Malawi made an initiative to encourage and inspire girl students at Kabuthu Community Day Secondary School on International Women’s Day under the theme BalanceForBetter.
Over the years FINCA has grown remarkably, with its humble beginnings in Chiradzulo District to opening up over 23 branches in Malawi. From being a purely lending Institution to a Deposit Taking Microfinance Institution, FINCA Malawi embraces the fact that with the endless support from the communities, it is s unable to sail through the storms and sunny days.
Every 14th February, people all over the world celebrates Valentine’s Day to show their love and appreciation towards their loved ones.
To be a comprehensive financial service provider that protects and accumulates the wealth of customers, including economically disadvantaged population, FINCA has committed to being creative and providing innovative financial solutions, at all times.
‘’Alleviating poverty through lasting solutions’’ is one of the catchy phrases in the FINCA mission. Living by the words FINCA Malawi made a donation of 4 brand new computers to Ngumbe Community Day Secondary School (CDSS) in Blantyre.
FINCA realizes that it has an obligation to participate and contribute towards the Fun Run. This is because the project embodies elements of its social mission aiming at raising the standards of living of Malawians.