At FINCA Uganda, we believe that creating a strong business and building a better world are essential ingredients for our long-term success. Therefore, in addition to providing financial services to our customers and in line with our social mission, FINCA Uganda contributes to improving the quality of life of the people in communities where we operate.
Through our Corporate Social Investment (CSI) programme, FINCA Uganda focuses mainly on promoting Health, Education and the Environment. Some of the projects we have undertaken in the recent past include: Donating medical equipment; participating in charity marathons; and staging medical camps providing services such as HIV AIDS testing and counseling, hypertension checkups, body mass index and blood donations are delivered free of charge.
“Building a better world through sustainable business operations”
In addition, on a more regular basis we participate in cleaning community markets, towns and other dwelling places in order to ensure a clean working and living environment. Our financial literacy programme is another initiative that has had a positive impact on over 5,000 beneficiaries countrywide.
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FINCA Uganda Ltd., one of the 20 Subsidiaries of FINCA Impact Finance- a global network that provides socially responsible financial services and enables low-income entrepreneurs and small business owners to invest in the future, announces the 2018 Scholarship Awards Program.
On February 1, 2017, FINCA Uganda kick-started a financial literacy program, in celebration of its 25-year anniversary. Free literacy camps will be held over four days at each of the FINCA Uganda branches throughout the country this year. The camps are aimed at educating existing FINCA clients and the interested local community with basic financial literacy principles.
Today, FINCA Uganda has launched a Corporate Social Responsibility campaign dubbed: “A healthy body for healthy business.”
FINCA Uganda has today showed special appreciation to the people of Jinja town in which it operates a branch along Lubas Road, by holding a medical camp in partnership with AAR health service provider. The Medical camp provides a number of health services free of charge.