MasterCard expands financial literacy project
MasterCard yesterday launched the third phase of its financial literacy programme in collaboration with BURO Bangladesh and Bangladesh Bank, to train an additional 25,000 women this year, taking the total to 135,000 since 2013.
The project is part of MasterCard’s global focus on harnessing entrepreneurship in women and children.
It offers training to ensure an efficient use of microfinance loans for women entrepreneurs nationwide, the company said in a statement yesterday.
MasterCard launched the first phase of the business literacy programme in 2013 to mark the opening of its first office in Bangladesh, and the second phase in 2015.
The programme has so far provided more than 100,000 entrepreneurs and 10-taka accountholders with financial literacy training and business skills, according to the statement…
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