Stanbic Bank Kenya’s Chief Executive, Charles Mudiwa, said that establishment of the foundation is expected to consolidate and accelerate the bank’s corporate social investment initiatives, while cementing its 107 years heritage in Kenya.
The bank’s corporate social investment strategy is anchored on three areas namely Education, Community Health and Well-being, and Entrepreneurship and Enterprise development. Already, there are ongoing initiatives in these areas.
Other Stanbic supported projects that are helping drive Kenya’s growth include the M-Kopa partnership that provides pay-as-you-go household solar systems and financial literacy programme Biz Connect, that has trained 240 customers on enterprenuerial skills in partnership with Strathmore Business School.
Source: The Exchange