We care about the communities in which we operate
FINCA Zambia awarded Corporate Social Responsibility award for community empowerment efforts through financial literacy initiatives and community engagement across health, youth and vulnerable groups.
FINCA Zambia in collaboration with Children International and Bongohive held the “Changamuka” business pitch contest with groups of children from vulnerable communities.
It is said that, “a clean nation is a healthy nation and conducive for business”.
FINCA Zambia will on 5th October, 2016 celebrate Customer Experience Day by hosting a three-day extravaganza showcasing our product and service offering and living out our values and principles. Our clients are the mainstay of our organization and this celebration is a reflection of this.
The 2016 Financial literacy week was officially opened on 11th March, 2016 at the Youth Development Center (OYDC) by Bank of Zambia (BoZ) Governor Dr Denny Kalyalya.
On 8th March, FINCA Zambia joined the rest of the globe in celebrating International Women’s Day by taking part in the national event in the capital Lusaka. This was in addition to the fantastic efforts that the branches adopted to drive their pledges which included helping clean clinics, visiting women empowerment groups among other things.
As part of the commemoration of International Women’s Day under the theme Women’s Agenda-Making it Happen, FINCA Zambia teamed up with Hot FM on the 10th of March and took part in a dedicated outside radio broadcast campaign which was held at Chilenje Market.
Kitwe branch commemorated financial literacy week on a good note and in a unique style. Kitwe Branch hosted 50 pupils aged between 6 and 17 years from a local renowned Private School called Margaret Memorial School.
Chawama Cheshire home is a home for old and physically challenged people.
FINCA participates in this year’s Financial Literacy week. FINCA’s Financial Literacy Team held educative talks with the members of the public in various market places, malls and education centres within Lusaka City.
On this year’s International Women’s Day, FINCA staff in various branches across the country took time out of their offices and did some charity work to various public institutions in the country.